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Thanks a bunch for all your help.

I removed all of the thermal crud before I put on the Arctic Silver. (I'm still unsure of the proper amount, can anybody remind me of this?) I think it looks okay though.

I updated my BIOS a while ago, and that didn't appear to do anything. (I still see that typo in the BIOS settings, heh!)
you need about a pea size ball on there, then let the cooler spread it when it comes into contact.

Also you said you used speed fan, is the fan running at 100% because the stock cooler has not guts as it is.
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Get a Better Cooler Like The Tuniq Tower I Find it Very Good. Also Get HardWare Monitor What I do Just incase is get about 2-3 Different temp Sensor Programs:
http://www.cpuid.com/hwmonitor.php
http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php

these are Some To get You going

please Post Temps Again Off these I find them Very Reliable (not always Speedfan but it Works Quite Well for other Temps)
    
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A Line acrosss the CPu or a Small Blob in the Middle

Line Works Very Well on Dual and Quad Cores because it Spreads Evenly over Both Cores
    
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post #14 of 29
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Thanks a bunch for all your help.

I removed all of the thermal crud before I put on the Arctic Silver. (I'm still unsure of the proper amount, can anybody remind me of this?) I think it looks okay though.

I updated my BIOS a while ago, and that didn't appear to do anything. (I still see that typo in the BIOS settings, heh!)
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Brilliant! I installed RealTemp and it's reporting 30C idle. That's more like it!

Time for some OCing!
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post #16 of 29
Well good. lol

Stock cooler should take you to 3.5ish without needing to be upgraded.
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you need about a pea size ball on there, then let the cooler spread it when it comes into contact.

Also you said you used speed fan, is the fan running at 100% because the stock cooler has not guts as it is.
Why does everyone always say a pea sized ball? I don't know where you get your peas, but where I come from thats way too much.

Its more of a split pea sized amount.
    
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Why does everyone always say a pea sized ball? I don't know where you get your peas, but where I come from thats way too much.

Its more of a split pea sized amount.
Small grain of rice sized pea? lol
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post #19 of 29
well I Didn't say Pea I said small Sized Blob
    
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post #20 of 29
IIRC, BIOS places the system under about 60% load so that's not truly an idle temp.
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