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post #12111 of 67351
Hey guys just joined after reading through this whole thread for the last few weeks. Some really good helpful stuff here.
Only got one question so far, most people have their cpu socket temp going higher than the package temp under load, but mine seems to be the other way round.


Or is this because the socket temp is actually my 'Temperature 3' which would then make more sense.

Oh and by the way, my board is a rev 1.1 and reads 12v rail right, so who knows why others have problems.
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Originally Posted by Bkpizza View Post

Hey guys just joined after reading through this whole thread for the last few weeks. Some really good helpful stuff here.
Only got one question so far, most people have their cpu socket temp going higher than the package temp under load, but mine seems to be the other way round.


Or is this because the socket temp is actually my 'Temperature 3' which would then make more sense.

Oh and by the way, my board is a rev 1.1 and reads 12v rail right, so who knows why others have problems.

your cpu0 is core temp cpu is socket temp 3 is either vrm or NB

EDIT: after looking at your case im assuming that you have a fan on the back panel that points directly to your backside of the cpu socket.. which that would make sense as to why you are experiencing that shift.. a lot of don't have fans like that so the socket temp is higher..

if its not like that then that is an interesting scenario

AND WELCOME! ; )
Edited by F3ERS 2 ASH3S - 4/15/13 at 6:02pm
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post #12113 of 67351
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your cpu0 is core temp cpu is socket temp 3 is either vrm or NB

EDIT: after looking at your case im assuming that you have a fan on the back panel that points directly to your backside of the cpu socket.. which that would make sense as to why you are experiencing that shift.. a lot of don't have fans like that so the socket temp is higher..

if its not like that then that is an interesting scenario

AND WELCOME! ; )

Thanks, you've confirmed all that I had been thinking, I have a CM 692 which does have a fan hole back there (with no fan), but when I blocked it, there was no difference in temps.
Anyway there's probably more important things to care about.
post #12114 of 67351
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Thanks, you've confirmed all that I had been thinking, I have a CM 692 which does have a fan hole back there (with no fan), but when I blocked it, there was no difference in temps.
Anyway there's probably more important things to care about.

at what OC do you have it at? and how long did you have it covered for? in addition if you have really good static pressur in the case it will help a lot for the socket temp i normally use hwmonitor as it is easier to read not as accurate on the voltages though.. i would cross refference the temps to make 100% sure
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post #12115 of 67351
Just curious shouldn't my cpu power in hwmonitor read higher than 45w?
Edited by Taintedsoul - 4/15/13 at 8:15pm
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question for those of you with the xspc raystorm block, how tight are you turning the pressure screws, the lower ones?

I got terrible temps with the mall locked down took bolts out and loosened the pressure screws all the way loose and just screwed in the outer screw till tight, block acrylic is almost flat now and better temps, is there a sweet spot?
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at what OC do you have it at? and how long did you have it covered for? in addition if you have really good static pressur in the case it will help a lot for the socket temp i normally use hwmonitor as it is easier to read not as accurate on the voltages though.. i would cross refference the temps to make 100% sure

Covered it for about 10 minutes, and I have gone for static pressure, so guess that must be it, just seemed to be too much of a difference. HWmonitor says all the same things and I'm at 4600mhz, 1.48V.

Paladine, feel bad for you 3.0 guys. Hope they pull their finger out of there butt and fix it.
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post #12120 of 67351
Sounds like a good plan, Sabertooth does look pretty damn good, I had a 955 in my current board before I upgraded and it ran fine, although maybe rev 3 has issues with Phenom IIs as well? It would be nice if we could mod bios ourselves.
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