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Which temps would that be? All that are monitored by HW monitor - nothing ever gets above 45C except for my gpu
thanks

not sure either but it might be the mainboard temp as shown . . .

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I just got a new rig with 960T but I cant seem to get the temps to show in any programs. it shows 0C for all cores.
    
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I just got a new rig with 960T but I cant seem to get the temps to show in any programs. it shows 0C for all cores.

did you successfully unlock it?
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yea, it's been folding 24/7 for the last day with 6 cores at stock 3.0ghz.
    
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yea, it's been folding 24/7 for the last day with 6 cores at stock 3.0ghz.

that is why. all amd chips that unlock will do that. just go by the cpu temp. 62 is max safe temp for our chips like the thuban i believe for the cpu rdg.

if you want, you can go back to default (quad) just to check the difference in temp between the cpu and cores and use that as a reference. mine rightnow is at default and the cpu is rdg 29 while the cores are reading 16. what i do based on what i read in the past is add 10 to the cores which makes it about 26. about 3 deg lower than the cpu.

in short, when unlocked, say, your loaded cpu rdg is 55, then your cores are around 50. sorry it seems iffy but that's how i understand it.
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oh noes, it shows 66C, and I believe it's actually 61C? is it too high? and the stock voltage is somehow set to 1.475v...
    
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oh noes, it shows 66C, and I believe it's actually 61C? is it too high? and the stock voltage is somehow set to 1.475v...

try lowering it to 1.42v or until it won't boot. a little over won't hurt i think. so, long as it is not 72 or something. folding seem to work the system more than prime.

wait i think i was able to run as a hex at 1.16v stock. try that and fold.

yup, right here . . .

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Anyone else having issues when overclocking via the bus speed? I'm hitting some kind of wall whenever the bus X multiplier hit 3.8Ghz. Even when I use reasonable RAM timings with locked frequency it get a hardware failure in P95 custom test for 4Gbs of RAM.

So far it's been:
205*18 = 3,690
210*17.5 = 3,675
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220x17 = 3,740 (passed 8.5 hours of custom test)
225x16.5 = 3,712

CL of the ram stayed at 8-8-8-24-27 with a frequency of 1066Mhz.

edit: extrapolating data and data stuff, etc, etc, etc 240x15 @1.375V seems pretty good. 1 hour into p95 custom.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2265478
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I'm used to seeing my motherboard below 90F on a normal basis and seeing it higher than that kinda freaks me out especially when you look over during a match of BF3 and see it approaching 120F. Really though I don't want my motherboard to start degrading because of the strain. Correct me if I'm wrong but if these conditions continue wouldn't it shorten it's lifespan?

Two questions immediately come to mind.

1) Where is that sensor located?

2) Based off it's location, what other factors might be impacting it?

Shorten it's lifespan is subjective -- highly -- first you'd have to define lifespan.

I still have an old Soyo dragon KT800 chipset mobo running a 2.3ghz @ 2.9ghz and has been doing so for 6 years. smile.gif
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Anyone else having issues when overclocking via the bus speed? I'm hitting some kind of wall whenever the bus X multiplier hit 3.8Ghz. Even when I use reasonable RAM timings with locked frequency it get a hardware failure in P95 custom test for 4Gbs of RAM.
So far it's been:
205*18 = 3,690
210*17.5 = 3,675
..
220x17 = 3,740 (passed 8.5 hours of custom test)
225x16.5 = 3,712
CL of the ram stayed at 8-8-8-24-27 with a frequency of 1066Mhz.
edit: extrapolating data and data stuff, etc, etc, etc 240x15 @1.375V seems pretty good. 1 hour into p95 custom.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2265478

Some systems just don't like high HTT settings -- 250 seems to be the highest most will go before problems set in, or extra voltage increases are needed (NB core/SB).

Also, just for stability sake, you should increase the memory timings to 8-8-8-24-32. The 5th should never be lower than 8+24; while it CAN run at that speed, it's most stable like that.
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