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Could someone please tell me what these two temperatures are that I'm seeing in HWMonitor? I think TMPIN0 is the NB and that TMPIN1 is the PWM but I have nothing really to base this on.


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I think those temps are motherboard and cpu socket temps
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I have a question about HW Monitor.

I have a e4500 currently OC to 2.67 Ghz running on stock cooling.

ITI and Core Temp gives me reading of 32-35 C idle but HW Monitor gives me 46-48 C

Which one should I trust? When I check pc health in bios, I keep getting around 40 C
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Hi,

Has anyone had any issues overclocking Q6600 with the 4-pin 12v connector?

xbitlabs managed to melt their 4-pin connection when overclocking a QX6700 on this board. I read that 8-pin is better for this purpose but if no one has had problems with their 4-pin then i think this is a good board.

Here's what i'm talking about:





http://www.siliconmadness.com/2008/0...hings-too.html
post #1755 of 4644
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Hi,

Has anyone had any issues overclocking Q6600 with the 4-pin 12v connector?

xbitlabs managed to melt their 4-pin connection when overclocking a QX6700 on this board. I read that 8-pin is better for this purpose but if no one has had problems with their 4-pin then i think this is a good board.

Here's what i'm talking about:





http://www.siliconmadness.com/2008/0...hings-too.html
That sucks, does this happen a lot?

How much did you OC?
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it's not my o/c, it's xbitlabs'. I read that using a 4-pin connector like that to o/c a q6600 is not a good idea because the 4-pin isn't as capable for transferring the high amount of power needed as an 8-pin is. But that's the only example i've been able to find, so i guess it's a small issue? And maybe using a quality PSU is the biggest factor?
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it's not my o/c, it's xbitlabs'. I read that using a 4-pin connector like that to o/c a q6600 is not a good idea because the 4-pin isn't as capable for transferring the high amount of power needed as an 8-pin is. But that's the only example i've been able to find, so i guess it's a small issue? And maybe using a quality PSU is the biggest factor?
could be..

do you think my thermaltake 500w will be able to take my e4500 to 3.2 Ghz with an Arctic Cooler Freezer 7 safely? That's really all I want to OC my cpu up to.
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I don't know. But I can say, having owned an Arctic Cooler Freezer Pro, your air cooling is as good as it gets.

Also, what's the difference between Revision 1.0 and Revision 2.0 of this board? Is 2.0 the exact same thing except with newer BIOS?
post #1759 of 4644
Finger Test

So with my northbridge fan off, I could only touch the side of the northbridge heatsink for 2-3 seconds before I have to quickly release my finger.

By going off best estimates, this seems too hot. How hot do you think it's getting?
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Finger Test

So with my northbridge fan off, I could only touch the side of the northbridge heatsink for 2-3 seconds before I have to quickly release my finger.

By going off best estimates, this seems too hot. How hot do you think it's getting?

the pictures of this board show no fan on the chipset, so i'm guessing you installed one? or does a different revision come with a fan? i think i'm going to get this board.... hm
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