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Uploaded: 16.10.2007 14:50
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GSX - Some proof to support my claims of the block. I underclocked from 3.2 due to some stability issues. I also cut the volage by .1V

Some proof to support my claims of the block. I underclocked from 3.2 due to some stability issues. I also cut the volage by .1V or so, which dropped the temps a considerable ammount.


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17.10.2007 00:22 GSXI know what you're saying, I had those issues before. I really had to check into this, and you got me thinking. But surprisingly it's accurate to about 2C.
16.10.2007 16:34 HaoKi:D Well I've just found out through trial and error that some of the other utilities have given me a temp way too low. For example the DFI smartguardian shows a temp of 31c when it's actually closer to 50. Great to see that the asus probe actually works...:) I really would love that block in my loop but I'm afraid it's too high...:D
16.10.2007 16:09 GSXHaoki, you got me so paranoid that I finally got coretemp going. Core#0@38C, and core#1@35c. I will let it run for 12hrs, and post a pic.
16.10.2007 15:51 GSXI just tried out speedfan to compare, and I get the same exact readings as my mb monitor.
16.10.2007 15:22 HaoKi:)
16.10.2007 15:17 GSXCore temp is a pos which refuses to run under my vista, or is it the other way around...:D
16.10.2007 15:17 GSXYea, it's not bad. This is the first time my cpu clock is holding me back, and not temperature issues. I have been eyeing a 6400+ Black Edition, which hits 4ghz without a sweat.
16.10.2007 15:16 HaoKiCan you check the temps with coretemp? Those temps look a bit too low to be honest...:) Nice overclock anyways...
16.10.2007 15:02 YoshiAbsolutely stunning :O