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yea it does... 85C... and a 34C idle on my crappy seating, not bad...

so this is across mobos... Core Temp will "let you know" through the tJunction?
Exactly. Quad tJunct = 100, C2D = 85
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^^^ In address to the questions/concerns you guys have. ^^^
How to manually correct Speedfan 4.32 core temp accuracy


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SpeedFan 4.32 assumes the maximum Tjunction temperature for the Q6600 is 85C and CoreTemp 0.95 assumes 100C.

Reported Temp = TjMax - Digital Thermal Sensor reading

A 15C difference in the assumed TjMax results in reported temperatures that are different by exactly 15C.

Motherboard bios temps are meaningless. Stick to either one of the above programs and you can set a 15C offset in SpeedFan to correct for the error in assumed TjMax by clicking on Configure -> Advanced:



You lucky Quad guys will have to enter in 4 offsets.
    
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FSB 470 * 8 @ 3760MHz 8hrs+ Small FFT Prime Stable.


Core temp are 67~70c so this is what I'll have as my max 24/7 OC for this season.
Ambient room temperature is 24.9 to 25.1C measured with a digital thermometre; system temp is where the hottest place in my room. Ambient room temp is always 1~2C below it.



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I'm in a closed room so temp wise my room can get quite stuffed. Not much air circulation in my room but I've excellent ventilation/air flow inside my case

Again ambient temp in my room is measured from 24.9c ~ 25.1c.
It's very accurate becouse whenever people comes into my room, they felt it's uneasy to breath and hotter than other places in the house. When I brought the digital thermometre to my bathroom, hallway, livingroom, the temp drops considerable down to any where from 21c to 22c.

So please stop questioning about my ambient temp again.
    
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Thermalright Ultra120 Extreme (Lapped) vs Ambient Room Temperature


Ambient temp in the room when screen was captured = ~22.7C
As you can see the Idle temp is roughly 13~15C above ambient temp in my room.
NOTICE: Given Vcore Idles at 1.4880v, even so the temp is still amazing.
So without a doubt, the Thermalright Ultra120 Extreme is the best air cooled heatsink avaliable.
(For similar results, "lapping" the heatsink base is strongly recommended )


    
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man this **** is awwesome im gna get myself a q6600 g0 soon!
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I would be very impressed if all Q6600 overclocked this well, but i am HIGHLY doubting it. You must of got a left over ES chip

That thing could easily attain 4GHZ and stable on watercooling, and probably 4.5 on phase which is very close to a 100% overclock...
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What's that 122C temp? PWM?
I am currently running a P5W DH Deluxe, and a friend of mine runs a P5B Deluxe, and we both get that exact same reading 122 or 127 (alternates) from that sensor in SF. I think it is an error form the monitoring chip, that extends across ALL ASUS boards. Just my guess...I just disable the reading on that sensor, since it is clearly an error...as the poster above stated at 122 C it wouldn't be working, hell the PCB would probably be softening, at least warping.
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I am currently running a P5W DH Deluxe, and a friend of mine runs a P5B Deluxe, and we both get that exact same reading 122 or 127 (alternates) from that sensor in SF. I think it is an error form the monitoring chip, that extends across ALL ASUS boards. Just my guess...I just disable the reading on that sensor, since it is clearly an error...as the poster above stated at 122 C it wouldn't be working, hell the PCB would probably be softening, at least warping.
Exactly, so I just don't bother with it.
Smart people would think logically like you and others did, nothing would survived if that's the actual temp
    
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Thermalright Ultra120 Extreme (Lapped) vs Ambient Room Temperature



So without a doubt, the Thermalright Ultra120 Extreme is the best air cooled heatsink avaliable.
(For similar results, "lapping" the heatsink base is strongly recommended )
We're glad that your temps are great! However, I highly doubt that the statement you just made is anywhere near accurate. We've already seen the Noctua put down the Thermalright in so many cases...

Just as well, there still aren't enough Quad users on this board putting their G0's to the test, which is sad.

You got great temps, but don't make the mistake of assuming that they're the best you can get.

Nevermind, I think I see what you're doing by setting the offset. Or... not really but either way.
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nice overclocks man. i just got my tuniq in and i can't wait to see what i can get on my q6600.
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