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GA-m770t 42 000 rpm@123C

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I was checking when my stock cooler goes from 3200rpm(max acording to bios) to 6k rpm and instead i got this after a few hours...

At first glance i almost had a heart attack )
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post #2 of 9
Not really sure what you're asking here, but I would call that a false reading. For both the temps and the fan.
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Yea faulty sensors. If your fan was going 42,000RPM it would disintegrate lol

Since you don't know what your temps are I wouldn't overclock any until you get a new CPU cooler.
     
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Bottom line, my stock cooler for my Athlon II is going from 3200rpm to 6k with C1E CnC FanThrottle and all that disabled. I wanted to find the reason and i used Prime to stress it. After a about half an hour at 66C stable it went from 3200 rpm to 6k rpm slowly. I left it like that for a couple of hours and this is what i got when i came back
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The problem here is that, at those RPMs, the tips of your fan blades would be exceeding some 400mph. Something there just tells me that those readings are inaccurate. That fan is either a Delta, or the next best thing, a jet engine.
 
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post #6 of 9
And what fan do you have?
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The problem here is that, at those RPMs, the tips of your fan blades would be exceeding some 400mph. Something there just tells me that those readings are inaccurate. That fan is either a Delta, or the next best thing, a jet engine.
Haha, i know the readings are false but the cooler WAS doing 6000rpm for sure, with my headphones turned up i could still hear it.
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post #8 of 9
My TMPIN2 reads 128C Min and Max. I think it's a faulty reading.

That fan reading is a little silly too. I don't think you should be too worried though.
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post #9 of 9
Apparently the stock heatsink fan can do ~7k rpm.
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