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this has nothign to do with this thead but where did u get that cool windows background
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Originally Posted by roy956
this has nothign to do with this thead but where did u get that cool windows background
Windows Vista RC1 includes it.

So after redoing the application I'm hitting 41-43 idle and no more than 54 load with TAT. (Better than 55-75 lol) I actually ended putting more AS5 as it was previously suggested. Thanks for the input all... I guess the Intel Cooler is trickier to install than I expected.
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post #23 of 39
Quote:
Originally Posted by noxious89123
TAT = not accurate
Not plugging in fan = lol

problem = solved?

me thinks so.
TAT is the most acurate temp sensor there is for C2D. It reads a digital temp sensor built directly into the chip. With a Tcase max of 85c 65c load is perfectly fine
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Originally Posted by ThaWaxShop
TAT is the most acurate temp sensor there is for C2D. It reads a digital temp sensor built directly into the chip. With a Tcase max of 85c 65c load is perfectly fine
Hey TheWaxShop, did your G.Skill ram work right off the bat? I just RMA'ed my GBNR G.Skill because it wouldn't boot... we have the same motherboard, I might buy the GBHZ if it's fully supported by the S3.
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Yeah i was fine right off the bat. Booted up no problem. It was the same with my DQ6.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ThaWaxShop
TAT is the most acurate temp sensor there is for C2D. It reads a digital temp sensor built directly into the chip. With a Tcase max of 85c 65c load is perfectly fine
Thanks Wax as allways you did your research. Check your PM's when you get a sec...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ThaWaxShop
TAT is the most acurate temp sensor there is for C2D. It reads a digital temp sensor built directly into the chip. With a Tcase max of 85c 65c load is perfectly fine
Indeed. The problem is that most have been led astray by the prior method of analogue thermistor, and algorithmic calculation (Even the BIOS utilizes this method) to render thermal readouts. The readouts were not indicative of the actual core thermals, and as such were lower by a fair amount than the actual thermal temperatures.

This has given most people the view that 35 - 55C is a healthy readout. This was not the case, and only now are we finally finding a true center core digital readout of the actual thermals. No algorithm is necessary. No analogue thermistors are necessary. This digital readout will be installed in all future processors from Intel and normally AMD follows such developments so we will very likely see them enact the same thermal readout method.

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Indeed. The problem is that most have been led astray by the prior method of analogue thermistor, and algorithmic calculation (Even the BIOS utilizes this method) to render thermal readouts. The readouts were not indicative of the actual core thermals, and as such were lower by a fair amount than the actual thermal temperatures.

This has given most people the view that 35 - 55C is a healthy readout. This was not the case, and only now are we finally finding a true center core digital readout of the actual thermals. No algorithm is necessary. No analogue thermistors are necessary. This digital readout will be installed in all future processors from Intel and normally AMD follows such developments so we will very likely see them enact the same thermal readout method.

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As I understood it @ the time, if you had a D9XX, D8XX, P4, Celeron D, the temps in the BIOS were the ones lots of people used to base themselves if it was a safe OC or not.

Like my Celeron D, it posts temps of 50 @ Load, which means the core temp would be higher, but nobody ever thought that 50 was bad per se.

So as mentionned previously, as long as TAT < 85, you're good to go?
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post #29 of 39
Yes. Speedfan and everything is reading the sensor the BIOS reads. Which is mounted in the socket UNDER the chip where obviosly being that far away from the chip makes the temp cooler. the new way takes the ACTUAL die temp. So with the max being 85c your good to go
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So I should go for some mild OC'ing is what you're saying :-)
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