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What to believe? Temps too high? E2180, dS3L

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Ok so this is more or less to figure out what temp i should be reading from.

I put it back to stock for more consistent temps.

Idle:
Speed fan & core temp - 29
CPUID - 44
EasyTune5(from gigabyte) - 32

Load:
Speed fan & core temp - 52
CPUID - 66
EasyTune5(from gigabyte) - 55





This is stock speed (2.0 @200 x 10) with stock heatsink on stock voltage 1.325 on stock CM690 with good cable management.
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No one?
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I'm going to help you out my friend. First off we need to find out what your accurate temps are. With SpeedFan this is the best way. You simply put in -15 offset ,, because these software show your temp 15c more then they should. Most people don't like speedfan but once you adjust the offset then you get the acurate temp. Your mobo and CPU temps are already accurate. Usually you don't have to do the offset thing, Just make sure your using Speefan 4.33 official version not beta. and your CPU core 1 and core 2 temps will be correct. Now if you launch a app like Everest you will see how they show core 1 and core 2 ,, 15 degrees higher which is incorrect temp. Also TAT and junk software like that can show it correct, but for some depending on mobo ,, it will show 15c more just like everest. Also do not trust the mobo or nvidia temp monitoring. Once again they will show all correct temps. However we want to find out your core 1 and core 2 temp. As the CPU temp is just the T junction ,, Your real temps are in the core 1 and core 2 , Soo launch everest and see those temps,, then launch speedfan and see those temps. If their the same then thats your temp. If however evereset shows 15c more I believe for your CPU ,, then that incorrect and speedfan already does the offset. Soo if your on speedfan 4.33 then your temps are correct. However we need to know your core 1 and core 1 temps ,, Without that its pointless to judge temp from the CPU reading in easy tune or whatever. It will only show the CPU t junction ,, your T case will be the temp on the actually cpu core processor. The CPU temp is only important to monitor T junction ,,, as your CPU is 85c t junction,, soo if your CPU shows 53c on full load then the core 1 temp is probably gonna be 48c or something like that. Anyhow Im here for you, and its sad how people still don't understand temp monitoring correctly and how speedfan blows all apps away. Don't use your junk apps that came with mobo or video ,, uninstall them, their slow and hoggy and slow down system. All you need is speedfan which does not slow down system @ all. Anyhow

Read us your core 1 and core 2 temp on full load ,, ,

Also just to let you know. Those CPU's can handle easy 70c load ,, full time ,, and live for 10 years if not more ,, Soo don't worry too much .

However give us your core temps ,, and lets take it from there.

From what I read on your rig sig , and your situation and specific CPU ,,, your fine right now. Tell us your core 1 and core 2 temps ,,, if speedfan doesnt show it,, then use everest , but remember it will show the degrees 15c higher then what it should be soo minus that 15c and thats your temp.. but hopefully you wont need this as sf should show u.. please keep us posted and GL my friend,,
    
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Im guessing you mean +15 in the offset, if it was -15 i would be at 10c
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Update

Everest Ulitmate says - 29/28 and 51/51
Speed fan w/ 15c offset - 42/41 and 66/65
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