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Shadowmeph July 13, 2009 01:22 PM

which temps are correct? cpu, cpu core1?
 
ok I am comfused I and using everest to check my cpu temp and it says the motherboard is 48C cpu is 25C cpu core1 is44C and core2 is 45C now which of those temps do I need to pay attention to the most. also I just installed a stinger waterblock with a MCR220 rad with 2 47cfm fans pulling and 2 47CFM fans pushing air through it are those tempshigh?

SugarJ July 13, 2009 02:36 PM

Use Realtemp or Coretemp to check your temps. And the core temperatures are the important ones. As for too high, what's your OC and is that under load?

gingerbee July 13, 2009 03:10 PM

real temp 3.0

Patriote July 13, 2009 04:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gingerbee (Post 222748)
real temp 3.0

I had never heard of that program before. Always used CoreTemp. Thanks for the heads up guys!

Shadowmeph July 13, 2009 06:23 PM

I am not over clocked the only thing I have adjusted was the timings for my ram thats it.
though I do think that my mother board is going , could this be the reason why my temps are up? just downloaded real temp and both cores are around44. that is the same as my 120 ultra I had well actually it is 2 degrees lower


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