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What does your DFI board report for CPU temps?

  

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    • I believe that the reported CPU temperatures are accurate
      119
    • I believe that the reported CPU temps are off by less than -10C
      100
    • I believe that the reported CPU temps are off by -10C to -20C
      63
    • I believe that my CPU temps are all over the place and have no idea how far they are off!
      24
    • I have no idea.
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I am completely unable to see the point in this thread at all. How can anyone here say that temperatures are right or not? Unless you put a sensor under the heatspreder, there is no way you can measure CPU temperature accurately.

 

Pointless thread, no wonder it is ignored by the powers that be.

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What choice did you make in the poll above? All over the . place.

Motherboard: ultra d

Mobo Revision: ???

Mobo BIOS version: Whatever I downloaded the other day.

CPU: AMD 3200

CPU ID:

Idle Temp: 27C before suspend; 55C after wake up

Load Temp: 31C before suspend; 60C after resume

Cooling: Air

 

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Mine reads very low temps, just slightly above ambient, if I boot it a completely shut down state. Many times the fan on the heatsink doesn't even run (case is an aerocool spiral galaxies with a 'wind tunnel'), and if I touch the heatsink it is cool to the touch. If I run prime95 or similar, the temps go up a bit, and the fan will run at a low level, but the heatsink never even gets warm.

 

However, if I then suspend the computer, upon waking it up, the temps shoot up by around 30*C! It's ridiculous. The heatsink never warms up, but the fan is runs at full tilt and makes quite a bit of noise (panaflow 90mm, medium).

 

The 25-27*C it claims to idle at after a cold boot seems low, but the 55+ it jumps to after resuming from a suspend is just ridiculous. Obviously something is wrong with the mobo/cpu, and it's pretty annoying.

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They can write the d*mn thing out of my bios too if it will run 3146Mhz. Hehehehe. So you went to that instead of staying on the 250gb.

 

RGone...

 

My CPU temp sensor is fubared so bad they wrote it out of the bios. I figure if it's not crashing it must be ok.

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What choice did you make in the poll above? Accurate

Motherboard: SLI-D

Mobo Revision: ???

Mobo BIOS version: 6/23/2005-3

CPU: Opteron 146

CPU ID:

Idle Temp: 35c

Load Temp: 47c

Cooling: CNPS9500 LED+AS5

 

Edit: Fixed my temp issues by removing the IHS, went from 61c to 47c on load. :nod:

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Choice: Accurate

Mobo: SLI-DR

BIOS: 6-23

CPU A64 3700 S/D Fam 15, Model 7, Stepping 1

Idle: 27

Load: 32

Cooling: Air

 

Just changed to a Stacker 830 case and everything dropped by several degrees. Fantastic case, even if it is outrageously expensive. I think the temps are quite accurate and I'm satisfied with them. For what I'm doing, I see no need to change to water or phase change except to play around. Hmmm, I guess that's what I do anyways!

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What choice did you make in the poll above? I believe mine is 10-20C low.

Motherboard: NF4 Ultra-D

Mobo Revision: unknown, but new

Mobo BIOS version: 6/23

CPU: Venice 3000+

Idle Temp: 19-22CC

Load Temp: 29-32C

Cooling: Air (XP90 + panaflo)

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What choice did you make in the poll above? I believe mine is 10-20C low.

Motherboard: NF4 Ultra-D

Mobo Revision: AD0

Mobo BIOS version: 6/23

CPU: Venice 3200+

Idle Temp: 19-22CC

Load Temp: 29-32C

Cooling: Air (XP120 + Arctic Cooling 120mm with Spacer / AS5)

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What choice did you make in the poll above? I believe mine is 100% right on

Motherboard: SLI-DR

Mobo Revision: ???

Mobo BIOS version: 6/23 Official

CPU: Opteron 170: Overclocked to 2.8GHz

CPU ID:

Idle Temp: 19-22C

Load Temp: 31-33C

Cooling: water

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Choice: I believe mine is 10-20C low.

 

Motherboard: DFI UT Lanparty nF3 250 GB

Mobo Revision: dunno

Mobo BIOS version: 05/04 Official

CPU: AMD64 3400+ (Newcastle)

CPU ID: dunno

Idle Temp: 52C

Load Temp: 68C

Cooling: Air (Arctic Cooler 64 Pro)

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What choice did you make in poll -10

motherboard lanparty sli expert

mobo rev. A3 per cpuz

mobo bios 12/7 offical

cpu athlon 64 3700 sd [kab2e]

cpu id 1365989k50665

idle temp 29c

load temp 34c

cooling air xp90/with fan

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What choice did you make in the poll above? Accurate

Motherboard: SLI-DR Expert

Mobo Revision: ???

Mobo BIOS version: 12/7 Official

CPU: Opteron 170: CCBWE 05550UPMW Naked

CPU ID: ?

Idle Temp: 33C

Load Temp: 44C

Cooling: Air - Zalman CNPS9500

 

I now have a temp sensor right next to the core, actually touching it, and it is always within a degree or two of what my expert reports...

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