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Old 08-25-2007, 09:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Core temp reads that my temps are



Is this normal?
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What CPU do you have again? If that's idle, that's way too warm.
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What CPU do you have again? If that's idle, that's way too warm.
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With stock cooling? It's new too right? If it is, then the stock thermal paste has to set in. Cause the E6550 is G0 stepping.
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I've never seen that temperature reading, where it says "to TJunction remaining". But if it's 67-70C, that's way too hot, even for stock cooling....even if the thermal pad hasn't set in.
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Default Re: Delta to Tjunction temp question.

Well my heatsink fan turns off and on alot. Should i set the fan to run 100%?
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Turns off? That should be doing that. Set it to 100%, if it's not too loud.
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I just switched the cpu fan to turn on 50% of the time when its above 20 degrees. Before it was only turning on 28% of the time when the temp was above 20 degrees.

Ill see if that changes anything.
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What CPU do you have again? If that's idle, that's way too warm.
i'm assuming its not... because of SpeedStep..
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ok i am setting the fan readings back to default because i noticed when i put the percentage to 50 instead of 28, the readings are now 75/70. But the regular temps went down to 15/10 instead of the normal 17/12.

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