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cpu temp in bios is different than on windows

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hi my temps in bios shows that its on 27-28c idle but on windows its showing 6-8c idle according to core temp should i add an offset of 20 so it should match my actual temp? will that work

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2 minutes ago, mihawkeye40 said:

hi my temps in bios shows that its on 27-28c idle but on windows its showing 6-8c idle according to core temp should i add an offset of 20 so it should match my actual temp? will that work

Try HWINFO, see if it is the same as the board's readings.

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One, BIOS temps are not reliable for truly gauging idle temps. It's helpful to see if there is a serious problem with your cooling solution but without the OS being loaded, its not really helpful for judging real world temps.

 

Two, yeah.. HWInfo.

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