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Thats very good.

Just remeber that temp utilities arn't completely accurate on C2ds
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post #22 of 29
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it's on 1.280v now, it will run at 3.15GHz on 1.300v
thats some low volts for 3ghz
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post #23 of 29
Heres my orthos shot on the e6320. Great little CPU's!
Attachment 52175

Attachment 52176

Its on 2.8ghz for daily use ATM, 1.31vcore. BTW, your temps are pretty good for stock. I keep the fans on this computer on low, so its almost silent..still idles at 29c..I love the tuniq!

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Those are nice temps, and a nice overclock.

Is it stable at 2.975ghz? And what vcore are you using again?
oh yeah it's actually stable up to 3.06*ghz @ 1.28v, but even a smidgen over that and it won't boot, so i tuned it down to the 2.975ghz.

anything 3.1-3.2ghz takes 1.32v, and i'm not sure what is safe to use on these cpu's so i have only took it up that far once. in all honesty, i couldn't tell the difference in anything from 2.9-3.2, so why put the extra wear on the parts for somehting trivial? know what i mean...
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I loaded windows on mine @ 3.5ghz, 1.45vcore...its just too dang hot here (102F today) to run much over 1.4v on air cooling.
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Thats very good.

Just remeber that temp utilities arn't completely accurate on C2ds
oh i know, i just thought it was amazing how much of a difference a dang computer case would make. when i bought this c2d setup, i got a raidmax smilodon case, which is a bad ass case. the psu went out on it, tigerdirect couldn't get a replacement for me, so i returned that one and bought the ultra case i have now. nothing else has changed and i went from having 41c cpu temps 2 weeks ago, to 28c temps this week

absolutely insane difference. now i could see that kind of difference if i went from an old clogged up $25 case with 1 exhaust fan to the ultra, but the raidmax was a great case, but i guess the ultra is just that much better ... actually i would have to give 100% credit to that tube thing that slides down over the cpu. at first i thought it was just mounted there, i didn't you could actually move it in as much as you needed, so i twisted it to about 1/2" above the fan
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Hi selfinfliction,

Your temps may not be nearly as low as Coretemp is indicating. I ran into a very similar situation with my E6420.

Coretemp misidentified my e6420 as an "E6500" (sound familiar?) and was reporting really low temps, both at idle and under load (Orthos). The difference from your situation was that because I was using a much more capable cooler (Scythe Infinity), Coretemp wasn't just reporting temps that were really low; it was reporting idle temps that defied belief: Idle temps of 23-24c when the air temp in the room (ambient) was 22c. And those temps were with the CPU OC'd to 3.15ghz and a vcore of 1.42! Since that kind of performance is simply not possible from an air cooler, I started my own thread titled e6420/P5N-E SLI: How can I get HONEST core temp readings?.

Among the things I learned from some of the good folks who responded was about that number called "Tjunction". Tjunction if I understood them right is not a measured temperature, it's some kind of characteristic of temperature sensors that are built into the processor to measure the core temp. That's why the Tjunction reported by Coretemp never changes as your CPU temp goes up and down. Another fact I picked up is that all C2D processors are made with a Tjunction of either 85c or 100c. But when sparkison posted

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Keep in mind that most temp monitors assume you have a tjunction of 85c, while some of the C2D/C2Q have a tjunction of 100c. So you would have to add an additional 15c to both your load/idle temps to get more accurate temps.
Core 2 Dual/Quad Temperature Guide
everything suddenly made sense: Coretemp not only misidentified my e6420 as an "E6500", it incorrectly assumed a Tjunction of 85c and therefore reported core temperatures 15c lower than they actually were.

So please read the thread I linked to above, before you decide whether or not to believe the temp readings you're getting.

Hope this helps.

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thats some low volts for 3ghz
Nah. On my E6400, I can do 3.0GHz with 1.2250vcore. 24 hours Orthos stable.
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just bumped it up to 3.237Ghz to run superpi... ran it pretty good, in the 15 second club, but not leaving the voltage this high:

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