Originally Posted by pantherx12
In the PC health section of your bios, can you turn on a CPU temperature alarm?
I think that your temperatures might be higher then you think. ( since I can't think of other options)
Set the alarm to go of at 60 degrees and let us know what your what your temperatures say within the OS when the alarm goes off ( if it does)
*edit* didn't read properly, seems you've fixed it? :S
CPU temp read is correct, cores temp are incorrect. Alarm was set to go of at 60 degrees. Nothing happened.
Yes i've fixed it.
If bus speed is higher as 290 mhz then are cores clock stable and work without frequency and voltage dropping. Problem is because of my old AM3 chipset, i think so.