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N2Gaming, it's weird you have heat issues with the Phenom IIs as my friend's 920 runs at 3570mhz no problem. He's been running it OC'd for about a month now with no issues. He has 4 120mm 90CFM fans in the case as well and the added minifan on the northbridge.
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"Hello and welcome," from me too.



Yeps, same TDP, afaik: I was agreeing with you. I was also saying that 125W is KUHRAYZEE! I just don't want to plug something into my board that churns out 125W of TDP. Yuck.

As far as any board "requirement", all I know is that my mobo (M2N-32) maxes at 125W according to Asus, as stated by eclipseaudio4.
But but but... High Heat = A LOT OF RAW PROCESSING POWER!!!

But yeah trying to keep this sucker cool not so fun. Now that the weather is getting hotter, the ambient temp has gone up in my case so the chip isn't as cool as I like it to be. I think I need a case with better air flow. But that = $$$
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But but but... High Heat = A LOT OF RAW PROCESSING POWER!!!

But yeah trying to keep this sucker cool not so fun. Now that the weather is getting hotter, the ambient temp has gone up in my case so the chip isn't as cool as I like it to be. I think I need a case with better air flow. But that = $$$
Nah you just need a bigger TEC and better way to suck the heat away from it. lol
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Nah you just need a bigger TEC and better way to suck the heat away from it. lol
TEC? I am drawing a blank.... Can someone clairfy what that is
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N2Gaming, it's weird you have heat issues with the Phenom IIs as my friend's 920 runs at 3570mhz no problem. He's been running it OC'd for about a month now with no issues. He has 4 120mm 90CFM fans in the case as well and the added minifan on the northbridge.
Well honestly I'm not really sure it is an issue. My cpu does not run hot but OCCT and Everest Ultimate tell me that something get's upward of 120+c on the main board and I don't know what it is. Once I replace my dead seagate drive hopefully just swap out the firmware circuit board mounted to the drive to save my data then I can get back to trying the Phenom II x4 940 BE in the M2N32 mobo. Then again w/out a NB Frequency multiplyer or the ability to to adjust the HT multiplier past x5 could be partly a problem as well. I may be a little off on the HT multiplier because I have not ran that system for a while. Most of my work lately has been on my daily driver DFI NF4 SLI-DR Socket 939 Rocks. In any case I will get back to it evantually. There is just so much to do and so little time that it just gets hard to do it all.
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>>My cpu does not run hot but OCCT and Everest Ultimate tell me that something get's upward of 120+c on the main board and I don't know what it is

One of my temps was in the 90s but it was the one of the onboard CPU thermal diodes... No idea if that's a correct reading because everything on the board seemed to be doing okay. On my P5N-D I know that after a certain amount of loading and heat one of the thermal sensors goes haywire and gives me temperatures in the 120s but everything seems to be in working order so I disregarded it.

edit: From another forum:
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i got same problem with speed fan and M2N32-SLI Deluxe.....and have been posting the same question on diff forums...apparently INTERNAL is the Stack Cool 2 "thingy" on back of motherboard, and I havent figured out what the Temp 3 is yet.....BUT
im runnin a AMD 5000+ Black edition with a Zalman 9500 and two front intake fans and two rear exhaust fans and a side exhaust fan....used AI Boost to raise multiplier from default 13.5x to 15x CPU went from 2.6 to 3.0ghz...then i stressed it running 4 instances of Orthos and playing Diablo II all at same time.....ASUS Probe reports 28c CPU and 29C MB at idle and 45C CPU and 30C MB running four instances of orthos for hours.

Before over clock and after....before stress test and after both temp 3 and internal show the fire symbols...internal under stress was 94C thats 201F so I toook RIGHT side off case and felt the stack cool 2 thingy thru a hole in the mobo tray with my fingers....now way it 94C!!!

apparently even tho speedfan "claims" full support for the ADT7475 (Stack Cool 2 thing) it CAN't be right......boiling water is only 212F and nowhere on the back side of my mobo tray is the temp even remotely warm.

Lastly I read another post somewhere about it and they said there are no sensors in temp3 and internal areas of the mobo....dont know if thats true or not...but I have NO even slightly warm air coming out of case ...anywhere even OC'd and under severe CPU stress. Im going to call ASUS on monday and ask them...my guess is theyre gonna say dont worry about it.

Edited by test tube - 4/27/09 at 7:12pm
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TEC? I am drawing a blank.... Can someone clairfy what that is
?Thermal Evacuation Conduit? IDK!?

I have no idea, but I am pretty sure he is talking about a heatsink.
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Thanks for the heads up test tube on the stackcool thingy, That is one more place I did not even think of to test for heat. Yeah I would ignore it to but I had a mobo that was running just fine w/the 2101 bios and x2 5400+ BE w/out any issues. I put the x4 940 Be in it and updated the bios to 2205 and all of a sudden the mobo started acting up. I don't know if I did something wrong like accidentally fliping the clear cmos switch while the rig power supply was not turned off. What ever the case was I do know is the system was not happy and needed to be RMA'd. Since then I have not even tested the RMA returned mobo w/the 2205 bios that the asus tech flashed before shipping it out to me. So I will have to get back to it when time permits.
Edited by N2Gaming - 4/27/09 at 8:05pm
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?Thermal Evacuation Conduit? IDK!?

I have no idea, but I am pretty sure he is talking about a heatsink.
lol that would have been my guess
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?Thermal Evacuation Conduit? IDK!?

I have no idea, but I am pretty sure he is talking about a heatsink.
regarding rInferno: TEC = Thermo-electric cooler, also called a "heat pump" or "Peltier cooler".
I think he meant "bigger HSF" (high-speed fan) as "bigger" is a comparative word, and you don't currently have a TEC. ;-P

Anyway there are TEC's that turn off the Peltier unit when the temp gets low enuff, and just use the fan/heatsink (to avoid getting cold enuff 4 water condensation).

P.S. "Thermal evacuation conduit" is also very useful. lol
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