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hi,can u "phaze changed" guys post what temps u get with it?
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You can get like -100 unloaded on a good 3-stage cascade and about -40 loaded with say a quad at 3.5 and 1.6 vcore? Phase is the coolest cooling method cause you can run it all the time unlike dry ice or LN2.
    
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With my E6600 at stock 266x9 running 1.31vcore at idle it pulls about -60c evap temp and -58 to -59c cpu temp, it goes up from there, with a oc around 4.0ghz and 1.57vcore it will idle around -47c cpu temp or so and with a full load it will be about -22c cpu temp,

now that overclock temps are not running turbo fan speeds but more like normal fan speeds so I could drop those by a few degrees if I wanted to
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I got my S478 3.0E Prescott to 3.9GHz at CPU load temps of -15C on a Mach II. The dang chip just did not want to go to 4.0GHz.
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So how do you all check your CPU temps?

CoreTemp = Nope
TaT = Nada
Speedfan = Negative

CoreTemp and Tat show the same number that do not change under load. +19C for the cores.

Speedfan shows -4 and -6 for the cores, which also do not change under load or not.

The number never fluctuate. But my evap head show -44C.

Any suggestions?
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Sorry other then installing a temp sensor of your own at the ihs which would probably be close to evap head temp depending on where the sensor for that is loacted. I would try to mount one along the edge of the IHS that would give you a ball park figure.

I allways use speedfan because it shows accurate temps for me on any mobo I have run. except for my quadgt which didnt get any reading from it. I was SOL for the quadgt mobo but my biostar/p5b-d/dfi all could use speedfan accuratlyf or negative temps.

Maybe its your quad that doesnt agree with speedfan since I had the p5b-d and it worked fine. My E6600/4300/6400 all showed 4c for tat and coretemp and would not change. I think this is the loaest they goso anything under 4c and they wont read anything but 4c.

What does asus probe read for you. You can count backwards from 255c to get the negative value. Say its reading 234c then you know your cpu is running at -21c.
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Originally Posted by MADMAX22 View Post
Sorry other then installing a temp sensor of your own at the ihs which would probably be close to evap head temp depending on where the sensor for that is loacted. I would try to mount one along the edge of the IHS that would give you a ball park figure.

I allways use speedfan because it shows accurate temps for me on any mobo I have run. except for my quadgt which didnt get any reading from it. I was SOL for the quadgt mobo but my biostar/p5b-d/dfi all could use speedfan accuratlyf or negative temps.

Maybe its your quad that doesnt agree with speedfan since I had the p5b-d and it worked fine. My E6600/4300/6400 all showed 4c for tat and coretemp and would not change. I think this is the loaest they goso anything under 4c and they wont read anything but 4c.

What does asus probe read for you. You can count backwards from 255c to get the negative value. Say its reading 234c then you know your cpu is running at -21c.

It must have something to do with the quad core. The P5K-DLX and the P5B-DLX both have this problem. I tried PC Probe and AI Suite that came with the motherboard and they are showing number simular to TAT and Coretemp.

I guess in the end the evap head should be close enough for my purposes. Unless the evap head somehow comes of the CPU .
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It must have something to do with the quad core. The P5K-DLX and the P5B-DLX both have this problem. I tried PC Probe and AI Suite that came with the motherboard and they are showing number simular to TAT and Coretemp.

I guess in the end the evap head should be close enough for my purposes. Unless the evap head somehow comes of the CPU .
Yeah dont you wish.

Na I mean as long as your evap head temp is holding good temps then you have to assume that your cpu is atleast getting cooled. I mean even if it did get into positive temps its still cooler then air or water. Just make sure you got good contact and I wouldnt worry about it much as long as you dont pump too much volts with that quad core.

I only had bad contact one time with my setup and that was with my 4300. It got into about -5c to 3c and I was like *** so I took it apart and was only making contact with about 5 to 10% of the cpu off to one side. That was me rushing and not paying attention though.
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