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I just finished my build and I'm currently running a zalman 9700 waiting on my V-6 stinger to be made..I have not even installed OS yet but my BIOS temp for my e6600 running idle is 29c. is this about right? Just want to make sure that I have spread my paste in the right abount. I lucked out as both the IHS and teh 9700 where very flat and mirror finish on the zalman. so is 29c about what a week 30b C2D e6600 on air using a zalman 9700 should run at on idle?

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I just finished my build and I'm currently running a zalman 9700 waiting on my V-6 stinger to be made..I have not even installed OS yet but my BIOS temp for my e6600 running idle is 29c. is this about right? Just want to make sure that I have spread my paste in the right abount. I lucked out as both the IHS and teh 9700 where very flat and mirror finish on the zalman. so is 29c about what a week 30b C2D e6600 on air using a zalman 9700 should run at on idle?

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yeah that sounds about right, but as soon as you overclock temps will go up.
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Yes that is a Nice temp. When in the BIOS the temp you are shown represents 80c Load. However remember when in Windows to use the TAT monitor as its the most accurate.
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Yeah the tat temps scare you
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Also dont be alarmed if the TAT tems seem higher..Thats simply becasue TAT stress's the CPU a little more from what i know.
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Also dont be alarmed if the TAT tems seem higher..Thats simply becasue TAT stress's the CPU a little more from what i know.
Loading the CPU with TAT's built-in stresser puts a freakish, far-from-real-world strain on the CPU cores. I think TAT is higher because it does measure the temp at the core using a new kind of sensor. Maybe someone could clarify this stuff for us that would be nice.
    
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Loading the CPU with TAT's built-in stresser puts a freakish, far-from-real-world strain on the CPU cores. I think TAT is higher because it does measure the temp at the core using a new kind of sensor. Maybe someone could clarify this stuff for us that would be nice.
yes Intel's TAT measures the core of the cpu just like coretemp (a smaller program) http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=103638

It measures directly on the core so sometimes the temps can be much higher than say speedfan or everest.

and yes TAT's stressing utility really strains the processor and heats it up very quickly. I heard somewhere that this is because it is putting voltage through all of the transistors but I am not sure of this. TAT's stress utility usually gives me temps 5C more than say orthos.

Hope this helps you.
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yes Intel's TAT measures the core of the cpu just like coretemp (a smaller program) http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=103638

It measures directly on the core so sometimes the temps can be much higher than say speedfan or everest.

and yes TAT's stressing utility really strains the processor and heats it up very quickly. I heard somewhere that this is because it is putting voltage through all of the transistors but I am not sure of this. TAT's stress utility usually gives me temps 5C more than say orthos.

Hope this helps you.
the stress utility gives me more than 15c
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Yea I learned alot from this thread too!
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