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LurkerLito 08-12-07 01:17 PM

Which temp?
I am running 2 apps abit guru and Core temp. On the Core temp program the 4 cores run at varying temps, from 47 - 52 (idle). The abit says the CPU temp is 39. So if I OC the cpu which one of them should I be watching? The abit one seems to indicate I have some head room but the core temp one seems to indicate I don't have much room to push the processor. When I run Prime95 I am concerned because the Core Temp readings hit 73 for core 0, but in the guru program I seem to max at around 57.

BrianG 08-12-07 03:46 PM

Re: Which temp?
Core temp.

And you might want to update your sig...

LurkerLito 08-12-07 06:12 PM

Re: Which temp?
Updated :).

Well I guess I won't be OCing for now. I don't like that 73 reading at all so I'd be worried about instability if I press the CPU harder.

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