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Old 10-14-2010, 10:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i over clocked my amd 4050e to 2.6ghz, i then noticed some instability once i hit 2.8ghz.
i left it overclocked at 2.6ghz and done a stress test with prime95 for 30mins no errors.
the max temp was 52c, idle was 31c.

now i've restored the normal clock back to normal since i dont need it to be overclock and since then its be playing up on temp readings.

it shows the core temps for each core one at a time to reach 200c then 0c -1c
could this be the sensor or damage to the cpu.

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Default Re: strange temp readings after overclock

Use HWMonitor. I don't think that is 100 TJmax. That is what is standard when talking heat.
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u mean the nvidia one ?
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sorry downloading now.
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thanks the hwmonitor shows more info and seems to not say my temp is -c and over 100c
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Use the edit button, man. Glad I could help.
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yea sorry i forgot about it at the time.
i've tried to use many programs etc to find the real cpu temp.
the one that came with my mobo always say 37-40c but other programs say 29-32c on idle.
unless its working it out between 2 cores to an average.
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Well, not every program follows the same TJ Max. For one, I know HWMonitor does report the correct temps.
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