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HI,

I have a skulltrail mobo and processor temps ar off in the Bios and OS? I am running water on both Qx9775. In OS with HWmontiorin and Speccy the temps are off by 10c from each other. Now this is my second mobo from intel and my other one had same problem.

In the Bios my Thermal Margin reads 53c and 61. Do you think I could have a bad sensor or maybe I am using the wrong Water Blocks that are making my temps like this? I asked intel and they told me that it was fin but I dont think it is because it just not right not have the same temp as the other one. I could see 3-5c off but not 10c or more.


Thanx Spank
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are you trying to say that one of your QX9775's are 10*C hotter than the other? your thread kind of confused me. as for the 10*C difference if you are talking about one cpu being hotter than the other, id think that 10*C was fairly correct as you would hav the heated water from the first cpu entering the second cpu's waterblock. there is already bound to be a difference of temps from the start as no processor is the exact same. when you take that into account then 10*C defference between two processors on the same water cooling loop in series seems pretty normal. my only idea would be to add a radiator between the two cpu's to try and cool some of the first processors heat off the water.
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Sorry for the confusion! Well on the OS says it is 10c from one to the other. In the bios my thermal margin temps are 45c on one and other is 61. I was thinking of getting another pump and rad just for the other side. I had a Y coming out of the Rad going to the Processors and made no difference. Think bigger tubing would help?
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its because they are run in sequence ofc one is going to be hotter if its getting the warmer liquid off the other. put a rad between them or run 2 separate loops if you're THAT bothered. but TBH those temps are more than fine. believe intel.
     
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Well, I want to overclock the mobo and Prcessors. I just dont want the temps to be the problem of a grat overclock with this board. Im sitting at 4.0ghz right now with 1.425 Vcore volts. Id like to hit 4.2 or 4.6 without off set problem of the temps. Think just putting a rad on other processor make a diff?
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Wait.. So you're saying that there is a Y coming off your pump that goes to each CPU individually? I've never seen that, usually it goes Pump > CPU0 > CPU1. You shouldn't see that much of a difference as long as you have a fairly fast pump. Last thing is that since you're running a dual socket configuration is that you probably won't get a huge overclock out of it. The most I've seen stable from a skulltrail motherboard is 4.2.

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I had this setup.... Pump+Res+Rad+Y into the processor and coming out of processors back into another Y into the Northbridge+Res. But I was told that was wrong. The told me to loop it..... It just ddnt seem right to me to camel back a processor. Do you know what vcore they used to get 4.2ghz?
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Sorry, Res+Pump+Rad+Y. I wrote it wrong! lol
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Off topic....Drool.....Skulltrail....sexy
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