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Old September 30, 2011, 06:48 AM
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Greetings from OZ, 1090T @ 4.0 - 37 degrees Maximum
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Old September 30, 2011, 07:00 AM
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You may want to include a screenshot of your desktop with the temperatures and system specs shown in it, as some people may be skeptical of the claim otherwise
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Last edited by P5ych00n5; September 30, 2011 at 08:16 AM. Reason: Sorry for only finding higher clocks
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Either you have your rig outside or you have a buggered sensor.... or a TEC.
I am leaning to a buggered sensor.
It isnt the load temp that gives it away but the idle.
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I myself was leaning towards the buggered sensor except BIOS was running at that EXACT temp, I had to offset Core Temp as it was running 7 degrees cooler (as in 15 degrees idle), OCCT still quotes 5 - 7 degrees cooler
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Sounds like it is a buggered sensor which is even at the bios level reporting an incorrect temperature.
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Greetings from OZ, 1090T @ 4.0 - 37 degrees Maximum
Could you include a picture or two of your system with it's cooling unit/heatsink?
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Old September 30, 2011, 12:24 PM
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XSPC 5.25 Bay Res/Pump>360 Black Ice Rad>Koolance CPU 370 Block>Black Ice 240 Rad>XSPC.......

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I myself was leaning towards the buggered sensor except BIOS was running at that EXACT temp, I had to offset Core Temp as it was running 7 degrees cooler (as in 15 degrees idle), OCCT still quotes 5 - 7 degrees cooler
I have 2 boards that both report skewed readings at bios level.
Pretty hard to get below ambient temperatures with conventional cooling.
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My last rig on this loop was a I7 system until the mobo shat itself. And getting ready for BD I purchased a new board etc, lets just say with my 1090T and new board it's running 20 degrees cooler at higher clocks
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