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Use Intel Thermal Analysis Tool (TAT). Other programs read a sensor in the motherboard, which shows much lower temps. TAT reads from the actual CPU core.
post #12 of 17
Intel recommend 60C for a non overclocked core so you want to stay comfortably under that when you're running a large overclock; see the thread in my sig for more about this.

That aside, I'd say those are great temperatures and nice oc.

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Originally Posted by Namrac

Use Intel Thermal Analysis Tool (TAT). Other programs read a sensor in the motherboard, which shows much lower temps. TAT reads from the actual CPU core.
Absolutely, TAT is the program to work with here...
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post #13 of 17
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Originally Posted by pujo
hello, just wondering if my cpu temp is ok. i'm at 3.5ghz at the moment with 1.56 vcore. my ambient is 26C, my temps are:

idle = 40-42C
load = 48-50C

i hope these temps are ok.
60.1°C is the max operating temperature of the E6600, as measured by Intel at
the CPU's IHS. TAT readings may differ from IHS readings by several degrees C.

50°C full load @ 3.5GHz with 1.56v is a nice temp imo; good work!

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Good temp's pujo!!! Very nice OC.....Looks like you have a little more wiggle room left......
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ok, i think as5 maybe settling in, i got new temps now. i got 37C idle and 46C load using TAT. thanks to all for the quick response. i'm really loving this new water cooler.

thanks to ira-k for helping me choose it, you my new hero...love ya dude
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Originally Posted by pujo
ok, i think as5 maybe settling in, i got new temps now. i got 37C idle and 46C load using TAT. thanks to all for the quick response. i'm really loving this new water cooler.

thanks to ira-k for helping me choose it, you my new hero...love ya dude
Your Welcome pujo, glad I could help you some...
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post #17 of 17
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sin100

Plus also intel recon the chip only goes to 1.35V max, when clearly it doesn't!
You can fire all the voltage you want through the CPU, just depends on how long you want to keep it for. While 50c is a good temp for an overclocked 6600, 1.56v is not. That CPU is being severly damaged and will likely start to show signs of degredation in about 18 months or so, especially if it is run 24/7, likely sooner in that case.

To have any hope of having a working CPU next year, your load temps should be in the 30s at least to run 1.56v.

Heat and voltage play a part in destroying CPUs, you can not pay strict attention to one and ignore the other.


Quote:
Originally Posted by Mazeppa
Intel recommend 60C for a non overclocked core so you want to stay comfortably under that when you're running a large overclock; see the thread in my sig for more about this.
I have the same thread linked in my sig as well
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