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After reading (A LOT) and trying to find out about the best temp monitor program, I find myself running 4, and getting temps varying from 48c-63, even 66c full load, with an ambient of 22c. Screenshots show my e4300 at 350x9 , 3.15ghz at stock vcore (1.35bios setting, droops to ~1.325-1.33).

So, my question to everyone; Which program to believe??? HALP

IDLE TEMPS

http://www.overclock.net/attachment....1&d=1180078077

LOAD TEMPS

http://www.overclock.net/attachment....1&d=1180078077

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Core Temp, although the differences between 0.24 and 0.25 seems a bit large. That can't be right...
 
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yeah.. .95 is showing my e4300 as a Conroe??? And a 100tjunc
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yeah, these L2 revisions are weird.. im not really sure which to trust, myself, but id prob go with tat. using coretemp .94, i idled at 19-23C.. thats just not possible since my ambients were a degree or two lower than that. coretemp .95 gave results similar to tat, so for the meanwhile, im trusting those two..

just wondering why its reading 0 mhz in tat?
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i don't know
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confusing huh? you should read this thread.. pretty informative, though i havent read it in its entirety as yet.. check it out, see if you can explain it to me hehe..
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well between coretemp 095 and tat temps are the same ...on the LOAD screenshot theres a diffrence of 3C but if you look at TATs log you can see that TAT displayed 65C just a couple of seconds before ...i imagine that coretemp and TAT dont update the temps display at the same time whitch results in a virtual diffrence but they are the same in the end.
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post #8 of 9
TAT and ct.95 b/w 30-45C are almost identical for me. Below 30 TAT reports higher than ct.95, and around 47-48 TAT starts reporting 2-3C lower than ct.95.

I think you're safe using either.
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post #9 of 9
RMClock is better than TAT in terms of giving tighter data (more consistent, less temp spikes). Plus, it has a great logging feature.

I recently ran RMClock and Speedfan and had both apps log a set of load temps. Then I meticulously analyzed the log files and averaged the exactly (down to the last second) the same time points from each log to ensure a fair comparison. If I take the difference of the average RMClock core temp numbers and the average Speedfan numbers, I arrived at:

Code:
Core 0: 15.002
Core 1: 15.069
Core 2: 15.049
Core 3: 14.979
Conclusion: Speedfan can log temps as precisely as RMClock can and the offset is indeed -15 °C. Also, don't use TAT for a C2D or Quad C2D!
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