Question Nuvoton NCT6796D shows 95,0° C on Asus B360M-A ?

Sep 19, 2021
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im worried about this, guys, :/ checking "OpenHardwareMonitor", what should i do? why and what is that? thanks in advance.
View: https://imgur.com/fJnVwkM

Common Language Runtime: 4.0.30319.42000
Operating System: Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.19042.0
Process Type: 64-Bit
Sensors
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+- ASUS PRIME B360M-A (/mainboard)
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| +- Nuvoton NCT6796D (/lpc/nct6796d)
| | +- CPU VCore : 0.36 0.328 0.584 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/0)
| | +- Voltage #2 : 1 1 1 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/1)
| | +- AVCC : 3.424 3.424 3.424 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/2)
| | +- 3VCC : 3.424 3.424 3.424 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/3)
| | +- Voltage #5 : 1.016 1.008 1.016 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/4)
| | +- Voltage #6 : 1 1 1.008 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/5)
| | +- Voltage #7 : 1 1 1.008 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/6)
| | +- 3VSB : 3.424 3.424 3.424 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/7)
| | +- VBAT : 3.152 3.152 3.152 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/8)
| | +- VTT : 1.04 1.04 1.04 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/9)
| | +- Voltage #11 : 1 1 1.008 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/10)
| | +- Voltage #12 : 1 1 1.008 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/11)
| | +- Voltage #13 : 1.016 1.008 1.016 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/12)
| | +- Voltage #14 : 1 1 1 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/13)
| | +- Voltage #15 : 0.28 0.28 0.28 (/lpc/nct6796d/voltage/14)
| | +- CPU Core : 28 28 34 (/lpc/nct6796d/temperature/0)
| | +- Temperature #1 : 26 26 26.5 (/lpc/nct6796d/temperature/1)
| | +- Temperature #2 : 26 26 26 (/lpc/nct6796d/temperature/2)
| | +- Temperature #3 : 26 26 26 (/lpc/nct6796d/temperature/3)
| | +- Temperature #4 : 26 26 26 (/lpc/nct6796d/temperature/4)
| | +- Temperature #5 : 26 26 26 (/lpc/nct6796d/temperature/5)
| | +- Temperature #6 : 95 95 95 (/lpc/nct6796d/temperature/6)
 
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Colif

Win 10 Master
Moderator
Asus motherboards always have sensors that are incorrect on them.

Given rest of temps it can't be right, can it. I had one on a previous baord that always showed +125c when rest of PC was around your temps, i think another one always showed negative temps as well.

Just ignore it, hide it in the program as its wrong. HWINFO lets you hide sensors so I assume that can too.
 

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