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post #1231 of 5036
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Ah sorry, my bad! Ok, now tried AMD Overdrive and I've got board temperatures of ~40C after 15 minutes under full load.

If that's a more reasonable estimate of the running temperatures, then I'm immensely impressed!
Don't confuse motherboard/system temp with CPU temp measured from the motherboard. For example, my motherboard has 3 temperature sensors:
temp1: Motherboard/SB temp
temp2: CPU temp
temp3: NB temp

These are in addition to the inaccurate core temp.

Post a HWMonitor, CoreTemp, or SpeedFan screenshot. On Ubuntu, you can run "sensors" from the command line, add a sensors applet to your panel or install any number of other GUI tools to display the information.
post #1232 of 5036
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There we go.
Looks like TMPIN0 is CPU temperature for you.
post #1233 of 5036
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There we go.
Now figure out which of the TMPIN0,1, or 2 is the CPU by running some stress tests and watching which one goes up accordingly.

Adding an offset of 10c may not be quite right for your cpu. The amount the sensors are off varies. The rule of thumb is to go by the CPU temp(TMPIN0, or 1 probably).
Edited by ny_driver - 7/24/10 at 4:03pm
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Ok guys looking for a little feedback. Just picked up this bad boy and popped it in my TA785GE 128m. Not a fancy board but Biostars seem to overclock well. I got it at 3.6, heres a screen how are my temps and are the voltages too high, btw hwmonitor is reporting the chip is pulling 140w, is that correct.

For vcore all I did was drop VID to 1.35 and bumped up voltage by .05 (my bios just lets you raise by .05v increments)
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post #1235 of 5036
with 1.48v you can do 3.8/3.9GHz easy
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Whats the real vcore as when its idle it shows 1.44, then jumps up under load. I'm having trouble getting 3.8 stable, was getting bsod or intel burn test would fail.

I have the NB and HT running at 1.6. Kind of stuck but going to play some more, any ideas?
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post #1237 of 5036
1.6v is way to much.... enable LLC on the board man... and lower vNB to 1.35/1.4v is more then enough to give you 300FSB
post #1238 of 5036
I leave my NB voltage on auto and it pumps 1.52v steadily when set to 3000MHz.
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post #1239 of 5036
Sorry guys i meant the speed, 1.6ghz, dropped it down to keep the HT from OC'ing to high. I guess that means they are at an 8x multi.

Not sure what LLC is I'll have a look.
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post #1240 of 5036
LLC is Load Line Calibration it helps a lot the Vcore to be more stable. HT Link should be around 2400MHz and mem frequency to 3000MHz to get maximum performance
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