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post #501 of 2790
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Originally Posted by Amhro View Post

hey guys, i just got my new mobo today, and successfully unlocked my 960t to 1605t (does everything look okay?)
i wanted to do some stability tests, but i cant get any temperature monitor to work... any help?
core temp doesnt work, hwmonitor neither, temp is @ 30°C and never changes..
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You're using a Gigabyte board, so I'm assuming TMP1 is your CPU socket temp & TMP0 is the mainboard (system).

Your core temps are probably, at idle, socket temp minus 5 degress or so; on full load the margin is slightly higher, but general rule would be to subtract 5-7C, since the socket displays hotter than the actual core temp.
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i wish my mobo had the unlock feature.. i only have a ton of oc features.. sucks.. i can hit 4.0ghz stable on stock vcore, 4.2@ 1.375v but anything over that i have to push the vcore to high for my cooler.. after 1.425v my cooler is at its limit and i still need more to get stable at 4.3 so i backed off. running at 3.8 stock vcore. think i will post some of my old hardware and see if i can find a trade for a mobo..lol.
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3.8GHz @ 1.33v is this good?
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You're using a Gigabyte board, so I'm assuming TMP1 is your CPU socket temp & TMP0 is the mainboard (system).
Your core temps are probably, at idle, socket temp minus 5 degress or so; on full load the margin is slightly higher, but general rule would be to subtract 5-7C, since the socket displays hotter than the actual core temp.

yeah i have noticed that, but im consfused
i ran prime95 as quad, coretemp showed highest temp around 52°C
then i ran prime95 as hexa, TMPIN1 was at 73°C!!! lets say, its 10°C cooler, its still 63°C, is it really THAT big difference between quad and hexa?
i havent changed voltages at all
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Alright, I'd advise a few things right off the bat.
First, head into the bios and disable Quiet & Cool, C1E and Turbo Core.
That should bring your vcore back to the stock voltage of 1.275; it's running at 1.42V the default for the 3.4ghz turbo. That will drop your temps a bit, since they are WAY too high.
Next, do not overclock via the HTT yet, instead use the multiplier, because now your overclocking the ram and the nb, and some of the "defective" cores might be sensitive to overclocks and that might be why they are not registering.
Lastly, and this is more a preference than anything else, but you really don't need 6 cores, lol. Unless you are really going to use them, the increased heat and vcore needed to sustain higher speeds just isn't worth the risk not only to the motherboards vrms, but the processor. I only run 4 and can unlock the other 2 and run them up to 4.3ghz @ 1.575v, but it's just not worth it.

True it's up to preference biggrin.gif I was thinking when I do have adequate cooling (in about 0.5-1 hour from now) I'd dedicate 2 cores to all the background stuff (chat programs, downloads, browser, while the other 4 are for the heavy programs such as gaming while backing up, watching a video, etc, etc. Having multiple monitors means I usually have way more programs open.
Either way, it's up to the electronic gods to see if 6 cores and good cooling is stable enough for a 24/7 rig. I'll probably settle for x4 with 3.8-4Ghz along timings of 9-9-9-26

side note: x6 = e-peen and stuffing it in my friend's face because he was not limited by a budget XD he has an i7/ssd/high end gfx and never acknowledges that my rig is great or good for the price i payed }:C

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I should get heatsinks for that part right? Specifically for the smaller components, the big square ones or just drown them all in heatsinks?
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post #506 of 2790
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Amhro, the core temps will stop working when you unlock the cores. i believe that TEMPIN0 is your cpu temp. just make sure that temp does not go over 60C to be safe. another thing is make sure you have good air flow inside your case. your temps (gpu, hdd, etc) are a bit on the hi side.
you can check the bios for your cpu temp and compare. also, you can download speedfan at cnet site to compare the readings with hw monitor.
EDIT: do not overclock even as a quad unless you have heatsinks on your vrms or have a fan blowing over them.

i have one question to this..
i still have absolutely no idea what vrms are, those small chips? or what? and what heatsinks do you mean?

this is my mobo, would be nice if you show me what is it exactly tongue.gif
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i was thinking about getting CM hyper 212+ but if you say i wouldnt be able to OC it with those vrms, i will not buy it
thanks for explaination thumb.gif
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i have one question to this..
i still have absolutely no idea what vrms are, those small chips? or what? and what heatsinks do you mean?
this is my mobo, would be nice if you show me what is it exactly tongue.gif
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i was thinking about getting CM hyper 212+ but if you say i wouldnt be able to OC it with those vrms, i will not buy it
thanks for explaination thumb.gif

Amhro,

i think that comment was directed to Bad, not you. your board is good. for the cpu cooler, if you are planning on going higher than 4GHz, i would suggest a better one. mine works but is very hard to install. this . . .

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Your VRM's are under here and they are fine, no need for additional cooling.
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^ aha, didnt notice rolleyes.gif
oh well, that cooler is cool but... i cant buy from newegg (im not from the u.s), and shops in my country offer same coolers, but 2-3x more expensive, thats why i wanted 212+ only, it is like 40-50$ here, while on newegg its for 20$ after mail-in rebate mad.gif
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^ aha, didnt notice rolleyes.gif
oh well, that cooler is cool but... i cant buy from newegg (im not from the u.s), and shops in my country offer same coolers, but 2-3x more expensive, thats why i wanted 212+ only, it is like 40-50$ here, while on newegg its for 20$ after mail-in rebate mad.gif

it will work even unlocked at 4GHz. add another fan for push/pull setup. you can always downclock during warmer weather.thumb.gif
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