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125 Celsius Readings 2500K - New Build

post #1 of 6
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Hello,

I have just finished OC'ing my new computer today, here are the specs:
  • 2500k OCed to 4.7 ghz
  • ASUS P8P67 Pro MOBO
  • 8GB ripjaws ddr3 1.5v
  • HAF X with 4 200mm fans and 1 140mm fan at back
  • Noctua U12P cooler set in Push/Pull Horizontally
  • Well applied thermal paste
  • XFX 6950 2GB GPU
  • Corsair Pro HX 850 PSU

Speedfan: CPU: 124 degrees celsius constant under NO load. Reads all 4 cores at 18 degrees.
It also says on speedfan that my 12V rail only has 6.6V on it.

ASUS AI suite 2: CPU: 30 degrees on slight load, everything else wonderful

GPU-Z : GPU at low 30s constant

CPU-Z: No problems seen

Realtemp: 29-31 degrees Celsius for CPU with a max of 36. (It's also warm in the room)

I haven't tried prime95 after OC'ing obviously. I'm pretty sure it's a faulty reading, as my computer has been on for +1hour. A physical test of my running my hand around the case tells me my airflow is awesome and temperatures cool.

Also, stupid question, but in CPU-Z, where does it say overall CPU frequency (speed)? All I see is either 2500k at stock, or core 0 at 1600mhz.

What's going on?
Edited by Integrand - 1/28/11 at 2:54pm
    
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post #2 of 6
Speed fan is messed up. Your CPU cores can't be 18c and the CPU 125c.
    
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post #3 of 6
speedfan sucks as far as temp reading goes. /end.
    
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Download hwmonitor, much better. Your voltage readings (besides vcore) are going to be very inaccurate. The only way to truly read them is with a multimeter.


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Rely on RealTemp and HWMonitor and call it a day..also get that Prime stable
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How high should my CPU temps go if I leave prime95 for 15mins? 20 mins? more?

I was planning to do large FFTs or blend.


Thanks!
    
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