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Old 03-28-2013, 07:08 PM   #1
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lm_sensors coretemp-isa-0000 physical id & core temperatures difference


Hi
I have core i5 3470 cpu with non-stock cooler.
This is fragment of my sensors output
Code:
coretemp-isa-0000
Adapter: ISA adapter
Physical id 0:  +35.0C  (high = +85.0C, crit = +105.0C)
Core 0:         +27.0C  (high = +85.0C, crit = +105.0C)
Core 1:         +29.0C  (high = +85.0C, crit = +105.0C)
Core 2:         +31.0C  (high = +85.0C, crit = +105.0C)
Core 3:         +31.0C  (high = +85.0C, crit = +105.0C)
What is physical id 0 and why it is always few degres higher than average core0-3 temperature?
What should I use as cpu temperature monitor - physical id 0 or average core temp?

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