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Old January 5, 2011, 11:47 AM
Rasparthe Rasparthe is offline
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No, once you unlocked the core the temperature function no longer works. There isn't any Temp program that will read it after that, as far as I know. Speedfan and HWmonitor will tell you the socket temperature which is always different than the actual core temps you see in CoreTemp. One thing you can do is return the chip to its 'locked state' note the difference between the socket temperature and the CoreTemp (which should read correctly once its been returned to normal state). It won't be entirely accurate of course but roughly it should help.
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