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    Default Normal temperatures? (ex58-ud5)

    Hi,

    Everest (4.60.1500) shows me the following when idle
    Motherbord 35 c (is this NB?)
    CPU 56 c
    CPU#1 45c
    CPU#2 45c
    CPU#3 43c
    CPU#4 42c
    Aux 39c (what is aux??)

    when running Wprime (1024M) the temperatures are going up to
    Motherbord 58 c
    CPU 56 c
    CPU#1 76c
    CPU#2 76c
    CPU#3 75c
    CPU#4 75c
    Aux 39c

    This is just stockcooler, no overclocking....are these temperatures normal or do I need to worry?

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    Default Re: Normal temperatures? (ex58-ud5)

    They seem too high under load; http://download.intel.com/design/pro...hts/320834.pdf . What CPU are you using?

    Everest could likely be reading it wrong, unless the HSF cooler isn't mounted correctly.

    Try using Easy-Tune for checking, as the chipset is new and some utilities aren't up-to-date
    GA-P35C-DS3R Rev2.0 F11 bios, E8200 (@3.0Ghz), OCZ DDR3 PC3-10666 Reaper 4GB (@1200Mhz), Xonar D1, 8800GTS 512, Corsair HX520 (Single 12volt line, Max 40A), WDC 3200aaks/5000aaks in AHCI mode, Vista 64 Premium.

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    Default Re: Normal temperatures? (ex58-ud5)

    using RealTemp 2.70 gives me a much better picture
    idle
    38/38/40/40

    WPrime (at 99%)
    67/67/66/66

    in answer to your question : I have a coreI7 920

    But well...what to believe : Everest or RealTemp?

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    Default Re: Normal temperatures? (ex58-ud5)

    Quote Originally Posted by lafleche View Post
    using RealTemp 2.70 gives me a much better picture
    idle
    38/38/40/40

    WPrime (at 99%)
    67/67/66/66

    in answer to your question : I have a coreI7 920

    But well...what to believe : Everest or RealTemp?
    Real temp has been updated in it's Beta versions with the newer TjMax info, plus i7 wasn't about when version 2.70 was released.
    You need to find the Beta on the support forums for realtemp. I think it's version 2.84 or higher now.

    As per my last post, does Easy Tune 6 not support temperature monitoring? If it does (and i haven't checked) then that will be the most accurate way of checking seeing as the board is so new.
    GA-P35C-DS3R Rev2.0 F11 bios, E8200 (@3.0Ghz), OCZ DDR3 PC3-10666 Reaper 4GB (@1200Mhz), Xonar D1, 8800GTS 512, Corsair HX520 (Single 12volt line, Max 40A), WDC 3200aaks/5000aaks in AHCI mode, Vista 64 Premium.

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    Default Re: Normal temperatures? (ex58-ud5)

    you may need to reinstall the CPU, coz the temp you've got is wired....

    the default temp is not that high.....

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    Default Re: Normal temperatures? (ex58-ud5)

    Quote Originally Posted by siemens_wolf View Post
    you may need to reinstall the CPU, coz the temp you've got is wired....

    the default temp is not that high.....
    What do you mean by 'wired'? How will getting the cpu out and putting it back in again help?

    I have a bloody expensive Antec p182 case which is supposed to keep a system cool....what should be the average idle temp of the icore7 720?
    (no overclocking, stock cooler).

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    Default Re: Normal temperatures? (ex58-ud5)

    never mind!

    [H] Enthusiast - Intel Core i7 920 Overclocking and Heat==

    It seems that my temperatures are just as they should be.... :-)
    low 40's when idle
    mid 70's full load

    I probably will buy a thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme to get the temps lower when mildy overclocking to 3.2/3.4 Ghz... my case is big enough!

    Thanks for the replies!

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    Default Re: Normal temperatures? (ex58-ud5)

    Interesting.....

    I couldn't see what they measured the temperatures with though and most of what they've written (HardOCP quick review) makes the Intel Technical Information look like it's for another CPU series alltogether.
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    Default Re: Normal temperatures? (ex58-ud5)

    sorry, actually i mean to reinstall the heatsink, or carefully remove and reapply the grease for heatsink.....

    put everything default, orignal heatsink, no overclock, the temp shall not over 40c suppose the room is 20c...

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    Default Re: Normal temperatures? (ex58-ud5)

    Then again my question
    - What should be the idle temperature of an Icore7 920?

    As I wrote : according to
    [H] Enthusiast - Intel Core i7 920 Overclocking and Heat

    they have the same temps with an Asus MB and stockcooler and - I guess- that isn't even in a closed environment. I have those temps when my Antec case is closed....
    At this moment I don't think I will fool around with my CPU...probably I will replace the stockcooler with the thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme.

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