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No. He's probably not used to seeing all the worker threads in the same window. But you should use RealTemp 3.67 as it works with Sandy Bridge correctly. =)

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That's not a bad voltage for a 2600k at that speed.
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lol for 4.7 I need 1.390v, you guys are lucky -_-
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No. He's probably not used to seeing all the worker threads in the same window. But you should use RealTemp 3.67 as it works with Sandy Bridge correctly. =)
Are you saying that some programs don't work with SB? What about core temp? That's what I've been using
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Some programs need updating to work with SB.
Cpu-Z doesn't read vcore properly on B3 gigabyte boards, thus you need to use HWinfo32. HWmonitor apparently does work, but it reports two vcores, "Vcore" as VTT and "cpu" as the vcore :/

Realtemp 3.67 works fully with SB, as well as the latest throttlestop.
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Ah, gotcha. I like Realtemp because it works with my CPU meter widget lol
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