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hey my e4300 runs @ 60C load.... around 32 idle, this is at stock settings. i wanted to overclock but these stock temps worry me. any ideas? stock intel cooling, installed correctly....
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post #92 of 478
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hey my e4300 runs @ 60C load.... around 32 idle, this is at stock settings. i wanted to overclock but these stock temps worry me. any ideas? stock intel cooling, installed correctly....
i hope you are using TAT to check your temps...its the best monitor to use..

32 idle is fine...what worries me is that you have a 30'c difference between idle and load...something is not right there...you should have around 20c difference...i know its stock, but i don't like the thermal pad they leave on the cooler...you may consider changing that to AS5...and remounting...

disable any fan controller you may have on in the bios...that will control the fan and limit its speed...lower fan speed will mean slightly higher temps...

as far as oc'ing...your temps will go up, but not as bad as you may think..if you can oc to you highest clock WITHOUT raising the vcore, that would help keep your temps low...

for me there is only about a 7c difference between idle stock and idle oc'ed...

as long as you do not get any higher than 65c (ish) using TAT uder its load test, you should be fine....
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the thing is, this temp was viewed in BIOS. windows is not installed. it starts at about 32C and climbs. and yea, intel fan control is retarded. EDIT: CPU has reached 63C in BIOS.
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post #94 of 478
check your CPU h/s seating and get some AS5 or better on it, that thing is gonna throttle sometime soon if your not carefull.
and i noticed your using the Gigabyte DS3 motherboard,
take a look at your volts, that board bumps volts for no reason sometimes.
go at it and come back.

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ya if you are reaching 60+C in bios something isn't right...



check to make sure that stock intel cooler is set right...those tabs can be hard to understand...they should be pushed in till you hear them click and then they have to turn 90' to "lock"....seems like there is always one that you think clicked but find out it didn't stay right..

bottom line is your cpu is not making correct contact with your HSF...too much thermal paste could cause high temps, but i haven't seen temps climb like that b/c of thermal paste...

make sure you set all your voltages in the bios yourself...don't let the bios control those at "auto"..if you need to know what voltages to use just ask us...

4300's curve...if you are removing the HSF i would check your cpu face to make sure its flat...(use the razer side of a razer blade)..almost all of them have a small curve and some seem to have a more significant curve..
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MuNcHeR23,

I can't use TAT. It gives some error which I googled and it seems that the Intel TAT tool doesn't work with a motherboard that has a nForce chipset, only Intel chipset.

I tried CoreTemp but as soon as I run the program my computer shuts down.

The only tools I've been able to use to monitor temps is Everest and Asus Probe II so for now I'm running at stock CPU speed until I've been adviced on the most accurate temp reading method for my motherboard.
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MuNcHeR23,

I can't use TAT. It gives some error which I googled and it seems that the Intel TAT tool doesn't work with a motherboard that has a nForce chipset, only Intel chipset.

I tried CoreTemp but as soon as I run the program my computer shuts down.

The only tools I've been able to use to monitor temps is Everest and Asus Probe II so for now I'm running at stock CPU speed until I've been adviced on the most accurate temp reading method for my motherboard.


That is so strange...idk why coretemp would shut your pc down...unless your cpu has real issues and coretemp overloads it..or maybe its like TAT and runs on intel's chipsets......

run the latest speedfan and under "configure/tempuratures" you should see temp5 and temp6 (core0 and core1)...click on either one then highlight the "show in tray" box..when you minimize you should see the reading in your tray..

Now add at least (and usually) 15c to its reading..that is as close to your real temp as you can get. i guess for now at least..

i remember someone saying they get the same readings with another software, could be coretemp, but i will look into that for you....
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thanks, + rep muncher....what is stock voltage for e4300?
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thanks, + rep muncher....what is stock voltage for e4300?
I think its 1.3v?
    
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ive come to the conclusion that the temp is being read incorrectly. TAT says 72C, speed fan says 60C.....however i touch the heatsink (which i just remounted) and it is cool to the touch.
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