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i just put in a p5wd2e prem with a 955 xtream and pc probe is telling me my idea temps are 40c thats way to high. i just took out a p5n32sli deluxe and 100% load after 128hours was a chilly 30c. i have reseated the heatsink and done it 1000's of time before so i know about all that. could it be a diiferance in the boards probes location or calibration? just seems 20c is way to big a differance. i would take a 3-4c +- but this is to much.
also i have a 840d at 3.7ghz and it runs around 60c witha zalman cooler. thats to high too. could my house just be to hot??
    
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Your temps are still within acceptable limits. Where are you getting the idea that 40c and 60c are too high?
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I would tend to think so.
My MSI board was replace with the same board and even reseating HS 3 times after replacing and found that the 2 different same boards had a 6c difference.
I was a little
But oh well, such is life!
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but this is 20C it use to idel at 15-20c on the p5n32 its now 40c on the p5wd2
    
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Well you are still in the safe zone with the temps When you installed something new such as a HSF you may have knocked the Temp probe causing it to misread..it happens sometimes.
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Yes, but he is using water cooling, right remy?

I get 43c idle temps on mine with air.

I just don't know how a board could make that much difference.
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Yes, but he is using water cooling, right remy?

I get 43c idle temps on mine with air.

I just don't know how a board could make that much difference.
right. its in the specs. does anyone have a idea where excatly on the board or under the chip or where ever they put them. heres a thought... could they just caculate the temps using amps draw and volts and resistance from the heat?? cause a thermal resistor works using the resistance caused by heat in a wire and the change in voltage it makes. c my volts are up from 1.22 to 1.42vcore using the auto setting also. ill try setting the voltage lower and see if that helps.
    
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well that didnt work. at 1.28v and declocked to 3.2ghz im at 35c. really pisses me off.
    
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My probe from my stock mobo worked great the first day but after that it kept saying that all of my fans are below threshold.... well at 0 .. and they are working fine.
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