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So i've got a question.. I'm running gromacs core to kind of get an idea of what my procs are doing.. anyways.. What is CPUTIN? and do those cores look right?
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I would say those temperatures look perfectly acceptable. However if that's a Brisbane core CPU...watch out. The sensors are known to be screwy with Brisbanes.
 
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Shes running a little hot. I wouldnt push it past 50c. But its your choice. It's not always the best idea to overclock with the Stock heatsink.

There are plently of after market cooling solutions out there.
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Oh i completely understand the whole stock hsf thing.. only reason i'm usin it is because its all i've got and i'm stretched on cash.. so it looks about normal... though brisbanes are a little wacky
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I would say those temperatures look perfectly acceptable. However if that's a Brisbane core CPU...watch out. The sensors are known to be screwy with Brisbanes.
Double post sry..

Yea its a brissy.. Someone told me to go brissy over Windsor tho >< dont know if thats a good choice or not.. My amd knowledge includes the BARTON core lol
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Oh i completely understand the whole stock hsf thing.. only reason i'm usin it is because its all i've got and i'm stretched on cash.. so it looks about normal... though brisbanes are a little wacky
Yes, It's definatly normal. Normal for stock cooling, Normal for stressed, normal for 2.8ghz.
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Yes, It's definatly normal. Normal for stock cooling, Normal for stressed, normal for 2.8ghz.
very cool thanks a ton!.... I love Dual Core


And as for after market.. I really like the Zalman 9500 with the nvidia sticker
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seems kinda hot to me. mine at 2.95 runs at 54c after hours in orthos. stock hsf. 1.375 volts. i'm getting my gemini 2 in the mail today though. woot!
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very cool thanks a ton!.... I love Dual Core


And as for after market.. I really like the Zalman 9500 with the nvidia sticker
Yes, Your welcome +1 back at you. Anyway yea the Nforce editions are nice. I have the 9700 And it's green. Very nice and very easy to clean!
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Double post sry..

Yea its a brissy.. Someone told me to go brissy over Windsor tho >< dont know if thats a good choice or not.. My amd knowledge includes the BARTON core lol
You should be happy with your choice...My windsor is at 2.65 but needs 1.47 vcore and loads at 53c.
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