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    AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    Hey guys...Ive recently built a new comp with the help from some of you guys here and I was wondering are these nomal temps for a stock cooled AMD Phenom II 720 BE @ Stock clocks.


    Speedfan results...
    IDLE : LOAD
    Temp 1 = 37C : 51C
    Temp 2 = 30C. : 40C
    Temp 3 = -128C : -128C (WTF this cant be right?)
    Core = 25C : 45C

    AMD Overdrive results...
    IDLE : LOAD
    CPU0 = 26C : 47C
    CPU1 = 26C : 47C
    CPU2 = 26C : 47C
    Last edited by Mikey9980; 05-06-2009 at 12:03 PM. Reason: Spelled "Sock" rather than "Stock" :-P
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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    Sounds like its not properly mounted, and the temp3 is the stuck sensor that speedfan always has. Remount with only a little as5.

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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    The AOD results are about the same as I got with the boxed cooler.

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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    Sound perfectly reasonable for a stock-cooled CPU to me. My Q6600 runs at over 50 degrees mainly down to my cheap-ass case (must try to find money to replace that at some point... )

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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    So its fine then?

    Im going to buy a new cooler soon...What sort of temps d'ya think I could get with a Xigmatek HDT
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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    And see if I was overclocking which temp should I look at when checking temps?
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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    Speedfan reports my temps at idle as 37-32-37, when I had Overdrive installed it reported something around 30. So good.
    Tried to load the CPU just now for some 10 mins, the second and third core got up to 47, and the first stays hovering around 38, but I'm bored now to continue. Which really means the temps are really normal

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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    With the ninja 2 cooler I get around 24 idle and 35 full load with prime running. that is using the Fan supplied with the cooler and some AS paste.

    Edit : forgot to say that is with a slight overclock to 3Ghz 15x multiplier 1.325 Volts
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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sputnik View Post
    With the ninja 2 cooler I get around 24 idle and 35 full load with prime running. that is using the Fan supplied with the cooler and some AS paste.

    Edit : forgot to say that is with a slight overclock to 3Ghz 15x multiplier 1.325 Volts

    So I should get a similar performance to the Ninja 2 or what?
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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sputnik View Post
    With the ninja 2 cooler I get around 24 idle and 35 full load with prime running. that is using the Fan supplied with the cooler and some AS paste.

    Edit : forgot to say that is with a slight overclock to 3Ghz 15x multiplier 1.325 Volts
    Sorry to digg this thread, but i need to know if that temps are on the core or on the cpu.

    thanks

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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    I get 18 degrees with my true, and never more than 35 at load. 1.4v and 3.5ghz.

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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    I asked because I've got a scythe ninja 2 and a Phenom 720 BE.

    My idle temps are 36ºC on the cpu and 24ºC on the core and my full temps are about 50ºC on the cpu and 43ºC on the core.

    This temps are with 1.49v and 3,6ghz.

    It seems that my temps are high. Could it be the thermal paste?

    Thanks

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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    It could jsut be my igloo if it wasnt for that. I wonder if thats my core temps rather than actual temps... =/

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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    you can see your temps using speedfan.

    Any1 help?

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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    I use HWmonitor, and the TMPIN2 reading.

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    Re: AMD Phenom II 720 BE - TEMPS!!

    These temps are fine, even if the programs were accurate it's still way under the safe limit.

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