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MSI PC alert 4 program shows systems temp to hot

The MSI PC alert 4 program shows that my systems temperature in my KA780G Mobo is at 256 .F (128.C) but the board doesn’t feel that hot ,and my CPU Tem is 36C ( 96.F)


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One of your sensors have gone haywire. either update your bios or switch the option off

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If nothing else, you can block airflow into or out of the system box to see if the fan speed increases after a few minutes.
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