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post #11 of 14
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Well I just lapped my HS an reapplied the AS% but the core temperatures are still about 10C apart. Core 0 is 48C, core 1 is 60C while running Prime 95!.

Although I am running Vista and none of the AMD power monitors or Abit uguru tools work.

I'm uning core temp .95, is this program accurate? I can't believe core 1 is that hot!
post #12 of 14
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Now this can't be possible.

Core 0 is hotter than core 1 when the CPU is idling.
But Core 1 gets about 20C hotter than core 0 when I'm benchmarking.


Idle
Core 0 35C
Core 1 29C

Load
Core 0 55C
core 1 77C!

this CAN'T be right.
post #13 of 14
i would say to check to see how flat the surface of you cooler is, and see how smooth the surface of your CPU's IHS is
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post #14 of 14
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I would also try the stock HSF but the fan has a four pin plug and the motherboard only has a three pin connector. It won't fit in an Abit AV8.
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