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Thank you for contacting Intel® technical support. I will be more than happy to help you.
I understand that you are having issues with the temperature detected by your Linux* distribution after updating the BIOS to the version 0060.
Please bear in mind that the Intel® NUC Kit NUC7i7BNH only supports Windows® 10 (64-bit), so it might not behave as expected with a different operating system.
Unless you need to use the BIOS version 0060, I would recommend you to downgrade the BIOS version to the one that was working properly in your system. You can check more information about downgrading the BIOS in the next link: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000006922/mini-pcs.html
However, if you need to keep using the BIOS version 0060, and since Linux* is out of our scope of support with this device, I recommend you to contact your Linux* distribution forums or mailing lists for further assistance and suggestions.
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Dear Intel People,
this is no linux problem, this is clearly a BIOS problem. I'm using Xubuntu 17.10 with BIOS 0061 and I have the same issue, temperature reads -263.2°C.
This still worked with BIOS 0054 so the issue must have been introduced with BIOS v 0060.
Please fix this asap.
Same here, temperature probe appeared just fine before the BIOS update on Linux, and now it's broken displaying -263°C, is it planned to fix it in a further BIOS revision? Thanks guys
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