Originally Posted by Cabbs
I've noticed this too when I used to use Speedfan. Would throw out some really weird readings. I just use HWMonitor now though.
So far as I know, apart from tweaks, speedfan hasn't had a substantial overhaul for years, so for a lot of recent and upcoming hardware, it will give incorrect results. HWMonitor, Core Temp and Real temp however are updated fairly recently, I know HWMonitor does especially.
I would give it a run through with HWMonitor, post up the results from that, and see if they say differently. If that too is showing very high temperatures, get in touch with Cyberpower for them to sort it, if you go in and do it yourself you will end up losing support/warranty with them