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try coretemp / real temp, thats what most of the guys on ocn use, besides hwmon i believe. all three are great apps to show you the coretemp about as accurate as it gets
I'm using coretemp now. All core temps seem to match AIDA's for the most part. The thing is individual cores are showing higher in msi control center than coretemp/aida but the overall (I'm guessing surface reading) temp is higher in aida. I imagine it is the core temps that matter though.

Core 4 (or Core 3 if you start from 0) is ~8 degrees higher than the rest at all times as shown in core temp. Perhaps that is the one closest to the memory controller or the one Windows uses for its processes. Unfortunately if I go by that temp it puts me at 45 degrees idle instead of 37 or 38. I'm not sure I like that as an idle temp. Also MSI control center is putting my cores @ 45,43,43,40 with core 4 being the lowest temp. Weird. What do you guys think? Do I need to upgrade my cooling?
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I'm using coretemp now. All core temps seem to match AIDA's for the most part. The thing is individual cores are showing higher in msi control center than coretemp/aida but the overall (I'm guessing surface reading) temp is higher in aida. I imagine it is the core temps that matter though.

Core 4 (or Core 3 if you start from 0) is ~8 degrees higher than the rest at all times as shown in core temp. Perhaps that is the one closest to the memory controller or the one Windows uses for its processes. Unfortunately if I go by that temp it puts me at 45 degrees idle instead of 37 or 38. I'm not sure I like that as an idle temp. Also MSI control center is putting my cores @ 45,43,43,40 with core 4 being the lowest temp. Weird. What do you guys think? Do I need to upgrade my cooling?
depending on your load temps, i would eventually suggest upgrading to a slightly better cooler, the 9500 is kinda dated but if it doesn't go upwards to 70s then your fine to be honest.
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post #64 of 1895
explain bro!!!

too much volts?


i had 1.63 on mine and it was fine
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explain bro!!!

too much volts?


i had 1.63 on mine and it was fine
I'll give the story, but have you every tried using a DMM to read the vcore. On my board, it reads a lot higher than what is shown in windows or even in the bios. At low bios vcore it's not that much different, at high bios vcore, there is a huge diffference.

So on to the story. Yesterday when I was messing around trying to do some 3D benches, I had the ram at 1600. That speed seems to work well with no issues. The 1866 and 2133 settings typically don't work at or or don't work well.

So I was playing around with 3dmark 01 and decided to give 1866 a shot. Well, first I tried 2133, but it wouldn't boot. So after trying 1866, it crashed on me pretty quick. SO then I set SA voltage to like 1.26v i think and as soon as the bench started, it crashed again. So I figured I'd lower it to 1.24 and see what happens. Before I could change it, the bios had some strange artifacts and then it froze on me. After restarting, I managed to lower SA volts to 1.24 or something like that.

After lowering volts, I ran 01 again and this time the computer completely turned off. Normally I'll get the bsod, or some other normal crashing scenario, but this time it was completely different, it was something that I had never seen before.

I called it a night after a few failed attempts at getting it to turn on. Then today I messed with it some. I tried clearing cmos and switching out ram, etc... Nothing worked. The mb turns on, the blue leds light up and fans power on, but thats as far as it goes. All the hardware works fine on three different x58 rigs. So I've come to the conclusion that either the chip died, or the motherboard, but I think it's the chip.
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depending on your load temps, i would eventually suggest upgrading to a slightly better cooler, the 9500 is kinda dated but if it doesn't go upwards to 70s then your fine to be honest.
Yeah the 9500 is kinda dated but I felt the bigger Zalmans would not fit in my case. I only have a few mm clearance as it is.

Load temps (gaming/emulation ) appear to max out around 61-62. Prime95 load I see 82-83 but Prime95 is not a real world temp IMO.
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I'm pretty confident i killed my 2600k last night .
Sorry to hear that. GL on the RMA Let us know if Intel is cool with an exchange
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I cant install the control centre
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don't worry, it is useless
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