[SOLVED] 2-pin temperature sensor to measure two points instead of one?

indigo.root

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hey, guys.

I guess, it's pretty usual to have at least one temperature sensor pins on your motherboard. But what if I want to measure two points? Is there some sensor model that could tell a mobo a middle temperature between two points? Or, maybe, the hottest temperature out of two places? I'm trying to find, but no luck for now. Maybe you know.
 
hey, guys.

I guess, it's pretty usual to have at least one temperature sensor pins on your motherboard. But what if I want to measure two points? Is there some sensor model that could tell a mobo a middle temperature between two points? Or, maybe, the hottest temperature out of two places? I'm trying to find, but no luck for now. Maybe you know.
Beside futility of it, it's not possible to make two sensors from one because those are thermistors (kind of a transistor and two of them in parallel would give wrong readings.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermistor
 
hey, guys.

I guess, it's pretty usual to have at least one temperature sensor pins on your motherboard. But what if I want to measure two points? Is there some sensor model that could tell a mobo a middle temperature between two points? Or, maybe, the hottest temperature out of two places? I'm trying to find, but no luck for now. Maybe you know.
Beside futility of it, it's not possible to make two sensors from one because those are thermistors (kind of a transistor and two of them in parallel would give wrong readings.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermistor
 

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