Windows 10: Can't see motherboard temperature [broken sensor ?]

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  1.    05 Apr 2017 #21

    The only downside is that you can't see any info about temps/voltages on your motherboard in Windows.
    If it's not important to you then you could just ignore it.

    If it is a problem with Windows or the 3rd party software reading the hardware it could even be solvable at some point. If you can read temps in BIOS then the CPU is reporting.
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  2.    06 Apr 2017 #22

    TV2 said: View Post
    The only downside is that you can't see any info about temps/voltages on your motherboard in Windows.
    If it's not important to you then you could just ignore it.

    If it is a problem with Windows or the 3rd party software reading the hardware it could even be solvable at some point. If you can read temps in BIOS then the CPU is reporting.
    I'll try to fix the microphone issue by buying a new usb sound card. If that doesn't work, I'll RMA the motherboard to fix both issues.
    Thank you for all the help!
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