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do you go by the core temp or cpu temp, when checking temps for oc'ing. Is everest better than core-temp .95?
 

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I find core temp to be more accurate, I am unsure where the cpu temp comes into play in everest. I get 30c for both cores but 50 for the cpu temp in everest.
 

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everest is the most accurate IMO (if you were to look on some torrent sites you "might" find a link or two to the most recent edition...ultimate engineer edition...baddddd asssss)

core temp refers to the on die diode
cpu temp refers to the cpu socket temp sensor
 

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Originally Posted by an51r View Post
I find core temp to be more accurate, I am unsure where the cpu temp comes into play in everest. I get 30c for both cores but 50 for the cpu temp in everest.
thats crazy....are you liquid cooling???

Usually the on die diodes are hotter than the socket sensors....
 

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thats crazy....are you liquid cooling???

Usually the on die diodes are hotter than the socket sensors....
I have a brisbane core and I do not think my board supports the new process correctly yet, even with the newest bios.
 

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I have a brisbane core and I do not think my board supports the new process correctly yet, even with the newest bios.
ahhhh.... that would make more sense.
 

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ahhhh.... that would make more sense.
Yah I really wish I did know what my temps where, lol, but I have a feeling I will be pleasantly surprised when I do find out cause I constantly think they are to high and lap and reseat and change cooling configs.
 
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