Even Everest programmers have acknowledged that there is a conflict in the established TjMax values. The newest version of Everest allows you to adjust TjMax. This gives the ability to manipulate the math that gives you Core 1 and Core 2 readings. The overall CPU reading is still tapped into your MB sensor, so if you are like me and using a board that was originally designed for 65nm chips and has been BIOS upgraded to work with 45nm then this will do nothing for erroneous CPU readings on the main sensor readout. I figured I would post this here considering how much I have had to dig through the internets to find this info. Hope it helps someone out. Relative link: http://www.lavalys.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=3102&pid=17341&mode=threaded&start=#entry17341 Lavalys' forum is a bit weird. You have to use the links at the bottom to navigate through postings in the same thread.