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I've heard numerous things about the way Thubans report temps and which stat in HWmon represents the CPU. My 1090T is fairly new, so I don't know if it's considered one of the chips that underestimates its temps by 10C. Looking at this HWmon screen, would y'all say that TMPIN2 is representing the CPU?

Also, bonus question: I'm using PhenomMsrTweaker to manage my power settings while overclocking. My current performance profile sets the CPU voltage to 1.40v and the multiplier to 19.5, yet CPU-Z reads something closer to 1.44-1.46; I assume CPU-Z is more accurate?
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CPU-Z and HWMon are reading the same core voltage, except CPU-Z shows three digits after the decimal while HWmon only shows 2.
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So if the real voltage is 1.46, I'm pretty close to the practical limit of what I should need to be putting through the chip? I haven't tried 4GHz at that voltage yet, just been priming 3.9GHz.
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Originally Posted by CFG9000 View Post
So if the real voltage is 1.46, I'm pretty close to the practical limit of what I should need to be putting through the chip? I haven't tried 4GHz at that voltage yet, just been priming 3.9GHz.
That's something I don't know. I mean, I don't know AMD's stuff, so I don't know their limits and ranges.
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Yea, I definitely need some AMD gurus in here, especially Thuban owners. I'm a little concerned about the TMPIN2 temp if that's the real CPU temp. Even with the overclock, it seems high for a Corsair H70. Maybe I need to upgrade the fans on the radiator.
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Originally Posted by CFG9000 View Post
I've heard numerous things about the way Thubans report temps and which stat in HWmon represents the CPU. My 1090T is fairly new, so I don't know if it's considered one of the chips that underestimates its temps by 10C. Looking at this HWmon screen, would y'all say that TMPIN2 is representing the CPU?

Also, bonus question: I'm using PhenomMsrTweaker to manage my power settings while overclocking. My current performance profile sets the CPU voltage to 1.40v and the multiplier to 19.5, yet CPU-Z reads something closer to 1.44-1.46; I assume CPU-Z is more accurate?
Up till just a week ago the rule was to read the CPU Socket temp and not exceed 55c for stability. This was because of the inaccurate temp moitor within the chip, but here's a link for the latest and greatest new info http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/93...out-1090t.html
If you read through it you'll see how it is explained, but to me with some debate among users on OCN. Myself I'm staying under 55c on the CPU Socket temps for a bit yet till the dust settles a bit with this new discovery lol.

As for your Socket temps I'd say yes that your TMPIN2 is your socket temp. Here's a snip of how mine reads at similar Vcore but I'm using the Pro Version which is Labeled to give you a comparison against. Hope this helps.
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post #7 of 7
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Seems a little high for what I was reading from H70 reviews. Maybe I need to replace the stock fans?
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