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Old 04-23-07, 03:53 AM   #13
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Default Re: is e4300 at 67@ 2 hot?

I just use the utility that came with the ABIT board uGuru.

Besides 1.66v an't that high.


Problem being is once PWM hits 91C it will freeze or reboot. Can't find a way to bring the temps down. It changes massively
@ 1.55v CPU they are 68C @ 1.66v they are 83C
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Old 04-23-07, 05:12 AM   #14
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Intel CPU's do have a feature that shuts them off if they get to hot do they not? I thought AMD and Intel both did. I left my HSF off my old A64 3000+ 754 I had and it just shut off before it died.. I know the old athlon XP's would just burn if you did that but as far as Intel and now even AMD go I am sure they have a shut off point before it kills the CPU does it not?
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Old 04-23-07, 09:07 AM   #15
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Yeah they do i have left mine on but disable clock throttle. Athlon XP's had the feature but was based on the board i.e software. Well the Palomano or whatever core onwards or it was the Barton onwards.
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Old 04-23-07, 11:35 AM   #16
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Default Re: is e4300 at 67@ 2 hot?

Use a different utility to verify those temps, Dazz. I'm just having a hard time believing you're only at 57C load with 1.66V on air. That is an unheard of amount of voltage for somebody on air to be able to push and keep temps reasonable. I have a bud w/ a Tuniq Tower and about 6 tornados in his case pushing 80+cfm, and at 1.66V he'd be over 75C on his CPU running FFTs.

Try this to monitor temps and report back, if you wouldn't mind. This is what all the pros use. It measures each core individually and has proven to be very accurate:
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Old 04-23-07, 12:30 PM   #17
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Tried that core temp and they are on par with eacj other core temp but the ABIT utility is slower to react to the temp change. I have noticed when under normal operation that the ABIT Utility reads temps from Core 0 and Core 1 tends to me the one mostly used e.g playing games.
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Default Re: is e4300 at 67@ 2 hot?

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Use a different utility to verify those temps, Dazz. I'm just having a hard time believing you're only at 57C load with 1.66V on air. That is an unheard of amount of voltage for somebody on air to be able to push and keep temps reasonable. I have a bud w/ a Tuniq Tower and about 6 tornados in his case pushing 80+cfm, and at 1.66V he'd be over 75C on his CPU running FFTs.

Try this to monitor temps and report back, if you wouldn't mind. This is what all the pros use. It measures each core individually and has proven to be very accurate:
What the hell is T junction? Mine is 85C.... This program reads the temps much lower than my motherboard program... wonder which is right....
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What the hell is T junction? Mine is 85C.... This program reads the temps much lower than my motherboard program... wonder which is right....
Pay no mind to the T-Junction. It doesn't read it correctly.. reads 85C on all procs. I forget what it is exactly, but it's underneath the heat spreader.

CoreTemp reads the heat spreader at its center and is normally very accurate.
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Old 04-23-07, 07:57 PM   #20
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Default Re: is e4300 at 67@ 2 hot?

I throught it's the max temp the die can handle before shut down. In my BIOS it beeps at 75C and 85C for shutdown.

Wow pretty cool the temp logger, while playing supreme commander

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In Orthos my CPU at 1.425 Volts runs at 58C while CoreTemp reads it at 48C... I hope CoreTemp is the right reading so I can push my chip harder
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Orthos is quite old so go with Coretemp.
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Orthos is quite old so go with Coretemp.
no no .. what I mean is my motherboard temp monitor reads the high amount while CoreTemp reads it as almost 10C lower. Id like to know which is right or which I should trust...
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Core temp i would say.
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