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I am thinking its a driver...

I have hit 70c while its idle... in win 8
All cores running at 4.2 at 1.4+volts (happens when turbo mode kicks in; I am not overclocking; everything should be set to defaults)
This does bounce up and down, just higher more often then it is lower like it was in win 7.

In win 7 AMD OD would tell me cpu is at 36c idle. Volts and freq were real low.

My thoughts..
Drivers
Win 8
AMD OD does not play well with Win 8 and giving wrong temps
My bios is set to alarm at 60c, and it's doesn't always buzz and when does is only for a quick second. In bios idle speeds are mid 30sC

Uninstall AMD OD. its like asus suite and its crap lol. Giving false readings out alot.

Load up default values and start again

Hope it helps
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can I join this club with the 6300, What proof do you need?
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Read the OPs post and it will tell you what you need and how to get it smile.gif
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As mentioned in the 990fxa thread, I installed Open Hardware Monitor...

Key note I am questioning is OK, are the CPU VCore Volts and why I think its getting so HOT. It hits, 1.536v, gets to 70c, it learns it doesn't need to use all the volts, and drops and then tops out at 1.472v and stays around 55c to 61c, but stays 100% load.

Also, I think AMD OD, is trying to control the CPU when its open. Running this test with it closed and OHM telling me whats going on, proved to be a much more stable experience in regards to temps going up and down, and BIOS temp alarm telling me its hot. With OD open, it would happen once every few min. With it closed, happened once at the spike in the first pic, and never again.


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Originally Posted by EyeCU247 View Post

As mentioned in the 990fxa thread, I installed Open Hardware Monitor...

Key note I am questioning is OK, are the CPU VCore Volts and why I think its getting so HOT. It hits, 1.536v, gets to 70c, it learns it doesn't need to use all the volts, and drops and then tops out at 1.472v and stays around 55c to 61c, but stays 100% load.

Also, I think AMD OD, is trying to control the CPU when its open. Running this test with it closed and OHM telling me whats going on, proved to be a much more stable experience in regards to temps going up and down, and BIOS temp alarm telling me its hot. With OD open, it would happen once every few min. With it closed, happened once at the spike in the first pic, and never again.


your voltage is too high for 4.2ghz if that is correct. What other voltages are you running ex. CPU/NB and NB and so on.
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I run my chip at 1.493v on CPU voltage in BIOS with LLC set to ultra high for 4.8ghz and it goes up too 1.51v under load but stays under 57c and for 4.9ghz I set the CPU voltage too 1.53v which goes up too 1.56v and that's around the same temp as yours 72c and my chip is not considered a very good one
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Originally Posted by EyeCU247 View Post

As mentioned in the 990fxa thread, I installed Open Hardware Monitor...

Key note I am questioning is OK, are the CPU VCore Volts and why I think its getting so HOT. It hits, 1.536v, gets to 70c, it learns it doesn't need to use all the volts, and drops and then tops out at 1.472v and stays around 55c to 61c, but stays 100% load.

Also, I think AMD OD, is trying to control the CPU when its open. Running this test with it closed and OHM telling me whats going on, proved to be a much more stable experience in regards to temps going up and down, and BIOS temp alarm telling me its hot. With OD open, it would happen once every few min. With it closed, happened once at the spike in the first pic, and never again.



Temperature u renamed as Northbridge is as i think CPU Socket temp, not Northbiridge !!
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Temperature u renamed as Northbridge is as i think CPU Socket temp, not Northbiridge !!

I renamed all 3 temps according to what I was told in this post...

http://www.overclock.net/t/1023100/official-gigabyte-ga-990fxa-series-owners-thread-club/4270#post_19195293
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your voltage is too high for 4.2ghz if that is correct. What other voltages are you running ex. CPU/NB and NB and so on.

I will have to rerun the test to take another screen shot and that will not happen until this afternoon. To get this up quick, let me know if this is good enough to answer your questions.

+- Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD5 (/mainboard)
| |
| +- ITE IT8720F (/lpc/
_________________________Current______Min_______Max
| | +- CPU VCore :_______1.536_______0.864_______1.536. (/lpc/it8720f/voltage/0)
| | +- DRAM :___________1.472________1.472______1.488. (/lpc/it8720f/voltage/1)
| | +- +3.3V :___________3.168________3.152______3.248. (/lpc/it8720f/voltage/2)
| | +- +5V :_____________4.9728______4.94592____5.05344. (/lpc/it8720f/voltage/3)
| | +- Voltage #5 :______2.992_______2.976_______3.024. (/lpc/it8720f/voltage/4)
| | +- Voltage #6 :_____ 1.472________0.016_______1.488. (/lpc/it8720f/voltage/5)
| | +- Voltage #7 :______4.08_________4.08_________4.08. (/lpc/it8720f/voltage/6)
| | +- Voltage #8 :______2.144_______2.144________2.144. (/lpc/it8720f/voltage/7)
| | +- VBat :____________3.088_______3.088________3.088. (/lpc/it8720f/voltage/8)
Edited by EyeCU247 - 2/2/13 at 6:21am
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I dont think thats true.
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