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Anybody using the E6300 with the Gigabyte DS4??<br />
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i'm having some problems with temps and would like to find out if its due to this combination.<br />
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What kind of temp problems are you having? Make sure that the HSF is tightened down enough.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">Anybody using the E6300 with the Gigabyte DS4??<br />
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i'm having some problems with temps and would like to find out if its due to this combination.<br />
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Thx</div>

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</div>hey can you link me to newegg with your ds4?
 

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Stock heatsink + fan = 56C idle - 65C load<br />
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Zalman = 47C idle - 57C load<br />
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these are far too high considering i have no OC and intel say max temp is 61.5C<br />
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<div style="font-style:italic">hey can you link me to newegg with your ds4?</div>

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</div>what do you mean?
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">Stock heatsink + fan = 56C idle - 65C load<br />
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Zalman = 47C idle - 57C load<br />
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these are far too high considering i have no OC and intel say max temp is 61.5C<br />
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what do you mean?</div>

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</div>where did you buy it.
 

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<a href="http://www.scan.co.uk" target="_blank">www.scan.co.uk</a>
 

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Are you using Intel's Temp Analysis Tool, or are you reading the temps from Speedfan or some proprietary thing?
 

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Hmm, I don't see why your temps would be affected by your mobo... so I agree with bdattilo, check that your thermal paste and heatsink are properly fitted.
 

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Make sure you double check your vCore in the BIOS. Something may be amiss there.
 

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this is using TAT<br />
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heatsink fan thermal paste Vcore all checked and fine
 

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Use TAT or core temp program, the conroe runs a lot hotter than any of the other cpu's, mine loads at 58c. it has been up in the 60's. there thermal limits are rated in the 80's.
 

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your wrong about the 80's<br />
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<div style="font-style:italic">The maximum operating temperature of the Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Duo processor E6300 is 61.4 degrees Celsius</div>

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</div>No I think he's right. This is using Intel's TAT which measures the cpu differently than say speedfan.
 
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