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Whats the usual stock HSF, stock clock, arctic silver 5 temperature?

With 20C ambient, I am getting 39/40C.

Last night with 30C ambient, I was hitting 49-51C

and these are idle temperatures.
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Temps vary by steppings and by how well you mounted the HSF.

Since you are on stock cooling, are the arrow on the pins pointed outward from the HSF?
Inward = Unlock
Outward = Lock

The E4300 is also known for having bad temps. Your current temps are high. How are the loads?
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when its load in cool temperatures, 50C

load when its hot 60C

which way should the arrows be pointing? Ill go check.

ps. what is Tjunction temp?
And why is speedfan reading better temperatures than coretemp or intel tat?
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when its load in cool temperatures, 50C

load when its hot 60C

which way should the arrows be pointing? Ill go check.

ps. what is Tjunction temp?
And why is speedfan reading better temperatures than coretemp or intel tat?
I forgot to say somethings.

-Are you overclocked? If not, you can undrervolt and get better temps.
-If CoreTemp and TAT works, use both of those and forget about SpeedFan. SpeedFan is probably telling you the temps on the CPU instead of the die. The die is the hottest part of a CPU.
-CoreTemp and TAT should be around 1-3C off from each other.
-I really have no information about T-Junction.
-Do not exceed 60C load.
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yup im running stock,
So I could undervolt.

or can I oc with stock voltage, would it raise my temperature if I stayed at this voltage?

And what program do I trust for V? The Bios?

Cpu z is telling me 1.21-1.28
and coretemp says VID is 1.3250

Btw, I remember something in overclocking guides, that you disabled a bunch of stuff to make the load on the cpu better?

which way for arrows on HSF again?
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post #6 of 32
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yup im running stock,
So I could undervolt.

or can I oc with stock voltage, would it raise my temperature if I stayed at this voltage?

And what program do I trust for V? The Bios?

Cpu z is telling me 1.21-1.28
and coretemp says VID is 1.3250

Btw, I remember something in overclocking guides, that you disabled a bunch of stuff to make the load on the cpu better?

which way for arrows on HSF again?
Since you're on everything at stock, your vcore should be on Auto in BIOS. Your stock vcore is 1.3250. It is possible to Overclock while Undervolting. I am running at 2.9Ghz with 1.22vcore - Stock: 2.13Ghz with 1.3250vcore.

You could go into your BIOS and drop down to 1.3vcore right now.

Yes, trust the vcore that your BIOS tells you

I don't know what to disable to make a CPU load better. You may want to change PCI-E Freuqnecy from Auto to 100MHz in BIOS.

Make sure the arrows on the heat sink is pointing outward/away. So, if you connect all the arrows together, it should form a circle around the HSF.

EDIT: It also helps to know what motherboard you own.
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post #7 of 32
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Gigabyte DS3 rev 1.3 I believe

says Gen 2 on box
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Gigabyte DS3 rev 1.3 I believe

says Gen 2 on box
Ah, a DS3. If you need help on overclocking, I can help.
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post #9 of 32
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Ive been trying to find that OC'ing guide.

I just want an OC to 2.1-2.5 ghz right now,

without raising my dam temperatures.
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Ive been trying to find that OC'ing guide.

I just want an OC to 2.1-2.5 ghz right now,

without raising my dam temperatures.
Just raising the FSB shouldn't make your temps raise much. Voltage is what will raise your temps a lot.

If you like, you can compare your steppings to other user's E4300s. http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...c-voltage.html

Since your stock speed is at 1.86GHz and vcore is 1.3250vcore. You should try and set the vcore to 1.28-1.29vcore. Your temps should drop.

If you have no clue on how to do any of this overclocking stuff, I can guide you through with pictures.
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