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Ours are very close...mine is exactly the same # as yours except it ends in 247. Co_oL

EDIT: I need to get a scanner or a good camera.
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Goin lower
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Nice temps, but which one is the socket temp?

Here is a nice screenshot that came with my cpu.

My temps will be much lower with water.
Edited by ny_driver - 6/12/10 at 4:51pm
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Nice temps, but which one is the socket temp?

Here is a nice screenshot that came with my cpu.

My temps will be much lower with water.
Im not sure, but I saw in another thread the TMPIN0 = mobo, TMPIN1 = CPU, and I guess that leave TMPIN2 = NB (if thats what you are asking).

Forgot to say that it failed after ~6 hours. I think that it just got too hot in my room. Probably wasnt the best time to test it since from 4-7pm the sun hits my room and just cooks it. I left for a while and when I walked back in I saw it crash so I didnt catch the temps.
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I really like how this CPU fails OC. It's a lot more graceful than my 955 that would just freeze or BSOD.
 
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Im not sure, but I saw in another thread the TMPIN0 = mobo, TMPIN1 = CPU, and I guess that leave TMPIN2 = NB (if thats what you are asking).

Forgot to say that it failed after ~6 hours. I think that it just got too hot in my room. Probably wasnt the best time to test it since from 4-7pm the sun hits my room and just cooks it. I left for a while and when I walked back in I saw it crash so I didnt catch the temps.
I'd have to say in my picture TEMPIN2 cannot be the socket temp or it would be dead---I hope it wasn't anyways. I'm pretty sure it wouldn't pass any testing @ 128c. I have to believe that what those temps are varies by the motherboard, or perhaps that temp sensor on that guys mobo is buggy. I think the socket temp is usually going to be only a little bit higher that the cores.

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I really like how this CPU fails OC. It's a lot more graceful than my 955 that would just freeze or BSOD.
Another 1013CPCW brother.......
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I'm having the craziest problem with this new mobo.

Socket temps can rise up to 70 degrees under Prime Blend
Core temps around 45

Weird thing is, I set the BIOS alarm to go off after 60 degrees and it never does when the socket temp reads above 60 in Windows. I was even able to run 150 Linx passes and 12 hours of Prime blend without hearing the alarm go off.

I don't know what to believe
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I'm having the craziest problem with this new mobo.

Socket temps can rise up to 70 degrees under Prime Blend
Core temps around 45

Weird thing is, I set the BIOS alarm to go off after 60 degrees and it never does when the socket temp reads above 60 in Windows. I was even able to run 150 Linx passes and 12 hours of Prime blend without hearing the alarm go off.

I don't know what to believe
Maybe the program your using to show temps is showing incorrect temps and in reality your socket temps are under 60c
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Reran it overnight.

10h Prime Blend
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Nice Yogi! I'm going to try running 2 instances of prime blend just for fun.
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