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    Hello. Could anyone please tell me why my SYSTIN is so high and should I worry about it or not ? I searched through some threads and people said it's a random bug in readings sometime. I just turned on my pc so it shoudn't be anywhere near this afaik.
    http://i.imgur.com/NOpf8wV.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurgon View Post
    Hello. Could anyone please tell me why my SYSTIN is so high and should I worry about it or not ? I searched through some threads and people said it's a random bug in readings sometime. I just turned on my pc so it shoudn't be anywhere near this afaik.
    http://i.imgur.com/NOpf8wV.jpg
    wrong reading i guess, nothing to be worried about. 1st gen intel i series processor didn't have thermal monitoring so it the results from the onboard diodes can be misleading

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    Ok bro. Thank you.

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