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post #31 of 102
What program are you using to monitor temps?
Your setup there looks fine to me, nothing thats screaming out overheat.

The CPU fan is indeed spinning?
Edited by Lost-boi - 1/11/11 at 8:44am
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post #32 of 102
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Using the one that comes with the asus disk. Interestingly I touched the coils on the hs and theyre not hot when it's claiming 80c, atleast its not as hot as it would be. My AMD 5000+ hsf would be moderately hot to touch when it was about 55c, this would feel like 45-50c if I had to guess.

I'll download that one of the programs that was suggested and report back in a sec
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Using the one that comes with the asus disk. Interestingly I touched the coils on the hs and theyre not hot when it's claiming 80c, atleast its not as hot as it would be. My AMD 5000+ hsf would be moderately hot to touch when it was about 55c, this would feel like 45-50c if I had to guess.

I'll download that one of the programs that was suggested and report back in a sec
Yea. At 80C you should definitely feel that heatsink a bit. 80C = 176F which is definitely above warm. The inside of a car on a summer day gets to about 130F!

Either:

The stock heatsink is absolute crap and isn't drawing heat off the CPU.

Your sensors are bad.

Whatever program you're using isn't accurate.
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post #34 of 102
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Originally Posted by Snypa View Post
Using the one that comes with the asus disk.
lol wow. NEVER USE ASUS UTILITYS!
Try the trial of AIDA64! http://www.aida64.com/downloads

Realtemp is another great one!
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tested both with the asus monitor one and now coretemp, both read the same except coretemp showed what the individual cores was highest core was 77 and lowest was 74, asus said the temps was 77 so it mustve just been reading the highest core.
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try one or both of the programs I listed.
I havent trusted coretemp since socket 939.
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post #37 of 102
The heatsink is crap. Don't use that. When I purchase the I7 930, it's the same heat sink. It doesn't draw the heat away from the chip. I used to get 80C and above the heatsink is not even warm to the touch. I use HWmonitor to get the temp.
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post #38 of 102
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Getting same temps from aida64 also. I did update to the newest bios (asus p8p67 beta bios), maybe that has something to do with it?

But now that I think back, the temps when I first installed these parts and was in bios was still 50c's, and that was before AND after I installed the new bios, so I don't think that could be it
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post #39 of 102
Wow, looks like the stock cooler for SB is just junk.
Who uses the stock cooler anyways when you can get something starting at 20 bucks.
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Post somehow got posted twice, OCN has been screwy since last night.
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