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http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/79...l#post10271967

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/26...-help#t1889629

http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=...7&postcount=10

http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/sh...5&postcount=14

Do NOT go by the core temps on a Thuban. It's a well known fact that the core temps are 8c-15c below actual. Go by the socket temp on a Thuban. Above are examples from just the first page of a Google search for "low Thuban core temps." They aren't accurate like they are on a Deneb.

Also, I have the same board you're using. Be careful of voltage spikes using LLC. Yours may not be as extreme, but I decided to disable it and adjust my voltage for a vdroop rather than a vraise.
Edited by returned4good - 10/27/11 at 10:40am
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Sorry returned4good, as ALUCARDVPR's guide shows, Alex Cromwell, the Senior Technology Director at AMD, says we should be looking at core temps NOT socket temp...
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"AMD designed this equation to accurately read peak (45C+) and load temps. It has an equational offset to determine said temps which equalizes at 45C. Since it's designed for peak temps and is a non-physical temperature it cannot read idle temps or account for ambient temps correctly."
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Both AMD Overdrive and CoreTemp reads the core temps, not socket temp. And AMD recommends these to monitor temps.

Why would AMD's own software be looking at the core temps if it should be looking at the socket temp?
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Quote:
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Both AMD Overdrive and CoreTemp reads the core temps, not socket temp. And AMD recommends these to monitor temps.

Why would AMD's own software be looking at the core temps if it should be looking at the socket temp?
I've never found AOD to be accurate. Do you seriously believe I'm pumping a 3v VCORE?

It's even reported that my core frequencies were 8000 MHz before.

Edited by returned4good - 10/27/11 at 11:24am
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I also only go by the core temp as AMD recommends. My CPU temp is always high like 60ish. But my core temps are always about 2-3 above my ambient temp.
    
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AMD recommends Core Temp to monitor temps, so thats what I use...and it reads the core temps not socket temp.
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It's your choice. Either way, good luck with it.
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