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This is all stock with my E4500 @ 2.2Ghz
When it was cold, I used to idle 42C with the fan at 800rpm
Yesterday my room temp went up, idle 50c with fan at 2200rpm

And in my sonata III case I have x1 120mm exhaust, x1 120mm intake, x1 80mm directed at northbridge/cpuish.

I got the air conditioning on now, and im still at 47c with 1800rpm.

P.S. How come my core temperature is 32c, yet my CPU temp is 47c?

P.S.S I reseated my Arctic Freezer Pro just last week, made sure there was the right amount of paste and that all the crappy pins were in fully.
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I have to downshift my clocking too. It's 95f today and my temps went up the roof. Am down to 3.7 but planning to go down more.It's at 47c now.
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Originally Posted by Danbeme32 View Post
I have to downshift my clocking too. It's 95f today and my temps went up the roof. Am down to 3.7 but planning to go down more.It's at 47c now.
Ye but damn I'm stock, I think I need a better heatsink

I still dont get how Real Temp tells me my core temperature is 32c, yet my CPU temp is 48c? How does that work?
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you need to use Core Temp not Real Temp. Real Temp is for 45nm CPU's your E4500 is a 65nm CPU
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Yeah, summer will do that.
I'm lucky my dads like 50 and can't stand the heat, our house is always 22c
So my e8400 at 4ghz on a simple 9700nt never gets warmer than 55c
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Originally Posted by redalert View Post
you need to use Core Temp not Real Temp. Real Temp is for 45nm CPU's your E4500 is a 65nm CPU
I'll download that in a second
Intel Thermal Analysis tool tells me
Core 0: 37
Core 1: 35

Still way better than 48 on my ASUS probe...
Who do I trust
(bios temps are on par with ASUS probe temps)

EDIT
Got CoreTemp 0.99

Core 0: 32
Core 1: 32


Asus probe is still 48, same with speedfan
Edited by OJX - 6/7/08 at 10:44am
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