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    Temperature question...

    Well I've OCed my E6300 to 2.8GHz at the moment and it seems very stable at 1.256v (8 hours+ in ORTHOS)

    There has been something nagging me though... Temperature...

    Ever since this rig was built, I've used TAT to measure the temps and there is always a 3-5 degree gap between the CPUs... This is normal, right??

    I knew i shouldn't of used the rice grain method when applying the paste...

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    Cores will often show slightly different temps, thats normal.

    Try monitoring with Core Temp (just do a google for it).

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    ive got Everest showing my temps on a X2 4200+ showing as CPU 47 - Core1 45 - Core2 46.

    i wouldn't bother about it

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    Yeah its normal, heres mine using coretemp


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    i would not belive there is anything to worry about there those temps seam fine to me
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    Gibbo, Thats a cool looking temp chart. How do you get it?
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    What does TAT show under load?
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    Mine run at 34c and 29c

    It's normal, i think it's because one of your cores takes more basic load than the other (ie, when a program does not use dual core or hyper threading, one core will be used and the other will not)

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    whats the best/most reliable fan monitoring program (thats vista compatible), tried speedfan and tat and they both report different temps!

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    Fan monitoring or temp monitoring?

    SpeedFan checks the temperature of the outside of your chip. IntelTAT and CoreTemp check the internal temperature of the chip, so its always hotter in there. But its a digital thermometre built into a CPU and its that thermometre which your CPU uses to shut itself down if it gets too hot etc.

    So they are both accurate, they are just reading different parts of the chip.

    All of them are good really, although Everest and PC Wizard are the best really, because they show LOTS more than just the processor temps. They show the temp of everything, aswell as a billion other things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acrobat View Post
    Fan monitoring or temp monitoring?

    SpeedFan checks the temperature of the outside of your chip. IntelTAT and CoreTemp check the internal temperature of the chip, so its always hotter in there. But its a digital thermometre built into a CPU and its that thermometre which your CPU uses to shut itself down if it gets too hot etc.

    So they are both accurate, they are just reading different parts of the chip.
    when peple say my cpu is Xc at idle at Yc under load, are they talking about the "inside" or the "outside" of the cpu?

    speedfan doesnt seem to do a thing for me in terms of changing fan speeds, i only have the cpu fan plugged into the mobo so can only change that one, for now.

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