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lol im sure TAT is wrong. it was saying temps were around 50, and the progy that came with my mobo says 37ish. which is about the same as in bios.
Bear in mind that TAT reads from the core, and the majority of other utilities read from a diode that resides further away...where exactly I do not know.

I use TAT as the final say to temp plateaus.
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Bear in mind that TAT reads from the core, and the majority of other utilities read from a diode that resides further away...where exactly I do not know.

I use TAT as the final say to temp plateaus.
oooh i see. then i guese it is a more accurate source. thanks for that
but that means the bios values are being read from further as well,. which is pretty stupid hehe
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post #13 of 32
yeah, the BIOS and alot of temp monitoring software use a sensor that is on the motherboard to get the temp.

the c2d have a temp sensor within the chip and TAT uses that sensor, this is the most accurate temp for c2d

are your temps 50C idle or load?
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yeah, the BIOS and alot of temp monitoring software use a sensor that is on the motherboard to get the temp.

the c2d have a temp sensor within the chip and TAT uses that sensor, this is the most accurate temp for c2d

are your temps 50C idle or load?
idle
whats c2d
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idle
whats c2d
Core 2 Duo, the chip you're using.
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50C idle is too high in TAT, are you overclocked? if so bring it back to stock, if not i'd suggest buying a decent cooler such as the Tuniq Tower or Big Typhoon

c2d = Core 2 Duo
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Core 2 Duo, the chip you're using.
lol oh

ya im oced a bit. damn i thought this cooler would be good enough
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I'm all stock and 40c and 44c overload, at 2.4ghz. I will go to 2.8ghz when I get my arctic cooler pro 7 tuesday.
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post #19 of 32
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I put my Vcore to 1.4V and Vdimm to 2.3V right off the bat to see my temperatures and just pushed my FSB up from there.

Make sure your equipment can handle the voltage before you pump it in.

My recorded results right here:

http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=140008

(35ºC Idle and 44ºC Load)

Currently stable at 3.5ghz =D
It shows 3.2 ghz.
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lol oh

ya im oced a bit. damn i thought this cooler would be good enough
There are instances of individuals hitting high clocks ( OC > 800Mhz ) 24/7 on stock. It is much easier at this time of year for those in the Northern Hemisphere, but watch out when Summer arrives....I for one will have to go to H2O or drop my clock.

for the most part one of the tower coolers (Tuniq, Scythe, Noctua) will be required for you to run a high OC, therefore more Vcore, ergo more heat. The towers have more surface area and can support 120mm fans.

I highly recommend any one of them. The debate about which is "best" has been mulled over a hundred times. The short of it is, if you get any one of them you will be able to take your OC further.
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