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Is this temperature sensor working fine?

I bought a ASUS zephyrus laptop (i7-9750h) , but I thought the temperature sensor of CPU in my laptop was defective so I sent it back.

But they said it was fine and charged restocking fee.

I used Intel XTU. The temperature sensor wasn't stable.​ Here's my video below.

https://vimeo.com/338751091

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The xtu is for X and K processors. You do not have an X or K processor.

 

If asus says it is fine, then that is the answer.

 

Doc

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
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Beginner
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Actually, the answer is came from newegg.​

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Again, XTU is for X and K processors.

 

Doc

 

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Super User Retired Employee
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Regardless, the sensor is fine. Welcome to the world where, because Intel used TIM instead​ of solder, temperatures are more volatile. Combine this with Windows 10, which has so many maintenance tasks running in the background, and temperatures are a *lot* more volatile.

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