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Strange Senzor Readings on q9300

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August 23, 2008 8:21:39 AM

Hi, i have a q9300 (oc 2925 1.237 v bios) with a gigabyte p35 ds3l. Also i have a e8200 (oc 3200 1.225 v bios) with gigabyte p35 ds3l, and a e7200 (oc 3331 1.200 v Bios) with a asus 650 sli.

Occt, everest showing the following temps idle on my q9300 arctic freezer 7 pro: cpu 26 C, core0 56 c, core1 56 c, core2 55 c, core3 55 c, motherboard 36 c
Occt, everest showing the following temps loadon my q9300 arctic freezer 7 pro: cpu 48 C, core0 77 c, core1 77 c, core2 76 c, core3 76 c, motherboard 38 c

Occt, everest showing the following temps idle on my e8200 + stock cooler: cpu 26 C, core0 47 c, core1 46 c, motherboard 36 c
Occt, everest showing the following temps idle on my e8200 + stock cooler: cpu 50 C, core0 70 c, core1 71 c, motherboard 37 c

Occt, everest showing the following temps idle on my e7200 + coolermaster tx: cpu 38 C, core0 46 c, core1 45 c, motherboard 45 c
Occt, everest showing the following temps idle on my e7200 + coolermaster tx: cpu 47 C, core0 67 c, core1 66 c, motherboard 48 c

Realtemp showing -10 c core temp on all three cpu-s.

Why are temps so high? (if i return to stock speeds and voltage temps decrease only 2-3 c)

I read on anad`s that intel is releasing at idf some thermal senzor info on the 45 nm proc. How would this affect the shown temps
How much time would take to integrate in the temp reading programs ?(or it needs to be a bios update)
August 27, 2008 7:51:20 PM

I have to throw out the standard "Check your HSF mount and all that" but I'm assuming you've already done that.

I'd have to suspect faulty sensors because that's way higher than my Q9300 that I have 1.3V on. My temps are 62C (adjusted temp) after 8 hours of Orthos with an OCZ Vendetta HSF.

You can pick up a IR thermometer for pretty cheap and double check your readings pretty closely.
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