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yup
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So GPUs really dont run that much hotter than CPUs? Just that the analog CPU temps were inaccurite?
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So I had my PC run overnight @ 75% load and have been running 100% load since earlier today... well, this screenshot says it all:



46 degree load temps with the stock cooler. Now I'm confident that when I get my new ram, I should be able to manage 2.4GHz w/o CPU temps being the problem.

Thanks to everybody's input REP+
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post #34 of 39
So,

Your all happy now with the system?
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Took long enough but I think so :-) I'll have to see it's OC ability when I get some new RAM. Thanks again all.
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post #36 of 39
Quote:
Originally Posted by Radeon915
the intel thermal analysis tool reports temps IN the core, and speedfan ON the core. temps in the core can be up to +- 85C I believe. In speedfan to +- 55C, so no problems there
Is this correct?

intel says that their c2d proc's max temp is 60.1 (conroe that is).. do they mean according to TAT (ie, in the core) or do they mean according to Speedfan (ie, on the core)?

This is a big difference methinks..
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post #37 of 39
TAT is measured in TCASE max temp which if im not mistaken is 85c let me google and check.

-edit- I have read through the technical specifications for the cpu and am unable to confirm the t-case max at 85c. Until additional documentation is made available to me I can only recommend keeping the CPU operating below 65c as reported by TAT. It may very well be 85c but I am unable to locate ANY printed publication backing this up.

Reference material: http://www.intel.com/design/processo...nex/313685.htm
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post #38 of 39
i had a few issues with a 478 celly as well but all was fixed when i upped my Vcore a little to give it a little more umph. Even if you dont upgrade your Hs/fan ide still try it to see if this would help you like it helped me
post #39 of 39
-bump-

I have read through the technical specifications for the cpu and am unable to confirm the t-case max at 85c. Until additional documentation is made available to me I can only recommend keeping the CPU operating below 65c as reported by TAT. It may very well be 85c but I am unable to locate ANY printed publication backing this up.

Reference material: http://www.intel.com/design/processo...nex/313685.htm
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