Originally Posted by HenrikMeister
I just downloaded coretemp and I must say it is different. Right now I am running prime on Coretemp it says 46 and pc probe 55 degrees. I recommend using PC PROBE II, because it reads the temps from the bios. And I compared PC Probe with ROG connect and it seemed right. And not only does it read cpu temp but it reads nb sb mb etc temps.
You have to turn your core unlocker off from the bios to read the temps in coretemp...
That is because that is your "core temp" not your actual cpu temp. Thubans like to crash around 55-60c on cpu temp, which is around 47-52 core temp. You have to add 8-10 degrees to get correct temps on Thubans if reading the core temp. I would not use core temp for Thubans, use speedfan or HW Monitor.
I think your memory is unstable. Try to OC with Multi only. Put FSB back to 200 and Multi up to 20x. Set cpu vcore to about 1.425 and leave all cpu-nb and HT link settings at 2000mhz stock settings. Start there and see if it is stable.Edited by Chuckclc - 5/2/11 at 6:56am