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Temperature Sensors

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Would RealTemp or Asus Probe2 (The software that came with my motherboard) be more accurate? This for a 45nm CPU (E7200)
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DarkEgo
 

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Would RealTemp or Asus Probe2 (The software that came with my motherboard) be more accurate? This for a 45nm CPU (E7200)
Thank you,
DarkEgo
I have just come from my blood iron at 63*c load with realtemp, 69*c with Smart guardian. Switched to a Foxconn for a moment and the same voltages and clocks, real temp reports 61*C and the FOX ONE app reports temps as high as 75*c. I have to say stick with realtemp!
 

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For the 45nm, realtemp is the best program. Most accurate of all of the temp monitors that I have used. Everest, realtemp, HW monitor, and speed fan are the ones that I have tested and realtemp is the best.