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I'm using a program called Speed Fan, and I'm getting a reading from a sensor that the program calls Remote 2 every time I try and do anything even semi graphics or CPU heavy, (like 30% cpu) this sensor jumps almost immediately up to 160F. The cpu fan also spins up to 100% immediately. There are no temperature readings in my BIOS for me to compare to, so I can't figure out what is causing this over-heating problem. I downloaded another temp monitor and it calls the temp sensor System. Could this be my northbridge?

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