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You what i am glad you asked me that because i was about to start a new tread on my temps. the reason for it, on my 965 each core temps were at 94F thats overclocked at 4.0ghz at adverage load, but now sense i put in the 1090t my core temps at 4.2ghz runs no higher then 75F at adverage load. i did use a little more thermal grease maybe on this chip, than i used on my 965, but the ultimate question is WHY??????
Can be several reasons really.

Maybe your 965 setting, the waterblock was not properly seated, maybe there was an air bubble in the TIM between the water block and the CPU, ambient temps have a lot to do with it also. It can be any number of reasons.

Also, temp monitoring software have a tendency of mis-reading actual temps on the hexa cores. Try using the BIOS reading as a guide. I use Aida64 which gives me an accurate CPU temp reading but the core temps are low. See if your MOBO manufacturer has a temp monitoring software that you can install and try reading off of that.
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Can be several reasons really.

Maybe your 965 setting, the waterblock was not properly seated, maybe there was an air bubble in the TIM between the water block and the CPU, ambient temps have a lot to do with it also. It can be any number of reasons.

Also, temp monitoring software have a tendency of mis-reading actual temps on the hexa cores. Try using the BIOS reading as a guide. I use Aida64 which gives me an accurate CPU temp reading but the core temps are low. See if your MOBO manufacturer has a temp monitoring software that you can install and try reading off of that.
sorry for ignorance, what is TIM?

Actually, i use core temp for my software. i'll try using (Aida64) to see what happens, also, i'll look on gigabyte web to see if i can find any temp monitoring software too. thank you for the advice.

Edit: by the way what are your temps?
    
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sorry for ignorance, what is TIM?

Actually, i use core temp for my software. i'll try using (Aida64) to see what happens, also, i'll look on gigabyte web to see if i can find any temp monitoring software too. thank you for the advice.

Edit: by the way what are your temps?
TIM = Thermal Interface Material... thermal paste/grease (as in Artic Silver 5 and such).

If you are using CoreTemp, did you use the "Offset" feature? That software will read about 10-13 degrees C LESS than what the real reading is.

I have high ambient temps here in Puerto Rico but on idle I am about 36*C (96.8*F) and at load (Prime95 and such) at about 54*C (129*F). My ambients will be about 80-85*F more or less. When I game I am at about 43*C average (109*F).
Edited by Kahbrohn - 2/18/11 at 9:37am
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Check your temps in bios/then compare your Coretemp at idle.Use the offset feature to adjust to the same as your bios reading(make sure system is idling).You should now have a reasonably accurate Coretemp reading.
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Check your temps in bios/then compare your Coretemp at idle.Use the offset feature to adjust to the same as your bios reading(make sure system is idling).You should now have a reasonably accurate Coretemp reading.
Thanks for jumping in there bro... Much better explanation than mine!
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Gentlemen I have a problem...I have a m4a79 deluxe and just upgraded the bios to the most recent on asus and tried to add my new amd 1090t...then ran into a problem...post fine in startup will boot to windows 7 ultimate 32...will even restart at log in screen...then it goes down hill...when trying to run anything but going to control panel nothing happens...go to system and windows doesnt update to the new cpu and doesnt see the ram and wont show that i have genuine windows...cant get to the device manager unless i hard reset...then i can get to device manager and see the cpu in the device menu....i put my old 955 be back in and boom no problem...can anyone point me in the direction of help for this??...i did just recently order a crosshair 4 formula but was hoping to figure this out too.
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