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post #31 of 57
right i just got a response off Intel

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Thank you for contacting Intel(R) Technical Support.

I would recommend you to verify with your motherboard manufacturer if the
motherboard does supports your Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Duo processor E6300

We recommend having the latest BIOS version for your motherboard.

Since you have a 3rd party motherboard, it will not properly support the
Intel(R) Thermal Analysis Tool.
You will need to contact your motherboard manufacturer to ask them for thermal
information software that works with your motherboard.
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post #32 of 57
pop the battery out and put it back in, it will reset bios to defaults, you will want to set your system time afterwards too.

Make sure you don't break the battery clip, i have seen this done many a times.
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Originally Posted by tUDJ
right i just got a response off Intel
Right from the horses mouth.
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post #34 of 57
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Well I just reseated the HSF yet again using less AS5. I checked the BIOS this time for the temp and it was at 24.5C...yet TAT says 42-43. I'm with tUDJ on this one.
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post #35 of 57
well if it is still under warrenty dual prime it and then shut down, turn on quickly go into bios and check temps.
Also do you have your mobo drivers updated
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post #36 of 57
Hi...

Bear in mind:

- There is a 95-200 hour cure time with AS5, temps will drop with correct application.

-TAT reads from the core, SpeedFan reads from near the IHS. Both can be accurate, they are simply read from different thermal points.

I would let your system run for a week or so, not 24/7. AS5 needs thermal cycles to cure properly.



P.S. It is advisable to get your temp readings while the system is churning away. If your cooling is adequate, then shutting it down will drop the temps almost immediately. For example, when I run P95 then stop the temp drops 8-10C within 3-4 seconds.
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post #37 of 57
Intel have told me that TAT is not properly supported by all 3rd party mobos, so it may be as simple as that. the reading is just wrong, also my BIOS reports temps as 30C idle and i agree that putting under load then restarting is not accurate as the temps do drop which means your guessing
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post #38 of 57
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Hi Syrillian, welcome back. I forgot about the whole cure time part with AS5, but I still think idling at 44 is too high...I guess I'll wait and see.


And yep, every piece of this rig has the latest drivers/bios/software, etc. I talked to ASUS tech support and he said 1.) Use PCProbe and 2.) Just keep the temps below 60C. He didn't sound overly sure of himself, nor smart. Worth the shot to see what that says though.
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post #39 of 57
But after running dual primes and shutting down your temps will be higher than idle, Figure might as well make sure the bios sensor is working
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post #40 of 57
It's unlikely AS5 will drop the temps 10 degrees though.

I would recommend you pull the motherboard and remove the mounting brackets for the 9500. Check the motherboard PCB in that area for stress marks or cracks. I'm not going to make fun of you, but shipping it across the country via UPS with that attached was not a good idea. Even with "fragile" written on the box it likely was jostled severely in transit.

BIOS is generally about 50% load give or take, so if the BIOS says 30 and idle in Windows shows 40, someone is wrong, that's for sure. I would use every program these is for reading temps and see what they all say. PC Probe, TAT, Speedfan, Everest, use them all.....if they all sync up or are darn close it would say something. It is odd that your idle temp did not change even when you went from 1.44 to 1.29....that's just unbelievable. Once you said you were at 1.44 on a 9500 your temps started to make sense...but if they aren't going down with more reasonable voltage levels......go into BIOS and set the voltage at 1.200......if temps still don't drop, there is defiantly something majorly wrong.
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