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Go to Speedfan's homepage: http://www.almico.com/sfbetaprogram.php

Register and download the SpeedFan 4.34 beta 40 exe and extract it into your SpeedFan folder, run it again and post what it says.
     
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Go to Speedfan's homepage: http://www.almico.com/sfbetaprogram.php

Register and download the SpeedFan 4.34 beta 40 exe and extract it into your SpeedFan folder, run it again and post what it says.
Same.

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Go to the configuration tab and make sure DTS interpritation is on "absolute" and there is NO offsets in effect. Can you post an Everest screen if you have it installed?

Also go through the calibration part of the temp guide found at TomsHardware:

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Originally Posted by Computronix @ TomsHardware
Section 9: Calibrations

Prerequisites:

(A) CPU cooler correctly installed.

(B) Record or photo or Save Profile of BIOS settings for quick restore when Calibrations are complete.

The following procedures are designed to achieve three objectives:


* Calibrate Tcase at Idle.


* Calibrate Tjunction at Load.


* Verify Tcase to Tjunction Delta at Load.


These objectives are accomplished by manually setting BIOS to maximize cooling capacity, and minimize Idle power consumption, in order to minimize Idle temperatures, so that accurate Calibrations can be achieved among C2Q / C2D variants and motherboards. These lowest common denominators can be summarized as; connectivity offline, Windows programs closed, Auto Vcore and Auto frequency (SpeedStep) enabled, and computer case covers removed, with all fans at 100%.

Setting these Variables eliminates cooling issues, and allows Tcase to decrease to within 1c above Ambient, which provides for accurate Tcase Offset correction. Tjunction is then Calibrated at Load, which establishes accurate Tcase to Tjunction Delta.

Note 1: Due to low Auto Vcore and Auto clock settings during the Idle Test, Tcase to Tjunction Delta may decrease to 2c.

Note 2: It is preferred that Idle and Load Tests be conducted as close to 22c Ambient as possible to allow for a normal temperature ceiling for Load Testing, and to maintain environmental consistency for more uniform comparisons among C2Q / C2D variants and system platforms.

Note 3: When configuring Offset corrections, it is desirable to favor positive values, which will provide a safety margin by calibrating displayed temperatures slightly higher than measured temperatures.


Part 1: Test Setup - Idle

Computer Case Covers = Removed
Computer Case Fans = Manual 100% RPM
Connectivity Status = Offline
CPU Fan = Manual 100% RPM
CPU Frequency = Auto
CPU Internal Thermal Control = Enabled
Enhanced C1 Control (C1E) = Enabled
Memory Frequency = Auto
PECI (If Equipped) = Enabled
Speed Step (EIST) = Enabled
Vcore = Auto
Vdimm = Auto
Windows Programs = Closed

Note 1: PECI (Platform Environmental Control Interface) is a BIOS feature on some recent motherboards which determines the method by which chipsets interpret and manage temperatures. When enabled, thermal accuracy is enhanced, and if disabled, temperatures are typically inverted, where Tcase is higher than Tjunction.

Note 2: Windows programs, background processes, SETI, Folding and Tray software must be closed. Press Ctrl-Alt-Delete, click on Task Manager, then click on the Performance tab to confirm CPU Usage is less than 2%. Use the Applications and Processes tabs to close programs if necessary.

Part 2: Tcase Offset Correction

(A) Measure Ambient, preferably near computer case air intake, clear of warm exhaust. A trusted analog or digital thermometer will suffice.

(B) Boot Windows, close programs. Open CPU-Z and SpeedFan. Observe CPU-Z for Core Voltage, Core Speed and Multiplier to settle to minimums. Observe SpeedFan, allow 10 minute at Idle to ensure that temperatures settle to minimums, then record Tcase.

(C) Tcase should indicate Ambient + 1c.

(D) If Offset correction is required, Configure SpeedFan as shown in Section 11.

Note: Under these test conditions, the Tcase thermal gradient may decrease to relatively insignificant values of less than 0.5c above Ambient, however, NO temperatures can be less than Ambient.


Part 3: Test Setup - Load

Computer Case Covers = Removed
Computer Case Fans = Manual 100% RPM
Connectivity Status = Offline
CPU Fan = Manual 100% RPM
CPU Frequency = As Desired
CPU Internal Thermal Control = Enabled
Enhanced C1 Control (C1E) = As Desired
Memory Frequency = As Desired
PECI (If Equipped) = Enabled
Speed Step (EIST) = As Desired
Vcore = As Desired
Vdimm = As Desired
Load Test = Prime95 - Small FFT's - 10 Minutes


Part 4: Tjunction Offset Correction

(A) Start Prime95 Small FFT`s while observing SpeedFan. Heat saturation is typically reached within 7 to 8 minutes, so 10 minutes is adequate to determine Load temperatures.

(B) Tjunction average Core should indicate Tcase + 5c with a tolerance of +/- 3.

(C) If Offset correction is required, Configure SpeedFan as shown in Section 11. Enter identical correction values for each Core.

(D) Stop Prime95, then allow the system to Idle for 10 minutes. Tjunction average Core should Idle at least 2c above Tcase. Readjust Core Offset Corrections if required, then repeat items (A) thru (D).

(E) Repeat Item (A) and allow Prime95 to run beyond 10 minutes while reinstalling covers. If temperatures increase, then computer case cooling is inadequate.

(F) Restore the system to original BIOS settings and hardware / software preferences.


The Load Test should verify that a Tcase to Tjunction Delta of 5c +/- 3 average Core, is indicated. If temperatures do not meet the Parameters, then repeat Parts 1 through 4. Remember that Tcase does not always scale in a precisely linear manner with Tjunction due to Variables such as Vcore, clock speed, Stepping and Load. A heavily overclocked processor with high Vcore at 100% Workload may exceed 8c Tcase to Tjunction Delta.

If temperatures are allowed to increase beyond Hot Scale, then ~ 5c below Tjunction Max Throttling is activated. If Core temperatures increase further to Tjunction Max, then Shutdown occurs. Since Tcase Max will be exceeded before Tjunction Max is reached, Tcase Max is always the limiting thermal specification.


* It is not recommended to continually operate processors, overclocked or stock, at Hot Scale for reasons of stability and longevity.
     
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Go to the configuration tab and make sure DTS interpritation is on "absolute" and there is NO offsets in effect. Can you post an Everest screen if you have it installed?
Can't find the stuff in Speedfan.. I just downloaded so there couldn't be offsets.

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Can't find the stuff in Speedfan.. I just downloaded so there couldn't be offsets.

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Wow, I will say this very simply. Use Everest. Somethings wrong with Speedfan and your setup. Everest reads your temps perfectly, Tcase and Tjunction. I have never seen Speedfan wrong like that before, especially on a 85c Tj max CPU.

To configure SpeedFan click on configure -> Advanced -> Chip -> INTEL CORE. Make sure it says absolute and there is no offsets. If there is an offset post here what it is, Speedfan may think your E6600 is a different CPU.
     
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Wow, I will say this very simply. Use Everest. Somethings wrong with Speedfan and your setup. Everest reads your temps perfectly, Tcase and Tjunction. I have never seen Speedfan wrong like that before, especially on a 85c Tj max CPU.

To configure SpeedFan click on configure -> Advanced -> Chip -> INTEL CORE. Make sure it says absolute and there is no offsets. If there is an offset post here what it is, Speedfan may think your E6600 is a different CPU.
I may have tricked you up there, I was at load with Speedfan and at idle with Everest, if that caused any confusion. It is the same, the CPU is still higher than the cores.

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Also, DTS is on absolute and no offsets.
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you need to upgrade your cooling, with those volts you shouldn't be that hot. When I had the E6400 at 3.4ghz with 1.35volts it only ran 51 ish load
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Yea I see it now.. run your CPU with the lowest multi you can at stock FSB or 200FSB, latter is better. Get the vcore to at least < 1.000v perferable 0.95v. Take a screen of it at idle and load, when idle Tcase (CPU) should be 0.5 - 2c above ambient. This will show if Tcase is incorrect, make sure to state your ambient temp.
     
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