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LP UT NF3 250Gb - What kind of temps are folks getting?

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Mine seem way high.

Was 59C in BIOS while setting things up, in preparing to install Windows. I'm using an SLK-948 w 92mm YS Tech.

 

That seems like either I blew it mounting the HS, or this board misreads the temps ( badly! ) . Anybody else getting anything like that?

 

Scott

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Check some of the other threads. There is a beta BIOS according to RGone that fixes something and I think it's wacky temperature readings.

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Now that I'm up and running in Windows ( W2K ), temps reported by AIDA 32 are 33C for motherboard, 36C for CPU and55C for Aux ( whatever that is? ).

 

Have noticed no flakiness like when a system gets too hot. Still I may look ino that beta BIOS, especially the one that can increase the VDimm to 3.2. I'm thinking this Mushkin will like that, at some point down the road.

 

Does that BIOS have the fix for flaky BIOS temp readings, also?

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There is a beta BIOS according to RGone that fixes something and I think it's wacky temperature readings

 

 

we'll try to consolidate the NF3 threads into one if we can to eliminate some confusion.

 

you can look at the DFI site, downloads, beta, and see what they have there also.

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Now that I'm up and running in Windows ( W2K ), temps reported by AIDA 32 are 33C for motherboard, 36C for CPU and55C for Aux ( whatever that is? ).

 

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

 

AUX is actually your CPU temps.

 

USe the ITE Smart Guardian that came in the CD, it reports it properly.

 

baldy

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Originally posted by mad mikee

Temps are for 1.55 vcore, ~ 2.4Ghz CPU speed

Orig bios = 49c

Beta = 39c

which beta you're using

 

just set up my DFI nf3-250Gb board with 14/09/04 with Swiftech MCW6002 and MCP650 pump

 

3400+ newcastle

 

temps reported by Speedfan with room temp = 28C

 

stock speed @ 12x200.9mhz = 2411mhz

vcore idle = 1.472v

vcore load (stresscpu) = 1.52-1.536v

 

CPU idle = 39-42C

CPU load (stresscpu) = 52-56C

 

i believe cpu temps are at least 10-14C over reported as my same cpu on Shuttle AN50R had cpu idle = 25-30C and cpu load = 40-42C

 

my 12v rail is rock steady at 12.09v with 550W Antec TrueControl

 

now with stock 27/08/04 bios had 59C CPU Idle in bios!

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This is just sick, flashed to the modified 9/12 bios and now it reports CPU temp 21C idle.

 

Lol, room temp atm is 21C.

 

I oced to 2360MHz with ClockGen with default voltage and ran Prime....it never went over 31C!!!

 

Is this correct?

 

Btw, using ClockGen causes my system to reboot sometimes.

Making steps bigger than let's say 100MHz at a time makes it reboot.

 

I think this has to do with apic.

With apic disabled, it works flawless, at least on my Shuttle.

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Oskar Wu the board designer has already made the statement that Clockgen will not work with UT 250gb. So I am not surprised that you may get reboots. Not surprised at all.

 

Sincerely, RGone...

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