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speedfan is fine for me ....it just varys fom rig to rig ....
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Hi guys,
I have AF 7 Pro and it is able to bring my Q6600 to 3.6Ghz (1.46v) without breaking any sweat. However, my question is, under LOAD (1.41v) my temps are 69,69,65,65, why is it that there is a 4C difference between these 2 cores??? Is it too much?? Is something wrong with my heatsink??
Nothing is wrong with your heatsink, but you can make it have more contact with the cpu by lapping it. Usually the surface of the factory lapped heatsinks are rough so each cpu core might have slightly different temps and also it might be your processes, it could be using more of the power of your other cores, even though the cores are suppose to work in unison. Not only that, you might of applied the thermal paste incorrectly and one side could have had more paste than the other causing the temp difference.
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Mid 50s fully loaded running 1.48v @ 3.0GHz

This makes me VERY happy.

I'm planning on getting one since they're under $20 but was wondering if it could handle things. At 3Ghz I'm .04v less than what you are (although I probably should be up where you are to ensure complete stability) and push much higher temps with my Tempest so it's nice to know that this cooler will be a good investment.
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Nothing is wrong with your heatsink, but you can make it have more contact with the cpu by lapping it. Usually the surface of the factory lapped heatsinks are rough so each cpu core might have slightly different temps and also it might be your processes, it could be using more of the power of your other cores, even though the cores are suppose to work in unison. Not only that, you might of applied the thermal paste incorrectly and one side could have had more paste than the other causing the temp difference.
That is what I thought too.. Uneven amount of AS 5 for my CPU. Thx
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