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Just got my Abit mobo in today, nice board except for one thing:

My CPU temp is showing 47-49C at idle, and running Orthos shows only 51-52C load. The core temps read the same as they always did (with my old mobo). Is this common with these mobos? Any info on this? I know it is a glitch in the BIOS somewhere, I've reseated the HSF twice now and still get the same temps, and the fact that there is only a 2-3C difference between idle and load.
    
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The idle temps are low on my IP35-e, but if your loads are only 51c, then I wouldn't be worried about it. What are you using to measure temps?
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Common issue. The E8400's have been reporting wacky non correct temps. Either that or those are your real temps, and the E8400s are just like the E2 and E4s and only have TIM between the cores and IHS instead of solder, resulting in the higher temps.
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The only thing my IP35-E reads wrong is my 12v, temps are all good.
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It's a cpu issue, NOT the motherboard.
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Yeah, I think it is the mobo, my DFI always read the CPU temp at 20C idle.

I'm using the temp in the BIOS and Everest. Both read the same
    
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Hey Kaxx, what's your OC and vcore?
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Originally Posted by kaxx View Post
Yeah, I think it is the mobo, my DFI always read the CPU temp at 20C idle.

I'm using the temp in the BIOS and Everest. Both read the same
Unless your ambient temp is like 10C or 50F, then the DFI board was wrong as well. And I doubt that both boards were wrong which makes me think it's a CPU issue.
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Stock right now, around 340x9 and 1.1-1.2 (depending on EIST)
    
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Unless your ambient temp is like 10C or 50F, then the DFI board was wrong as well. And I doubt that both boards were wrong which makes me think it's a CPU issue.
It was in my basement with massive airflow from my Antec 900 and 6 case fans, and ambient was arount 16C or so.
    
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