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post #61 of 79
well look:





a little bit of evidence :S
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post #62 of 79
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thats trippy as hell. does the bios give the same reading?? if it does i think u have some heat sensor issues.
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post #63 of 79
yeah, its the same in the bios. It was absolutely fine before i installed this fan, it was just after i posted about how lapped it was! you think i should underclock and try to get it into the minus numbers
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post #64 of 79
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ok, either u have a SUPREME air cooler (highly doubt this) or you have a heat sensor issue. maybe instead of 4.0 it should be 40? idk this is really wierd to me and its not eeven mine
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post #65 of 79
lol yeah its pretty strange eh? maybe my chip is just super efficient?
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yea, thats a little too efficient. LOL, but seriously whats that in farenheit like 45?? do u have a heater in ur house at all?
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post #67 of 79
lol yeah. The radiators are on, and its a comfortable temperature in here.


It isnt 4 degrees
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post #68 of 79
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ok, im out of ideas then. the temp sensor is failing or some how u have phase change in a heatsink and fan. if u do have the phase change heatsink send it my way. i give u $2.95 for it
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post #69 of 79
Within SpeedFan there should be an option to change temperature readings to either "diode" or "thermistor". If you see the option (I don't rember where it is) change over to thermistor reading because this is the actual die temperature and is supposedly more accurate.

Also try RESEATING your CPU, reflashing your BIOS and clearing the CMOS.

FYI setting the wrong options in Speedfan may prevent other programs from correctly reading CPU temperature.
post #70 of 79
lol its just an arctic coolingt freezer 64 pro. It has heat pipes

I just seted my hsf on there PERFECTLY. im not changing it I cant find that thermistor setting either? hmmm.
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