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theres a huge difference between easy tune and asus suite2. the asus sucks for temps. that is a fact. get your facts straight before you come to a forum misinforming its members.
also, his temp sensor HAS to be bugged to be reading 126*C on the motherboard sensor.
what kind of case do you have ? can you pull the side cover off and try aiming a fan in different places inside the case trying to find where the motherboard sensor is actually located ? it usually just measures case temps...
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Add for TS : Overclocked Sandybrigde starting at 4.5GHz - 5GHz need VTT/CPU IO around 1.10 - 1.20 Volt, and beyond 5GHz usually sometimes need CPU IO up to 1.20 - 1.25 Volt.
Higher CPU clock + CPU Vcore needs VTT/CPU IO to be adjusted/raised.
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Add for TS : Overclocked Sandybrigde starting at 4.5GHz - 5GHz need VTT/CPU IO around 1.10 - 1.20 Volt, and beyond 5GHz usually sometimes need CPU IO up to 1.20 - 1.25 Volt.
Higher CPU clock + CPU Vcore needs VTT/CPU IO to be adjusted/raised.
Great info to have in mind, thanks smile.gif
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theres a huge difference between easy tune and asus suite2. the asus sucks for temps. that is a fact. get your facts straight before you come to a forum misinforming its members.
also, his temp sensor HAS to be bugged to be reading 126*C on the motherboard sensor.
what kind of case do you have ? can you pull the side cover off and try aiming a fan in different places inside the case trying to find where the motherboard sensor is actually located ? it usually just measures case temps...
The case is a Corsair Obsidian 650D
post #44 of 71
pc-ill you are the one with asus suite software problems so speek for yourself and leave the ones who dont out of your comments or opinions that goes for anyone with these lies in mind because anyone with half a brain and alot of patients has tested thses for temps side by side and found no difference so blow off.
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pc-ill you are the one with asus suite software problems so speek for yourself and leave the ones who dont out of your comments or opinions that goes for anyone with these lies in mind because anyone with half a brain and alot of patients has tested thses for temps side by side and found no difference so blow off.
Calm down choliebrown smile.gif
We are here for sharing experience.
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post #46 of 71
yep. stop your ranting and learn to use puncuation so your sentences make sense.
on top of that, you keep your opinion out of comments.
and keep going with your 'insults', all of your posts such as that one will be reported. you are a very angry and hateful child.
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Here's another screenshot:



-60°C clearly has to be wrong..... Also, HWMonitor is showing 21°C smile.gif Weird that it shows max 101°C, this happens sometimes. Sometimes it's lower, like ~60°C, or above, like ~120°C. Think this is only for a few seconds though.
Edited by andersgamer15 - 2/2/13 at 2:46pm
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@Andersgamer15, sorry my post #42 is for higher CPU clock with overclocked RAM biggrin.gif If you don't overclock your RAM then only need afew notch added for CPU IO, like my 2600K 5GHz with Vcore 1.46 Volt needs CPU IO 1.07 Volt with my RAM at stock speed. Like this :


But when I overclock my RAM to 2133MHz then at 4.8GHz 1.38 Volt needs CPU IO up to 1.150 Volt.
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@Andersgamer15, sorry my post #42 is for higher CPU clock with overclocked RAM biggrin.gif If you don't overclock your RAM then only need afew notch added for CPU IO, like my 2600K 5GHz with Vcore 1.46 Volt needs CPU IO 1.07 Volt with my RAM at stock speed. Like this :


But when I overclock my RAM to 2133MHz then at 4.8GHz 1.38 Volt needs CPU IO up to 1.150 Volt.

I am currently at 4.5GHz with:
Multiplier: 44x
Bus speed: 103 MHz
LLC: auto
offset: auto
vccio: 1.1v

Do you mean that I only need vccio at 1.07v? smile.gif Is there any negative sides using bus speed at 103 MHz instad of 100? This was default when I used Asus optimal mode on my mobo, which was at 4.4GHz, then I just added 1 on multiplier to get it to 4.5GHz smile.gif
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I am currently at 4.5GHz with:
Multiplier: 44x
Bus speed: 103 MHz
LLC: auto
offset: auto
vccio: 1.1v

Do you mean that I only need vccio at 1.07v? smile.gif Is there any negative sides using bus speed at 103 MHz instad of 100? This was default when I used Asus optimal mode on my mobo, which was at 4.4GHz, then I just added 1 on multiplier to get it to 4.5GHz smile.gif
Since you have 4x4G RAM configuration I suggest use Vccio 1.1v biggrin.gif my test is with 2x4G RAM configuration so I can use lower VTT/CPU IO/Vccio.
Try to set Vccio at Auto first and see the value.
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