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DFI LANParty BI P43-T34 temp. NB>idle , NB<stres temperature decreases in stress

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Short and to the point. At default settings the idle temperature rises to about NB ~ 60C.
The NB temp stress decreases to about ~ 45C.

After oc NB idle temperature rises to about ~ 65C. The stress ~ 50C.
The temperatures extracted from the BIOS, and the sensor (same indication).
Bios not updated.
Someone can explain and help me?

DFI LANParty BI P43-T34
DualCore Intel Celeron E3300
2x GoodRAM GR1600D364L9/2G
Creative SB X-Fi XtremeMusic
ASUS EAH6850 DtirectCU (1024 MB)
Silver Power SP-SS500

screany bios/test
Default idle
http://img804.imageshack.us/img804/596/defaultidle.jpg
default stres
http://img440.imageshack.us/img440/1218/defaultstres.jpg
bios default
http://img638.imageshack.us/img638/3055/biosdefault2.jpg
http://img844.imageshack.us/img844/6889/biosdefault.jpg

oc idle
http://img194.imageshack.us/img194/7571/ocidle.jpg
oc stres
http://img705.imageshack.us/img705/3250/ocstres.jpg
bios oc
http://img805.imageshack.us/img805/7431/biosoc2.jpg
http://img28.imageshack.us/img28/9193/biosoc.jpg
post #2 of 4
It probably is just a misread. It doesn't make sense the temperature decreases under load. If you are worried about your NB temp (and I have done this on 90% of the boards I've ever owned)- you should remove the heatsink to the NB and even SB for that matter, clean off the old crappy thermal paste, and apply some of your own. You can just use some isopropyl alcohol and a cue tip or whatever to clean off the existing thermal paste. This should help out with temps a good bit, and on top of that you can always put some active cooling like a small fan over that area. You could also try another monitoring program, like AIDA64 but I've always noticed SmartGuardian reports the same temps as AIDA64.

Here on my DFI UT X58-T3eH8 I swapped out thermal paste and saw a decrease in temps. The normal stuff they use is on the SB, that generic white paste that doesn't transfer heat very well and mobo manufacturers usually don't apply it well anyway.

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Thanks for your reply.

But no-load radiator burns. The stress can be easily touched.
I think that the measurements are reliable. In addition, the measure Thermo Sensor Cable.
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And everything clear to me another forum member suggested trivial solution.
I changed the paste on the Zalman and the idle CPU temperature did not exceed 25C.
And in the BIOS is set up that the fan turns on only from the 25C (unfortunately can not be set below).
Simply supply the CPU fan cools it. So I did it from the windows and the temperature dropped from 63c NB to 40 A slingshot to 15C. Sometimes the simplest solution is best.
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