I don't know if this is the right place to ask, but I need to know.
For about two days now, my computer's coolers start howling at the least provocation (like starting eclipse, etc), though it never did before - even during my gaming hours. I opened the HWMonitor at bootup this morning and collected this data after some time.
As you can see, the board list shows a very high max temperature for the CPU - however, the core temperature a bit lower is not close at it. Also, the current value for CPU never was that high when I looked at the monitor. Usually it's at 45°C or something.
I don't know much about hardware, so should I be worried here? Or is the temperature sensor broken?
What can I do to prevent my PC's coolers go off like crazy at normal work time? It always sounds like the hardware is about to melt and I don't dare starting a game, even.
(I usually only play WoW at mediocre graphics settings and it never was a problem before)