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And easy way to test it would be to just touch near the base of heat sink...careful, because it might be really hot. Those temps would be very luke warm to the touch. If it is too hot to touch than you know your temps are much higher than what is reported.
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Originally Posted by CorNut View Post

I checked my 8150 and this is what cpu gave me
P-StateFID 0x1A - VID 0x0B - IDD 18 (21.00x - 1.412 V)
P-StateFID 0x17 - VID 0x0F - IDD 18 (19.50x - 1.362 V)
P-StateFID 0x14 - VID 0x1A - IDD 12 (18.00x - 1.225 V)
P-StateFID 0x11 - VID 0x1F - IDD 10 (16.50x - 1.162 V)
P-StateFID 0xB - VID 0x27 - IDD 7 (13.50x - 1.063 V)
P-StateFID 0x5 - VID 0x32 - IDD 5 (10.50x - 0.925 V)
P-StateFID 0x10C - VID 0x3A - IDD 3 (7.00x - 0.825 V)
not too sure what I'm looking for, is that good or bad? I haven't tried oc'ing or anything yet because I've been having trouble which which temps to trust too. I have a xigmatek dark knight on it now since it's all I had, I assumed it must be better than oem air cooler. I installed it with tuniq tx-4
this is what HWMonitor says when under prime95 load, does that look right? seems low doesn't it?

Well I can only say that you should read what PolRoger posted on same page where your post is (many useful links and informations).
He posted link where you can see test of almost every single 8150 VID chip.
And for your it's said: "The 1.2375V VID chip is a newcomer.
Runs hot as hell but does 4.2G Prime95 LargeFFT stable with the stock voltage."

You should use that asrock monitoring utility or download very last version of any program like AIDA64 (version 2.0), because older versions have trouble with reading temps.
And as far I can see in your test, 61C in full load prime with that cooling its what ppl will get with that VID chip. And I still didn't get far what is max safe temp for processor and what is max safe temp for core temp (what I got so far, core temp should be under 62C and cpu temp under 80 C or so)
Edited by Vecera - 11/20/11 at 3:33am
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