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This temp (62°) is CPU temp, or core temp?
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This temp (62°) is CPU temp, or core temp?
That is a point of contention. I've yet to see any definitive answer. The general consensus is, to go with whichever one is higher, better safe than sorry.
    
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This temp (62°) is CPU temp, or core temp?
The individual cpu cores needs to be below 62'C

55'C is more ideal though.
    
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Thanks!

Here, the "cpu temp" is always 2~3° more than the cores temps. Is this right?
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Thanks!

Here, the "cpu temp" is always 2~3° more than the cores temps. Is this right?
My c2 965 core temp was 6 'C higher than my cpu core's temp.

My c3 965 core temp is lower than my cpu core's temp.

Under load with prime blend.

The cpu cores and core temperatue doesn't need to be the same if that's what you've meant.

You are fine.
    
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Damn guys, get your info right.

Running your 955, 965 C3 etc at 62c, its not going to instantly die on you. You would have to be running a hour or more to maybe start feeling the affect of a dieing CPU. Although I don't got proof about the time, it's not going to die when you hit 62c.

My rule of thumb even when Q6600 was at 71c, everyone said keep it under 55c. Same rule of thumb applies
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@Fear of Oneself,

You made a smal error when adding my clock to the spreadsheet, its 4104 not 4101.

Also, I have heard good things about the board you just got, I would not have thought you would have problems with the DDR2 @ 1066, please post anything you find out about it. I was thinking about getting this board because it has a proven track record, and I have not found enough info on the new 890 chipset to know how it will overclock.
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Damn guys, get your info right.

Running your 955, 965 C3 etc at 62c, its not going to instantly die on you. You would have to be running a hour or more to maybe start feeling the affect of a dieing CPU. Although I don't got proof about the time, it's not going to die when you hit 62c.

My rule of thumb even when Q6600 was at 71c, everyone said keep it under 55c. Same rule of thumb applies
How is our info not right. 62ºc is max temp according to AMD. Duh it'll go higher, but who wants to try that? Plus Intels always have a higher threshold, and I don't know of many people who run their Q6600 under 55ºc. Most people top out a bit higher than that in the 60's, at least from what I've seen.
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The cpu cores and core temperatue doesn't need to be the same if that's what you've meant.
What I mean is that I should consider the temperatures of individual cores for the maximum temperature of 62°. This means that in the case of the 965 C3, "CPU Temp" can stay above these 62, right?
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man i dont get how some people are getting 4.2 ghz on 955 and i cant even get 4 on 965. got to be some funky setting that is off.
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