Originally Posted by Madpistol
ntune temps. Should I measure using Coretemp/TAT?
I've been thinking about reapplying some AS5 to the chip to see if that could drop the temps some more. We'll see if this helps.
Your temps are fine. CoreTemp/TAT temps will always be around 15C higher than ntune CPU temps. I prefer CoreTemp becaue it also shows the max shutdown Tjunction temp, which is 85C for CD2. So as long as you keep your load temp below 70C in ntune, you should be fine.
TAT for some reason doesn't work for me. I always get this "Error enumerating On Demand Clock Modulation support " message when trying to start it. I heard it only supported Intel chipsets, and I'm using 680i, so maybe that is the reason why it's not working.