nicko11Sep 1, 2012, 6:36 PM thor220 said: If I could recommend some good paste, artic silver 5. Theres enough space to gently curve cables etc round too. "Why is there some type of metal bracket over the lower area and right hand side of the mboard?" Sorry what? nicko11Aug 31, 2012, 11:42 PM Herr_Koos said: Also double check that the cooler is fastened properly and that everything that should go "click" went click. The last thing you want to do is to buy a new processor only to find out it was the sensor on the motherboard that gave the false reading. http://planetweb20.com/cpu-temp/cpu-temp-higher-than-core-temp.html
Stayed the same during load.NVidia's system monitor said 62C and 72C on each core, 28C on the mobo. The pressure will spread it out nicely and you'll get a nice thin film between cooler and cpu. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKWh24l5-tQ mr starface12-08-2011, 11:16Yeah its definately spinning, I checked that before I put the side back on the case. Thanks again for your comments guys now can one of you come round and do it all for me.
Get the answer LupironApr 12, 2008, 6:53 AM Man, search for and DL HWMonitor, Core Temp Version 0.96.1 and CPUz. share|improve this answer answered Oct 16 '09 at 20:07 Bernard I layed down a very thin film with a credit card. The 2C difference stays pretty constant while stressing the system.
Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. It has to be securely attached otherwise the heat will not be dissipated properly. Quality plastics and solid construction. Cpu Temperature Sensor Location I just dont see the point.
Which way should the CPU fan be facing please? Cpu Temp Sensor Wrong they'll probably find the error.I could also to check if it might be the new heatsink, put the stock cooler back in.Edit: Sometimes i get CPU Fan error at booting. Triple6 replied Feb 7, 2017 at 10:36 AM Concerning DirectX ??? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/246751-29-inconsistent-temperature-readings It's seated with AC5.
nicko11Aug 31, 2012, 4:17 PM thor220 said: That is crazy high boot temps man. Cpu Temperature Sensor Placement jay_nar2012Sep 1, 2012, 12:05 AM Oh you turned the heatsink around, right.What CPU have you got and have you OC'd?My idle temp is around 33-35 using a near stock heatsink. Think about if you had a fan in the room and hung a sheet of metal with holes drilled into it, in front of the fan! DennyA 2007-02-18 16:39:53 UTC #11 Hey, I'm getting 42C on my Extreme idling, according to CoreTemp.
So thats wrong. http://superuser.com/questions/55632/cpu-temperature-sensor-wrong CARL19-08-2011, 00:32Ok right why are the pics of the case sideways ? Cpu Temp Sensor Broken Click here to join today! False Cpu Temperature Readings http://img845.imageshack.us/img845/9315/compinfo.pngEdit: Idle 48c.
Tempest19-08-2011, 14:21warm doesn't actually rise of its own accord, the colder air pushes it up. his comment is here If it doesnt, thats your VID and post it here, please?There is the possibility that CPU0 is the TCase, or top of the CPU temp. (As opposed to TJunction, which is RobDickinson13-08-2011, 02:34Yeah ok it may work. A physically larger fan (if you can fit it) will always be better than a smaller one, as it can run slower, shift more air as it's blades are larger, and Motherboard Temperature Sensor Location
It is a beast of a cooler and yes when the PC is upright it hangs of the side of the motherboard effectively so can imagine contact isn't great. Wires are a pain the backside, my PC may look messy but there really are only so many ways you can route wires to where they need to as some leads What are the funny shaped drive bays on the left hand side (I assume normal drives are in the normal slots bottom left)? this contact form RobDickinson19-08-2011, 23:44So what happens with the area the graphics card outputs it's heat from?
It can reduce the speed. Asus Motherboard Temperature Sensor Also, I have had my computer shutdown from high cpu temps(fan went bad, ect) multiple times and no damage was done. A few of them consistently reported CPU temperature at 30-36C but mobo temperature of 75-80C!
They just measure at different spots, that's all. Will try a game tomorrow and see how it fares then but fingers crossed will be ok and allow me to overclock. Swapping out a friend's processor temporarily would really help, though. Dell One Or More Thermal Sensors Were Out Of Range After powering it up, there was no noticeable change in the temp - ideling at 74.
asked 7 years ago viewed 77630 times active 3 years ago Visit Chat Linked 1 Why is my motherboard's CPU temperature inconsistent with the individual core temperatures? 3 My system show nicko11Sep 1, 2012, 12:16 AM jay_nar2012 said: Right so your idle temps are 42c, what are your full load temps?You can stress with prime95. depending on heat. navigate here John_Reynolds 2007-02-20 05:20:07 UTC #18 Was playing an hour or two of Medieval 2 last night and switched over to CoreTemp real quick and it was reading Core 0 at 52c
I assume this cover has some vents around this area? Edit just to say anything below 95 or so is safe and the cpu will self limit anyhow. Something is up with the NVidia system monitor I think.OK few new facts -Real temp reports temps of 30C and 23C on each core at idle, 38C and 29C on load.Speed If it doesn't there is a good chance the heatsink is not properly installed. +1 –Tony Oct 15 '09 at 15:54 Is it possible for thermal paste to degrade
jay_nar2012Sep 1, 2012, 2:34 AM That means your mobo can't detect the fan, its spinning too slow for your mobo to detect it. That means for 3.6 you'll need like 1.4575 in the bios to start.You'll wanna target your loaded Droop to about 1.38. The more time a CPU runs at hotter temperature the shorter life span it will have. 90c+ is pushing as it is close to the die temp of most modern cpus. Anyway now I have done that the GPU temp has dropped a massive 18 degrees to around 30 and the idle CPU by another couple of degrees to 32, occasionally dipping