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  1. I would say it's almost 100% certain that it's the Speccy reading that's wrong! 122°C on a motherboard would be very much a cause for concern if it were correct!
  2. Another one to add to this thread. As you can see from the attached image, Speccy is showing very different CPU temperatures to Core Temp. It's a dual CPU Supermicro X7DAL-E motherboard, with X5460 quad core Xeons fitted. On several cores, Speccy is showing much higher temperatures than Core Temp on CPU#0, and much lower temperatures on CPU#1!
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