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is there a spot to plug a temp sensor into this board? im getting water cooling for my computer, and i was thinking of getting a temp sensor for the reservoir.. didnt know if i should get it or not
That depends. There is not a temp sensor plug but there are some gadgets that can change the temp to and RPM and then a program that can convert it back. IIRC
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So... No suggestions about how to find my core temp with ACC enabled?
I've tried Everest Home, Speedfan, and other 3rd party temp sensors as well as AOD which crashed my hardware. Anything else to monitor my core/CPU temperature(s)?
    
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Heres the video to what i was talking about, I cant boot with 2800+ NB speed with ACC set to auto because it makes the click and hangs with my GPU fan and CPU fan at 100% and the only way i can get the computer to respond is to clear the CMOS.
edit...in the vid i set the NB to x13 just to show you guys.


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Heres the video to what i was talking about, I cant boot with 2800+ NB speed with ACC set to auto because it makes the click and hangs with my GPU fan and CPU fan at 100% and the only way i can get the computer to respond is to clear the CMOS.
edit...in the vid i set the NB to x13 just to show you guys.

YouTube- MVI_0626.AVI
This happened to me without the click.
I cleared the CMOS, rebooted into the OS, then shut down. I disconnected the power supply, opened up the case and checked all connections. Then I booted into BIOS, reset my RAM timings and my voltages and rebooted into BIOS again. THEN I unlocked my 4th core (which involves setting ACC to auto) and booted into the OS. Worked out fine so far. Good luck.
    
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This happened to me without the click.
I cleared the CMOS, rebooted into the OS, then shut down. I disconnected the power supply, opened up the case and checked all connections. Then I booted into BIOS, reset my RAM timings and my voltages and rebooted into BIOS again. THEN I unlocked my 4th core (which involves setting ACC to auto) and booted into the OS. Worked out fine so far. Good luck.
Well its the click and the fact that the power turns off for a bit and comes back on that has me worried...i have ACC disabled and when i boot its fine no flash of light no clicks no fans reving up either.
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Added my system on there, i haven't messed around too much with my NB yet - mostly been trying to get everything stable. That video sounds like you're in the back of a C-130 haha.
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Well its the click and the fact that the power turns off for a bit and comes back on that has me worried...i have ACC disabled and when i boot its fine no flash of light no clicks no fans reving up either.
I guess your solution is to keep ACC off until you can ask a pro. Sorry, man. Why did you have it on anyway? Unlocking the L3 cache?
    
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So... No suggestions about how to find my core temp with ACC enabled?
I've tried Everest Home, Speedfan, and other 3rd party temp sensors as well as AOD which crashed my hardware. Anything else to monitor my core/CPU temperature(s)?
I believe that when you enable ACC it shuts down the coretemp sensor. When I tried it on mine, it just went straight to zero. Mine unlocked but the 4th core wasn't stable, the IMC is bad as far as I can tell.
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I believe that when you enable ACC it shuts down the coretemp sensor. When I tried it on mine, it just went straight to zero. Mine unlocked but the 4th core wasn't stable, the IMC is bad as far as I can tell.
My fourth is stable on 2.8. I was going to step up to 3.0, but without a way to enable the diode, I don't think I can get past stock safely with four cores.

My Speedfan temps are Remote1, remote2, Local, and Temp 1,2,and 3. I had Core, but that went to 0. Are any of the others of use? I know Temp 1 spikes a lot when I stress test.
    
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When you enable the locked cores is when your core temps don't read. I use Hardware monitor. Disabling ACC did nothing for reading core temps. 0c either way.
    
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