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Silly me. I didn't realize that all those programs out there don't actually monitor CPU frequency; they just display the base stock GHz. And "default" settings on the Asus P8P67 seem to go for around 4.3GHz with auto voltage bringing core volts too high; hence some excess heat.

In the BIOS, I've been setting the multiplier at 38 with the stock heatsink. I'm seeing 78-82 under full load at around 1.264 core volts, which I don't think is horrible as the Tj. Max is 98. New cooler should bring that down some for a little more OC'ing and I'll be happy.
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Same Thing Happens, Me having 75c CPU temp on Load..
it runs on stock cooler on stock speed
    
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hey guys,
i seem to have a similar problem, although it wasn't like that from the beginning. i've bought an i5-2300 cpu with the stock cooler on an asus p8h67 evo board 1 month ago, everything worked fine but my temps were a bit higher than normal: it was idling at around 37°C and got up to 55°. last week i decided to get a nvidia gtx-460 because i wasn't happy with the integrated graphics, only to find out that my psu wasn't big enough. so i got myself a be quiet 680W and then i could watch my cpu temp go up to 95°C in the bios while the mobo temp stayed at 27°C. then i removed the cooler and replaced the thermal compound with arctic silver 5. nothing changed... I also tried booting without the graphics card and now the cpu temp stays between 55 and 75 degrees in the asus ai suite which is still way too high for idle temps.

Edit: also tried it out again with the old psu, same thing happens, something has to be seriously broken, how do i find out what it is? i can only think of mobo and cpu, cooler seems to run fine and i guess thermal compound can't make that much of a difference...

Edit2: ok i seem to have fixed the issue with the temp rapidly rising above 95°. my stock cooler seems to fall out of its position when my tower stands upright, so now it's lying on the floor idling at around 50°C but that's still far too high for my taste or am i wrong? i'm going to run a benchmark and check temps under load but i'd be surprised if i got any good results...

Edit3: it got up to 70°C during benchmarks
Edited by aktifit - 5/6/11 at 10:12am
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