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What is TZ00 and TZ01 refer to in Hardware Monitor Temperatures

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CPUID Hardware Monitor Screen

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-Temperatures
---TZ00
---TZ01

what is tz00 and tz01, is this the memory temp, i am running 2G of mem each stick 1G
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Hello KJPBusiness,

This refers to Thermal Zones typically on motherboard.
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-012552.htm

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sunnycoder
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many thanks...gave alot of info waa looking for...upgrading processor so i wanted to take temp reading before....and temp readings after new processor is installed....
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