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I go by core temps only. Monitored by either HWMonitor, or Core Temp. I glance at the "CPU" temp to make sure it isn't anything crazy like 100c, but it never goes over about 64ish while my core temps never go over 49ish while in prime.

Watch core temps. Make sure they don't go over 62c. Try and keep it below 60. Then you will be golden.

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I am well below 62c in my core temps. Have pleanty of room to go farther in my oc just cant seem to get her stable at anything over 4 ghz I idle at 20c on my cores under load 40 is the max i usualy see thats prime 95 run
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Finally amd wrote me back!!!! here is what they said word for word

Dear Jonathan,

Your service request : SR #{ticketno:[8200435116]} has been reviewed and updated.

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Thank you for contacting AMD. The core temperature is the correct temperatures. For your processor the safe temperature is 62 C. There are so many applications for processor temperature monitor and may not be accurate. We recommend Core Temp software to monitor the temperature of your cores. Its a free utility online. If your core's are running at 61.6 or 62 C, then they are running hot and you may have a defective processor.

In order to update this service request, please respond, leaving the service request reference intact.

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Hmmm, This explains alot, I wonder why everyone says go by the CPU Tempature instead than the Core temps? Even though that AMD said themselves that the Core Tempature are correct.
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Finally amd wrote me back!!!! here is what they said word for word

Dear Jonathan,

Your service request : SR #{ticketno:[8200435116]} has been reviewed and updated.

Response and Service Request History:

Thank you for contacting AMD. The core temperature is the correct temperatures. For your processor the safe temperature is 62 C. There are so many applications for processor temperature monitor and may not be accurate. We recommend Core Temp software to monitor the temperature of your cores. Its a free utility online. If your core's are running at 61.6 or 62 C, then they are running hot and you may have a defective processor.

In order to update this service request, please respond, leaving the service request reference intact.

Best regards,

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Jon, I told ya

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Hmmm, This explains alot, I wonder why everyone says go by the CPU Tempature instead than the Core temps? Even though that AMD said themselves that the Core Tempature are correct.
Who knows, but it was incorrect. This information wasn't spread until recently, so people were just making assumptions based off what they could see. It makes perfect sense btw, because every motherboard is different - how could it accurately read temps?

It might also just be a confusion of what "CPU Temp" is and what "Core Temp" is. I've seen more than a few people refer to core temp like it was cpu temp, lol.

Btw I use Core Temp the program also

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I read this before today, someone else's post or was it you in a diff. thread ? It was always believed that the Thuban sensors were only accurate after 45c, but this confirms it as a fact.

Strange enough my cpu socket temp is in line with my core temps, mostly due to having a big case and the backside of the mobo has some space that air might be circulating.

For people having high cpu socket temps, if the motherboard tray has a CPU hole, you can put a 95mm fan there to help temps. CPU may be ok but the socket components might have a temp limit.
That was me. Your friendly correct person
Edited by ALUCARDVPR - 8/18/11 at 10:37am
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