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This thing is pretty big & I didn't get to point it towards my exhaust, like I wanted to but that's no big deal. I bought a 2nd one for my SouthBridge but I can't get anything to fit because of my video card, so I'm leaving the stock alone.
I was going to get one for my SB after I checked out my delivery. It would fit ok but I had to think why bother. The SB has never even felt warm to the touch. I pulled the HS off to check it out and it has a thermal pad on there without even a very snug fit so I don't think heat was ever a concern during the design.

I did notice the same results as you with the NB. My temps never really changed much with the fan installed over the original HS. But for piece of mind now I don't have to worry at all under load conditions.
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Core Temp has my core temps at 42 and SpeedFan shows 30. My BIOs temps at 30C. Which do I believe when overclocking?
markiemerk
Speed fan is accurate with an exception. If you run both together you will notice that Speed fan is always 15c off but is consistent with Core Temp.

HWMonitor is another nice utility made by the same people that give you Cpuz. It will give you your current temp along with the high and low points since it was opened. Also monitors volts, HDD and GPU temps. It is very basic with no special options to change what you can do with it but it does the job as is.
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hello, I have strange problem with cpu speed in some programs then I change my multiplier.maybe someone know how to fix that?with x11 multiplier i look fine, but memory are very slow
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hello, I have strange problem with cpu speed in some programs then I change my multiplier.maybe someone know how to fix that?with x11 multiplier i look fine, but memory are very slow
You need to disable Intel's Speedstep function in the BIOS. See the first post of the thread.
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hello, I have strange problem with cpu speed in some programs then I change my multiplier.maybe someone know how to fix that?with x11 multiplier i look fine, but memory are very slow
Speedstep is the energy saving feature that you can disable in the bios settings. When you are just sitting there and doing nothing it will show you dropped down in speed but look again at it once you have something that is actually using the cpu and it bumps it up to your specified settings.

If you leave your computer on 24/7 speedstep can be a debatable thing to have enabled. In theory it can extend the life of your cpu, then again anyone even on these forums doesn't really care all that much about doing that!
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You need to disable Intel's Speedstep function in the BIOS. See the first post of the thread.
i can't disable it because when i change multiplier it gone from bios
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Speedstep is the energy saving feature that you can disable in the bios settings. When you are just sitting there and doing nothing it will show you dropped down in speed but look again at it once you have something that is actually using the cpu and it bumps it up to your specified settings.

If you leave your computer on 24/7 speedstep can be a debatable thing to have enabled. In theory it can extend the life of your cpu, then again anyone even on these forums doesn't really care all that much about doing that!
you not understand what I ask.I ask what is the problem with some programs that calculate my cpu speed with x11 multi, when i use x8 multi in bios.how to fix that problem?
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i wanted to know what to get.... ga-p35-ds3L or GA-P35-DS3 or Ga-p35-s3G?
because i want a good mobo so i can OC my e2180 can someone please helps me! thanks
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i can't disable it because when i change multiplier it gone from bios
Haha, don't worry, that happens (sometimes) after you also disable "CPU Enhance Halt (C1E)". If you enable C1E, save changes and restart, EIST should come back after that.

Okay, now's my turn! Here are my overclocking results with this board. Of course I'll try something higher (like 3.2 GHz and 3.6 GHz) for 24/7 usage, but I don't have more time to test until next week. My specifications are on my signature. Oh, by the way, all the fans I have in my system (check picture on signature) are running at 7v.

My VID:



Here's Prime95 running for eight+ hours (load):



And here an hour after I stopped Prime95 (idle):



Well, I hope I made something good. For instance, I must say I had TERRIBLE overclocking results with this motherboard at the beginning, but then I realized I was setting my voltage way too high (1.4v on BIOS and 1.3125v on CPU-Z during load). Now that I fixed that mistake of mine, I'm so happy.

Oh, by the way, in that test I just posted, I have ALL voltages set to "Normal", except for the RAM, which is running with a "+0.2v" modifier, and I also have C1E, Thermal Monitor, and EIST disabled. For 24/7 usage, I have C1E enabled without problems (I don't feel like on Priming it just for your eyes, sorry ). I've noticed that if I have either Thermal Monitor or EIST enabled, I don't really know which, when running Prime95, my cores would get at least 2 ºC hotter. That's why I leave them disabled, though I get my CPU running at even lower voltages than the ones shown in the pictures.

See you!

PS: And just because I have nothing else to do "at the moment", here are the performance results of my two new hard drives: http://www.uploadfilesystem.com//vie...0/Z9u07923.png
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I was going to get one for my SB after I checked out my delivery. It would fit ok but I had to think why bother. The SB has never even felt warm to the touch. I pulled the HS off to check it out and it has a thermal pad on there without even a very snug fit so I don't think heat was ever a concern during the design.

Has anyone ever even taken off the heatsink and touched the southbridge?

I took mine off today to add some AS5 and reseat, but the heatsink almost makes no contact. I wouldn't be surprised of the chip was lukewarm to the touch without any heatsinks.



I saw the Thermaltake NB heatsinks you guys are talking about. It doesn't cover the whole chip, right?

How's the bare chip hold up to the finger test?
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