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Checking temps of the bridges and memory

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September 1, 2006 4:23:14 AM

Is there software that'll check the temps of memory and the north & south bridges?

I'm wanting to OC my 3800+ but not sure how much it'll effect my memory and mobo, especially my mobo as it's entry level stuff. I heard my memory can OC a bit but I'm not talking any chances.

I'm trying to hit 220*10 with my memory rated at 5-5-5-12 underclocked to 667 (from 800).
September 1, 2006 4:52:37 AM

you should be able to get 2.2 pretty easly with stock vlts and all
and there shouldnt be any rise in temps
September 1, 2006 6:01:01 AM

ASUS has it's own monitoring software, which I like.

Also, you can try MBM5 or Nvidia's Utility (both of which haven't worked for me.)
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September 1, 2006 4:39:11 PM

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ASUS has it's own monitoring software, which I like.

Also, you can try MBM5 or Nvidia's Utility (both of which haven't worked for me.)


Do you mean PC Probe II? That's the only ASUS software I installed and all it shows is mobo and CPU temps.

Are the mobo temps just the bridge temps? If so, that solves one problem.
September 1, 2006 4:50:55 PM

it should also have A.I. booster
which seems pretty good too.
September 1, 2006 7:21:24 PM

Yes, the MB temp is the chipset's temperature.
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