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  1. Not sure why the pasted shot of the Asus utility didn't show in my reply. I'll try again.
  2. This has been a problem (& reported to Piriform) since at least Feb 2012. I was disappointed that this hasn't been fixed in the current release which is reporting the motherboard temp as the AMD processor's temp. The speccy reported processor temp is about 15 degrees lower than the Asus utility shows. The MB temp doesn't appear to be captured by speccy & maybe this is a good thing to avoid worries about imminent combustion! On another PC with an intel i3 processor and a Gigabyte MB the reported temps look ok. This is buggy software but it's free so what's the point in complaining but beware if you have an Asus MB or an AMD CPU or, gosh gasp, both! Speccy:- AMD Phenom II X6 1040T 18 °C Thuban 45nm Technology Motherboard ASUSTeK Computer INC. M4A88T-M (AM3) 33 °C Asus Utility:-
  3. Version 1.16 shows Acer netbook RAM as DDR2 while older version speccy 1.08 shows correctly (DDR3 installed). CPU temp on asus desktop with AMD 6 core shows wrong core temps at around 15'C. Azus utility reports them at 37'C which is more believable. Current version also takes forever to analyse the hardware in netbook. Is it just me or do the older versions work better? Don't rely on speccy too much especially if you are ordering new RAM !
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