Originally Posted by btarunr
AIDA64 has a much longer update interval than RealTemp. Both apps update at different points in time. CPU temperature readings can rise and drop (±10°C) instantly, even in idle voltages.
Sorry I did not see this while writing my last post, your 2 out of 4 now.
I simply find it agravating to first be chastized instead of suggesting I try a few named programs to compare differances in temps. Followed by a flamer who only wants to throw more gas on the fire. If he is so worried about the developer wasting his time then he should go help the guy out. These people just don't know how to speak with others, that is the problem.
That was not what I came here for. Presently I am wasting my time and effort so I will go post about this on several other forums where I will get a responsive and helpful crowd.
Let's hope this is not a Real Temp bug. Even if temps can vary by 10 degrees in a flash I would not expect to see a consistent deviation in temps reported over multiple observations over multiple days of watching this. Every time I look at the temps that large fluctuation becomes less and less of a probability while an error in reporting becomes more and more evident.