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I checked my CPU temp by using speccy and it says the CPU temp is around 88 degrees celcius to 101 degrees celcius wen idle, is there a reason why its so high, is speccy accurate But on CPUID HWMonitor it says CPU temp is 37 to 44 degrees celcius idle. all other pc parts are at normal temps. Fan is working properly

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9 minutes ago, kirbydude47 said:

I checked my CPU temp by using speccy and it says the CPU temp is around 88 degrees celcius to 101 degrees celcius wen idle, is there a reason why its so high, is speccy accurate But on CPUID HWMonitor it says CPU temp is 37 to 44 degrees celcius idle. all other pc parts are at normal temps. Fan is working properly

Speccy is probably reporting in Fahrenheit and not Celsius. 88F is ~31C, 101F is ~38C. Take a screenshot and post it here if you can.

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1 hour ago, TheSLSAMG said:

Speccy is probably reporting in Fahrenheit and not Celsius. 88F is ~31C, 101F is ~38C. Take a screenshot and post it here if you can.

Its in centigrade, here is speccy and CPUID HWMonitor

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Trust Hardware monitor. In my experience, it matches up directly with Ryzen Master for temp monitoring. If you want to know for sure... go download Ryzen Master and check that. 

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1 hour ago, Skiiwee29 said:

Trust Hardware monitor. In my experience, it matches up directly with Ryzen Master for temp monitoring. If you want to know for sure... go download Ryzen Master and check that. 

Ryzen master says 44 degrees Celsius 

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you could also check with hwinfo64(or ryzen master) but most likely speccy is reading a variable used in an equation or some such...


I had an old FM2+ dual core that would say 125C.....

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54 minutes ago, kirbydude47 said:

Ryzen master says 44 degrees Celsius 

then your chip is fine and Speccy is borked. 

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