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post #11 of 15
well what i think you should do is give it 1.5v and up it to 2.7ghz :] it will handle it just make sure he htt is at 3x :]
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Originally Posted by cmiani
I went to stock speed 200x12 and it is still hanging around 54-55 c.
and i re-applied the thermal paste, as someone suggested, just a thin layer.

i think this CPU just run hotter than others......
would love to try water-cooling...but i am pretty much out of money!!

maybe should have sticked with x2 3800.

That's weird about your temps, especially afeter you go back to stock and still hitting 55C. Are you sur that the heatsink is installed and mounted correctly? When you pulled it up to redo the thermal paste did the old paste look like it was making good contact with everything? What does the bios report your temps as? And lastly use a few different software programs to read your temps in Windows. Programs like- Everest, Speedfan, SiSoft Sandra, and several others can read your temps from Windows. You can download most of em here. www.guru3d.com
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And lastly use a few different software programs to read your temps in Windows. Programs like- Everest, Speedfan, SiSoft Sandra, and several others can read your temps from Windows. You can download most of em here. www.guru3d.com

However, they are all likely to read from the same probes, so if there is something wrong with the reading on one software program, its likely to appear in all of them.
    
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I agree with Yeababy, confirm temps through bios, and then try other programs
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However, they are all likely to read from the same probes, so if there is something wrong with the reading on one software program, its likely to appear in all of them.

Not necessarily true. On my rig In my sig Sandra would read different from Everest. On a Jetway-SLI, 3200+ Winchester, sytem I built for someone I recall one of the programs reading insane temps of like 143C on my cpu while all the others read a normal value. So yes they all due read the same sensors but how they intepret the data can make a difference.

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