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Unable to monitor cpu temp in bios. says 65 degrees c all the time

I have an asus p5kse/epu main board. An intel quad core 9300 cpu @ 2.5 ghz.
my problem is that if I go into bios hardware monitor I have the same cpu temp all the time. 65 degrees c. I have reset cmos and updated my bios as instructed by asus. I know my system isnt running too hot but just think I need to be able to monitor temp. I have tried different programs that monitor core temps like real temp. They can read all temps correctly except core 0. Which never changes from 59. I hope you have an idea as to what the problem is. thank you for your time.

Paul

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  • kingsface Apr 29, 2009

    I have a similar problem on e5200 and asus p5kpl-vm. Using real temp or core temp, one of my core temp registers 56 degrees constant whereas the other core varies every other second or so at 43. Don't know whats the issue ?

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I think 59 is not to hot. perhapas is the correct temperature

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