Hi all, I've been having lots of terouble trying to find accurate CPU temperatures for my Q6600 g0 Latest beta of speedfan reports all sorts of strange numbers from -50C up to about 100C Coretemp refuses to run on Vista 64 I also have Asus PC Probe II software, which I have heard is unreliable. However, that shows idle temps as about 50C, rising up past 80C under load. It simply says "CPU temp" and not specifically if that is core temperatures or not. Either way, my question is - my computer is totally prime stable at 3.0Ghz, but Asus PC probe shows the temps going over 90C. Is this possible? If the temp was actually 90C, surely the machine would be crashing or failing the test? I have run Prime (multicore version) on small FFTs, maximum heat generation, for >8hrs with NO problems. Should I just ignore the temps and go by stability instead?