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85c
Good, good.

Now just compare temps on EVEREST and if it is near TAT or CoreTemp, use that as your temp and forget the other. I don't have any other idea or ways to check why CoreTemp and TAT are different.
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everest is almost dead-on with TAT...which is 47C idle
...and ~62C full load for 2 mins
    
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everest is almost dead-on with TAT...which is 47C idle
...and ~62C full load for 2 mins
Then I will use that for my temps.

You should declock and undervolt until you can get a load temps of 55C or under. I would leave a 5C headroom to 60C.

From here, it's all you that have to do trail and error. Good luck!
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Then I will use that for my temps.

You should declock and undervolt until you can get a load temps of 55C or under. I would leave a 5C headroom to 60C.

From here, it's all you that have to do trail and error. Good luck!
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Wow...I'm pretty damn sure I got a good e4300.

vcore set to 1.175
mult x8
fsb 350 (= 1400 rated FSB)
memory mult 2.50 (875)

cpuz reads 1.20v for vcore and 2 minutes of orthos puts me at 58C TAT
    
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Wow...I'm pretty damn sure I got a good e4300.

vcore set to 1.175
mult x8
fsb 350 (= 1400 rated FSB)
memory mult 2.50 (875)

cpuz reads 1.20v for vcore and 2 minutes of orthos puts me at 58C TAT
Well, low vcore can reduce idle/load temps, but the lower you set it, the higher the chance of instability.

58C is still good, but it is your choice if you want to stay there. 2 minutes is already 58C load, and we do recommend running +8 hours of Orthos.

Orthos will turn red if it is unstable.

To look at vcore, always look at your BIOS over program.
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Well, low vcore can reduce idle/load temps, but the lower you set it, the higher the chance of instability.

58C is still good, but it is your choice if you want to stay there. 2 minutes is already 58C load, and we do recommend running +8 hours of Orthos.

Orthos will turn red if it is unstable.

To look at vcore, always look at your BIOS over program.
I got all the way down to 1.1V vcore...but then windows wouldn't boot

I don't really want to lower my clock any more
    
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The speed that window shows in incorrect, mine is too.
You may realize that your speed is lower than your overclock when you are idle. That is fine and nothing to worry over about. There is an option called CPU Enhancement (C1E) in the Advance option of your BIOS. This feature clocks and power save when you are idle and jumps back to max speed whenever you load anything.
I thought you are suppost to disable this in BIOS and any other things not needed?
    
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I thought you are suppost to disable this in BIOS and any other things not needed?
I don't know about the other options, but enabling or disabling C1E/Speed Step does no harm. Laptop uses the feature, so what would be wrong for a desktop to us it? And is there really a need for your CPU to run at 3.2GHz when you're idle?
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