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Old 07-05-09, 06:30 PM   #1
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Default One core 5 degrees higher than the rest?

Take a look at theis photo. Core 3 is about 5 degrees coller than the rest. Is this normal?





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Yep seems normal to me. My core 0 always shows about 5C higher than the others. I read somewhere the temp sensors are not always accurate and can get stuck.
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Ok cool. i was a little worried. Thanks everyone. pakotlar its on it way lol.
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