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Thread: EasyTune6 - SpeedFan - Real Temp 3.5 all show different temps ?




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    Default EasyTune6 - SpeedFan - Real Temp 3.5 all show different temps ?

    Just wondering whats the story why all these apps read different temps
    I have been testing with Prime and was using the Easytune HW moniter tab
    (Speedfan reads the same as Easytune6)
    but according to Real Temp the readings are almost 10c off :O

    So is Real temp the one to trust or is the easytune/Speedfan closer to real?
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    Default Re: EasyTune6 - SpeedFan - Real Temp 3.5 all show different temps ?

    EasyTune read the CPU legacy diode sensor, RealTemp read the CPU DTS(Digital Thermal Sensors) that are located on the cores and cache. those naturaly have different temperatures than the diode.
    SpeedFan read both, though for my CPU I need to set cores temp offset as SpeedFan 4.36 use TJmax of 105c instead 100c.

    None of them is "real" if real is Tcase that is listed by Intel as thermal spec.
    Last edited by Chike; 12-08-2009 at 08:04 AM.

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    Default Re: EasyTune6 - SpeedFan - Real Temp 3.5 all show different temps ?

    RealTemp MUST also be calibrated, see here for how to do that >>
    Real Temp - Documentation

    But as said above the temps will always differ as Easytune reads "CPU Temp" and RealTemp and CoreTemp read "Core Temps", these are two different temperatures

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