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post #1 of 5
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So my E6800 has that lovely bug where the temperature readings are frozen at 41+, and absolutely nothing will drop them below 41c. Therefore, I can't get an accurate CPU temp reading in any program. Since I've yet to find any form of fix for this, I have a fan controller with temp probes and I was wondering where I can place it to get the most accurate reading.

My first problem, however, is that I can't exactly place a probe "on" or "in" any part of the heatsink, because I'm using an H50 on a socket 775 board. There's really no visible overhang or room for me to tape/wedge the temp probe in. I know its really not safe to slap the probe directly onto the cpu, but how else can I get a good reading? I'm overclocked to 3.83 from 3.33, and I'd kill to finally know my real idle temps...
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post #2 of 5
Well, if i'm right in thinking, the temps actually go above 41c though don't they, so you can see your on load temps. If that's the case, what does it matter?
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Have you tried taking out your cpu from it's socket and then putting it back in? My i5 got that bug and doing that seemed to fix it. It was stuck at 30c on all 4 cores, I even put it under load using Intel burn test and it still didn't show anything above 30c. lol.
     
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I have two core on mine that will not drop below 40c & 41c and 1 other that will not go under 27c. I don't worry about them as these temps are @ idle and load temps work fine and that's what counts.
    
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post #5 of 5
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I tried reseating it before, no change. And yeah, the temps will display above 41c under load, but its just really annoying that both cores get stuck at 41. In any case though, I'd still love for my probe to have an accurate reading... if not for the sake of idle temps, then at least for the sake of displaying my load temps on my front panel.

I read somewhere to put one directly behind the cpu on the other side of the board, which I did, but that was a pretty lame idea as the load temps don't even remotely match up
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Samsung 840 Pro Samsung Spinpoint F3 Noctua NH-D14 Windows 8.1 x64 
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Acer XB270HU HP ZR2440W CoolerMaster Quickfire TK (reds) Corsair HX650 
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