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A little help with TAT

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Well just got my build together late last night and tryed to install TAT and when I goto open it a I get a: Error enumerating on Demand Clock Modulation Support Terminating Tool.

Anyone why it does that and if I can fix it. I already tryed reinstalling and I'm using XP Pro Sp2
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Other people have had problems: http://forums.anandtech.com/messagev...readid=2042378

I would use CoreTemp. It is more accurate in temperatures in my opinion, and in most people's opinions here. Download CoreTemp here.
    
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Its not compatible with the 680i chipset yet mate!

Every P5N32e SLI Owner has been getting it.

Just use CoreTemp
    
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Yea I have that installed but just want to make sure the temps are accurate. I'm at 3.6 w/1.425vcore idling at 29c and orthos load around 44c
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TAT is designed for Intel chipsets, not VIA or Nv chipsets..So it will not work..

As far as reading correct temps with CoreTemp, some say that isn't the correct temp..

In the last few days me and many others have been spending time trying to determine the TRUE temps...IMO nothing is solid yet...

From what i have gathered, C2D's have a TCC that can either be 80C or 100C...Because of this difference, some will show lower temps then reality while others show dead on temps...(forgive me if i am wrong i am still trying to grasp all this.)

I have been in touch with Intel today, and i am waiting for a call back about this...i'll let you know if they have anything good for us...

Until then it looks to me as if your temps from CoreTemp are prob. close to TRUE temps...Even if you take the usual 15c and add that to your 45c load you would be at 60C and that is great...anything under 65C great, and no higher than 70C (that is from Intel)....
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Its not compatible with the 680i chipset yet mate!

Every P5N32e SLI Owner has been getting it.

Just use CoreTemp
Works with my 680i
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@muncher: if it is made forintel chipsets why doesnt it work on my rig?
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