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Just unlocked mine(recieved it today). All my temps show up as 0 Celcius. Looks like I'll be flying blind for now. Won't be upping the clocks until I get a decent cooler.

Is there a certain difference between dual and quad(+ X degrees)

Thanks
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I'm not sure how well this plays out, but everest shows a cpu temp and a core temp. Under load, the core temp is 10-11°C less than the cpu temp. I'm not sure if the same would apply when it's unlocked, but that's what I have been doing.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mikecdm View Post
I'm not sure how well this plays out, but everest shows a cpu temp and a core temp. Under load, the core temp is 10-11°C less than the cpu temp. I'm not sure if the same would apply when it's unlocked, but that's what I have been doing.
Mikecmd: that's great news. It's what I've been experiencing w/ my util although it was in reverse i.e. my software was 10-11°C higher. Thanks!
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I'm not sure how well this plays out, but everest shows a cpu temp and a core temp. Under load, the core temp is 10-11°C less than the cpu temp. I'm not sure if the same would apply when it's unlocked, but that's what I have been doing.
Mike I never checked stock x2 temps so I'm not sure where I'm at temp wise.
I'm getting like 37c idle and 52c full load CPU temp in EasyTune6's newest version.
Do you have it installed?
If so how do the CPU temp readings compare to your other readings?
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I never used that easy tune thing. Does it actually read temps when it's unlocked to quad core? I haven't found anything that actually works. Core temp and everest both show 0 for the temp.

I might give it a try later on. I use that computer only when I'm in the mood to mess with the clocks. For everything else I use my intel rig.
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It gives a CPU temp, I downloaded the newest version from Gigabyte.
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Mike I never checked stock x2 temps so I'm not sure where I'm at temp wise.
I'm getting like 37c idle and 52c full load CPU temp in EasyTune6's newest version.
Do you have it installed?
If so how do the CPU temp readings compare to your other readings?
James: I was receiving ~44c (OCCT/AMD Overdrive) and ~55c (EZ-Tune6) when I maxed (100%) two cores (Prime95 and OCCT). When I unlocked the cores OCCT, CoreTemp and Overdrive all showed 0c while EZ-Tune still worked, although I'm assuming it's still ~10c higher than actual. When I max 4 cores via Prime95 or OCCT I get low 60c in EZ-Tune which should be low 50c actual - or so I hope.
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I just tried 3.6Ghz at 1.375v and ET6 temp hit 60c after 2 minutes of OCCT and blue screened. I think I'm going to just leave it at 3.2Ghz till I get some better cooling.
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Here you go, exactly as I thought. Eazy tune 6 measures the cpu temp, which is around 10°C higher than the core temp. When using 2 cores, the core temp has a reading. When using 4 cores, there is no core reading.

I tried various voltages and speeds to see if the temp was consistant and in my case it was. Under load, cpu temp was 10-11°C higer than the core temp. The core temp was the temp we usually consider when we mention our temp. I found that it was usually 11°C higher but at times it would drop to 10°C, Never was it less than 10°C difference, while under load.

However, I don't know if the same difference still applies when using 4 cores. The best way to figure this out would be to ask someone with a 955be or 940be to show a comparison. I still don't know how accurate it would be, but it'd give me an idea if the cpu temp is still 10°C higher than core.

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Chart has been updated for the most part. I'm missing alot of NB speeds though I'm thinking to just hide the column.
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