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CPU Temperature reported is constantly 60C above real.

Manufacturer    ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.
Model    ROG STRIX X370-F GAMING (AM4)
Version    Rev X.0x
Chipset Vendor    AMD
Chipset Model    Ryzen SOC
Chipset Revision    00

The CPU is AMD Ryzen 7 2700X

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this seems to be a problem on the ryzen 5, i have the same problem too, i got so scared when i saw my cpu at 105*C but i opened up another program up and it was at 30*C it scared the living hell out of me.

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Just built this pc. Speccy reports my cpu is 90 degrees c. My Ryzen master says its 30 degrees c. Specs are as follows. 

ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.
Model    PRIME X470-PRO (AM4)
Version    Rev X.0x
Chipset Vendor    AMD
Chipset Model    Ryzen SOC
Chipset Revision    00

Cpu is a Ryzen 5 2600

From what I read it seems like specy is consistantly about 60 degrees to high when reporting the cpu temp across many users. 

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Shows 118 for mobo. Was fine before 1.32 of Speccy

Manufacturer ASUS

Latest BIOS 2702 is on it

Model: H97M-E

Version ? Dont know. But it's got the latest BIOS on it 2404

Chipset Vendor. Intel H97

Chipset Model. No idea

Chipset revision No idea

 

 

 

 

 

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I'm running windows 10 home, Speccy reads the processor as running at around 90'C.  I believe that this reading is wrong because the system has been on for a while with no issues no signs of heating problems, and every other hardware monitor i could find says that cpu temps are normal including MSIs hardware monitor for this specific mobo

Manufacturer - MSI

Model - X470 GAMING PRO CARBON (MS-7B78) (AM4)

Version - 1.0

Chipset Vendor - AMD

Chipset Model - Ryzen SOC

Chipset Revision - 00

Ryzen 7 2700x this seems to be a common issue among ryzen processors

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