This is with all 3 of my 120mm Tricool fans in my P180 are set to low, and my artic cooling freezer 7 fan is ~1300 rpm. 10 Mins of dual SP2004's.
This is in 32 bit Vista Home premium, e4300, and my ambient temp is around 70 F in my room.
Speedfan shows 1.300Vcore and Coretemp shows 1.3250 VCore...
But wait, dont u think that 59 C is a little high for a stock e4300, 1.8 ghz, with an aftermarket cooler?!! Wouldn't that then leave me with no room to overclock? I feel the air coming out of the top vent, and its barely hotter than room temp?
how about you overclock to 3.0 dont even higher the volts, and if u do do it by a lil.. i have my e4300 @ 1.290 runnin @ 3.0ghz... pretty much same temps it rised like 1-2c n thats about it, i think one of the reasons, i dunno if its true, is that the IHS int he allendales is not soldered to the cpu, its only glued, and they put ceramic paste in between, i also have an aftermarket cooler (zalman 9700nt) n i get the same temps sumtimes i even get higher temps ;p
No, no, you got me all wrong. Im not THAT noobish. its jsut that when i used coretemp, it had like 59 C as my CPU temp, and i thought 60 C was like the highest end for a c2d to work properly under most conditions (although i do know they can take like 90 C) and so im thinking that if i add the next 600mhz, that my load temps will go beyond 65 C, thus ruining my oc'ing dreams.
And i tried ATI tool, version .26 (made in december!?!), and it didnt sense my temperatures, and i dont even think it sensed my actual card, clock speeds, ect. I only want this because i oc'ed my 8800gts from the 576/850(EVGA superclocked, 500/800 ref.) to like 650/925 and it had no artifacts in quake 4 or anything, but i want to see the temps. :twisted:
i have an hr-03 plus its summer right now, this is kinda hot it usually idles @ 41-43c well just run the rivatuner monitor while your playin heavy graphics game and after a while check what was your max temp