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I'd use Coretemp, but it doesn't work for me with Vista64.
Try this. http://www.overclock.net/attachments...4-vistax64.zip
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post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by Jephir View Post
I'd use Coretemp, but it doesn't work for me with Vista64.
http://www.overclock.net/downloads/1...core-temp.html

If you are using Vista 64-bit there a neat download in that thread for you my friend

EDIT: TaiDinh you are too quick for my two fingers lol
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Here's my CPUZ output....at the moment I'm following the nvidia overclock guide.
Weird thing is I can't go above 1077 fsb without system halting on post with 9x multiplier.

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post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by ct9600 View Post
Here's my CPUZ output....at the moment I'm following the nvidia overclock guide.
Weird thing is I can't go above 1077 fsb without system halting on post with 9x multiplier.

Well, I don't know how your board overclocks, so no words on that from me.

But as for your CPU, you have a Revision G0, or G0 stepping. CoreTemp's temperatures are correct for you. G0 has a T-Junction of 100C and that is being detected correctly.

Also, your max temperature is 72C.
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For now you need to go with core temp, But go to the speedfan website register with them and download the 4.34 beta =) you should see them come back together
Didn't work on my E8400, just a little FYI. Hopefully they will fix this soon???

It did match the older version of Coretemp.
    
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post #16 of 16
You have to calibrate speed fan to read correctly.
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/22...perature-guide
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