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Old 01-01-2005, 10:32 PM   #1
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Unhappy question on temperatures

ok I just installed a nexus multi functional panel for my cpu.
I installed the temperature sensors as per the instruction. Now my tempearture is 10 c diff. like the panel will read 39 c but when i go to bios is will show 49c. Should I believe the mother board or the panel?

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Old 01-02-2005, 01:04 AM   #2
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The panel is probably giving the readout form the ambient temp from inside you case.

The 49C on your motherboard is most likely the accurate one for your CPU.
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Can be the case temp. The panel came with 3 sensors one for the cpu and for the hdd and one for the case. The case reads 27 c. SHould i just install the cpu sensor on top of the cpu?
My nexus book says to put it close to it but not on top
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Well thats the problem with those sensors. they wont be as acurate as your motherboard though.
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