Question 1) What is Temp1 on Speedfan? (TCase or TJunction or other)
Question 2) What is Temp2 on Speedfan? (TCase or TJunction or other)
Question 3) What is System Temp in the BIOS? (TCase or TJunction or other)
Question 4) What is CPU Temp in the BIOS? (TCase or TJunction or other)
With respect to Speedfan, I thought maybe Temp1 was TJunction because it was higher than Temp2, but it didn't change on load. So now I'm guessing that Temp2 is TCase, and the core temps are the TJunction temps. Correct?
As far the BIOS goes, I'm guessing that System Temp is TJunction and CPU Temp is TCase? Is that correct?
Both CoreTemp and Speedfan give same readings for the cores. Are they both wrong and need some offset applied?
Bottom line: From the tools I listed above, I don't know what TCase and TJunction are for sure.
Sorry for asking what seems to be asked before, but I am still confused.
Ambient = 25
Case = 2 x 12cm fans
C2D = E4300
Chipset = 965
CPU cooler = AC Freezer Pro 7
Frequency = 1.8 Ghz
Load = TAT 100%
Motherboard = GA-965P-S3 (F6 bios)
Vcore = stock
(1) Temp1 on Speedfan = Motherboard.
(2) Temp2 on Speedfan = TCase.
(3) System Temp in BIOS = Motherboard.
(4) CPU Temp in BIOS = TCase.
(5) Core Temps are TJunction.
(6) Speedfan needs offsets applied.
* Disregard Core Temp software and uninstall.
* Ambient 25 is probably inaccurate, and is cooler near computer intake.
* Tcase is offset -5.
* Tjunction is offset by - 15.
Well, that moves me way farther along than I was. But since you are asking, you said in the guide that TJunction is offset by 15C, but I am wondering how you get the TCase offset to be 5C for this case.
Other than that, between your post and your guide I think I finally got it. Now I can start to overclock.
As an aside I am trying to figure out why speedfan says my system fan is 675000 RPM, and why the CPU Fan is 0 RPM when it is full blast and 175000 RPM when it is slowed down (for some reason it slows down when I load the Gigabyte ICOOL utility).