Question My Motherboard CPU Core temps seem extremely high.

robbyk1994

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Hello,

In quarantine I was bored and decided to clean my PC, so I completely disassembled it, put new thermal paste on it(which is about 2-3 years old, idk if that matters). Ever since then, my PC seems louder than usual. I didn't know if it's the CPU or what, so I downloaded OpenHardwareMonitor and it seems that my Motherboard Core temps are crazy high, is this normal? What can I do?

Here are the Core temps in Celsius:

+- CPU Core : 38 37 42 (/lpc/nct6793d/temperature/0)
| | +- Temperature #1 : 30 30 30.5 (/lpc/nct6793d/temperature/1)
| | +- Temperature #2 : 120 120 121 (/lpc/nct6793d/temperature/2)
| | +- Temperature #3 : 28 28 28 (/lpc/nct6793d/temperature/3)
| | +- Temperature #4 : 114 114 114 (/lpc/nct6793d/temperature/4)
| | +- Temperature #5 : 112 112 113 (/lpc/nct6793d/temperature/5)
| | +- Temperature #6 : 112 112 112 (/lpc/nct6793d/temperature/6)

Again, these are the mobo Core temps, not the CPU, the CPU core temps look fine.
 

robbyk1994

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Many times.....when you get ridiculous values like those...it's the software looking for sensors that aren't there and you get ridiculous values.
I thought so too, especially because of the ridiculous difference in temps, but my pc is still making a lot of noise. I'm guessing it's the CPU fan, which runs at around 1.3k RPM, and my CPU is around 45 degrees max, even though I set the fan to 50% speed until 50 degrees. Is it maybe this that makes it so loud? Do you think?
 

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