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Debian Hardware :: Can't Seem To Pull Any Info On The Temp Sensors For New MSI H61M-P21(B3) Mobo?

LM-Sensors can't seem to pull any info on the temp sensors for my new MSI H61M-P21(B3) mobo. Is MSI just not Linux friendly? Or could it possibly be that there really are no temp sensors on this board? I must be missing something simple here

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