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post #1201 of 5036
i have tested 6 programs 5 say 41ºc and Everest says 50/51ºc so i am stiking with what everest says until a new bios update that fixes this. I want to push this sucker even more but i do not want to give more volts because of temps...
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Ah well so be it as it is with your own experience.

For me on this board all monitors report the same temperatures, across the board. No difference except maybe 1c because of report rates.

I too am awaiting further BIOS updates, but I fear the current may perhaps be the last on this board!
    
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i have tested 6 programs 5 say 41ºc and Everest says 50/51ºc so i am stiking with what everest says until a new bios update that fixes this. I want to push this sucker even more but i do not want to give more volts because of temps...
Have you tried the RC Tweak It program for monitoring the BIOS from another computer through the ROG connect USB cable which came with the CHIV?

I get the same temperatures from all windows programs, and the same from RC Tweak It. And if you notice in the screenshot.....the reading from core temp is the same as the readings from HWMonitors core readings. Therefore I go by the CPU temp, like I said.

Why would you be waiting for a BIOS update when 0905 is new and works perfect?

RC Tweak It reads 18c on my CPU this morning, just like HWMonitior and PC ProbeII. Go with what works.


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The setup waiting on the 5870 to arrive on Monday so I can Eyefinity and use all 3 monitors along with 2xAgility 2's to put into Raid 0 so I can finally start the machine.


Looks good!!
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i have tested 6 programs 5 say 41ºc and Everest says 50/51ºc so i am stiking with what everest says until a new bios update that fixes this. I want to push this sucker even more but i do not want to give more volts because of temps...
Right on man. Everest is accurate.


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Have you tried the RC Tweak It program for monitoring the BIOS from another computer through the ROG connect USB cable which came with the CHIV?

I get the same temperatures from all windows programs, and the same from RC Tweak It. And if you notice in the screenshot.....the reading from core temp is the same as the readings from HWMonitors core readings. Therefore I go by the CPU temp, like I said.

Why would you be waiting for a BIOS update when 0905 is new and works perfect?

RC Tweak It reads 18c on my CPU this morning, just like HWMonitior and PC ProbeII. Go with what works.




Looks good!!
As said before core temp is off by 10c. Stop tricking yourself.
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So what is everyone saying, that your core temps are 10c hotter, even when they are 37c load but CPU socket load is 41c. Is that what you're saying?

So then my cores are actually 6c hotter than my socket temps?

Because all of the Phenom II's had cores that reported lower temperatures, this is not just indicative of 1055T's....
    
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Everest , core temp, and HW monitor all report the exact same "core temps", which can be seen in the screenshot in my last post, and should be ignored as I said.

The temperature to watch is the one labeled CPU (in some cases TEMPIN0 or 1) in HWMonitor, which is exactly the same as the BIOS' cpu reading.
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Everest , core temp, and HW monitor all report the exact same "core temps", which can be seen in the screenshot in my last post, and should be ignored as I said.

The temperature to watch is the one labeled CPU (in some cases TEMPIN0 or 1) in HWMonitor, which is exactly the same as the BIOS reading.
I don't get how people don't understand this and keep implying that the core temps are at issue....
    
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I know what you mean...and I also love how some people don't even read what was just posted before they go replying with something stupid like telling me to stop tricking myself.

EDIT: I'm sorry jj775, that was uncalled for. What I meant to say was maybe you should re-read my previous post. Perhaps I didn't make myself clear enough.
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I know what you mean...and I also love how some people don't even read what was just posted before they go replying with something stupid like telling me to stop tricking myself.

EDIT: I'm sorry jj775, that was uncalled for. What I meant to say was maybe you should re-read my previous post. Perhaps I didn't make myself clear enough.
Saying core temp is correct is misleading. As core temp is reporting the cpu temp to be 5c, while it is really 23c. Also in everest you do not have the cpu sensor on. You can see I have it on in my screenshot below.

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Saying core temp is correct is misleading. As core temp is reporting the cpu temp to be 5c, while it is really 23c. Also in everest you do not have the cpu sensor on. You can see I have it on in my screenshot below.

I am so lost on what any of that means or was meant to conclude....
    
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