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Ok, so I emailed the author of Core Temp about this issue, and here is what he said:

Hello, You have a L2 revision. These chips were reporting very low readings when I was working on 0.95v. I have decided that it would probably be more accurate to set the Tjunction manually to 100C for thiese CPUs.Right now I'm searching for a better way to detect the Tjunction temperature, to be able to get more accurate readings Thanks,Arthur.

So, I am thinking that the speed fan temp is more accurate, meaning my CPU idles right around 30C, which is pretty good I think.
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talkin about a NB cooler. yeah i noticed my gskills dont get hot at all!
Get the TT Extreme Spirit II. Best NB cooler I have used. Period.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835116018
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Get the TT Extreme Spirit II. Best NB cooler I have used. Period.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835116018
Check post 6 of this thread. I have pics and notes on the thermaltakes
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I appreciate those recommendations - but i dontThink i have that kinda room to throw the TT on there?
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I think if you mounted like this and rotated it just 90ish degrees counter clockwise you might slip under your hsf.



I think it would be tight though.
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I think if you mounted like this and rotated it just 90ish degrees counter clockwise you might slip under your hsf.


my cooler is a perfect square that has the cpu directly under the center of it - plus thats the only way i can safely mountit w/o it hitting something.
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Maybe one of these?

It's just super tight in there.
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yeah I wonder if i should measure the space between my HSF and my GPU?


any thoughts on this one?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835226019
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I think that one would fit but not with the fan on top.
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Get the TT Extreme Spirit II. Best NB cooler I have used. Period.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835116018
Did you test it against the Swifty product. http://www.bigfootcomputers.com/Merc...tegory_Code=40

This looks a little better because it appears to suck the heat up and away. The TT product looks like the heat has to passively rise up the heat pipes after which it is swept away.

This is lay person's observations and I don't know, just asking.
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