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post #11 of 23
Im not denying that, but you flamed me for something i was correct about. I said it would either say Temp1 or CPU (which it infact does) and you said to watch the CORE, NOT THE OTHERS. So you just flawed your own arguement. Anways im not here to argue, just trying to help were i can and learn like others.

So lets just say he needs to check the CPU temp and indeed the CORE temp on speedfan. That way he will never go wrong. IF either the CPU or CORE go above 55C invest in some new cooling or start underclocking a bit

BTW why is your core so high? evryone i have looked at, its quite a few degs lower than the cpu itself.
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post #12 of 23
It's high because im folding on each core, and it's at 1.45V.
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I know my speedfan readings are 34-36 idle core temp and -16(thats negative) cpu temp, so I look at core temp cause cpu is way wrong on my MB.
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post #14 of 23
looks like a dodgy sensor. Your bios read the same thing?

As far as i know the BIOS and speedfan work off the same sensor. Dont hold me to that though, but im almost certain.
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these r my pc wizard temps and speed fan temps. wats the temp that everyone uses wen they tlk bout the processor melting??

    
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To clarify: You want the core temp.
    
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in the first picture, the first temp looks correct. Here's what you should do. Restart your computer, go into your bios, make sure that "Vcore" and anything dealing with voltage is set to a value, not "Auto". This can cause some major overvolting and overheating. Now, figure out where in the bios it tells you temps. record those temps (mobo, ambi, and cpu) then log in and report.

[to repeat] forget whether it's core or temp 1 or cpu. CHECK THE BIOS
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if theyr not supposed to b at auto, then wat shuld i set them to, srry im total noob...=(
    
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post #19 of 23
You should have two options. One will be "Overvolt" or something like that (it'll have percentages usually), but the one you'll definatly have is CPU Voltage, set that to 1.35. That's usually stock for those processors.
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I could only get the cpu and mobo temps. My cpu was running at 60C and my Mobo at 30. Why would it heat up so much???
    
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