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    OC'ing on 939...what to read temps with?

    Opteron 144, De-lidded...under a XP-120 with a duct from winter air sitting in a DFI Ultra-D.

    Everest reports an Idle of 24C at the moment, and "CPU Diode" of 18C. Motherboard ambient is 21C. Load temps get no higher than 38 ~ 41C pending the test.

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    http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/

    CoreTemp will read the on die temperature of the CPU

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    Hmm, so Everest CPU Diode temp is reporting what CoreTemp reports, man that is one chilly chip

    http://www.distantnexus.net/images/m...ty144temps.jpg

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    One of the reasons I like winter, higher overclock So whats the load temps?
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    You should see higher temps right when you hit 1.5v. You will then have to start watching your mosfets.

    A good temp for Optyes is keeping them below 55C. They don't like to get hot.
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    Max load temp I've seen is 38C on both sensors. Mosfets are cooled.

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