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Strange Temps?

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I have seen temps discussed to death, I just want someone to clarify that these readings are normal... if not, please advise.

 

My CPU temp is way lower than my system temps.

 

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I am using the Official 9/14 BIOS and my specs are in my sig.

 

And this is a shot of the system, just got it up and running this afternoon.

 

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Kind Regards...

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I expected the processor temp to be low, but I don't think there should be that much of a variance. The system itself if very cool, I just can't see where the heat is coming from.

 

Where on the board are the 2 system temp sensors?

 

 

 

Thanks..

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your cpu temp does seem very low. I too am watercolling my cpu, and the idle cpu temp is around 34 degrees C. My system temp is around 38-46 depending on other conditions.

 

Mind you how much voltage are you putting into your cpu?

 

Maybe pump some more voltage into your cpu and increase the overclock, then your cpu temp will rise!

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Smartguardian on his screenshot shows cpu @ 1.47v and chipset @ 1.55v which is very low. Take those values with a pinch of salt though.

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I just dropped in 2 stealth fans, can't even hear them.

 

Now my system temps are at 38C and 37C.

 

What do you recommend I set my CPU v, chipset v and DRAM v at?

 

Thanks.

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