I've got a couple of 500GB 970 EVO PLUS SSDs in my brand spankin' new desktop. While just about everything reports on but one temperature, it is HWiNFO that reports two: Drive Temperature and Drive Temperature 2. In scouring the intuhnetz I found the industry standard is for two sensors, the controller and the storage modules. But there doesn't seem to be any consensus of which is which in HWiNFO, even from the HWiNFO folks. I clipped from an HWiNFO screenshot of some one whacking the heck out of an SSD using ATTO. The columns are current, min and max. Minimum would be the idle values. I speculate it's "Drive Temperature 2" that's the controller, demonstrating throttling to keep the storage temperature at bay. I won't subject my drives to that pressure, but in a quick and dirty SEQ1M Q8T1 in Crystal Disk Mark, it's #2 that ramps up immediately. Anyone agree? Or... Ultimately, I would like to use HWiNFO's "Customize values..." to rename the appropriate sensors "Storage" and "Controller." Cheers.