Core temp is been caught by ESET, tried again windows smart screen acted over. Speed fan shows this way. I don't understand.
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Don't worry about Eset flagging it!It's a false positive!
Those are more accurate results!
I wouldn't worry about that temp!
56C is ok!
You can setup speedfan with a profile to keep your cpu cooler when there is high load!
PS:install "core temp" and compare,just to be sure!
I have it installed and it's clean!
Try "HW Monitor" in the above link^^
PS:I have just downloaded a new version of Core Temp and now my anti virus software has flagged it as containing a virus or trojan!
Core Temp does not contain a trojan. Core Temp contains 2 driver binaries (32bit and 64bit) as part of the executable, Core Temp extracts the drivers and starts them at run time, as discussed above. This may bring up a red flag in some antivirus scanners triggering them to believe that Core Temp contains a virus or trojan code.
Usually AV companies patch this kind of thing up very quickly and the warning goes away after an update.