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no the 1600+ is 1400 the 1700+ is 1463. mbm is accurate as wcpuidmustangman said:Are you running any programs in the background that are stressing the cpu(seti, prime 95, [email protected], etc?) If you are the cpu is under load and it is showing the actuall temp of the cpu under such conditions. My experience is that mbm varies a small amount on temps from bios. As far as your cpu speed it is probably a little more accurate from what I have read because it is sensing the actual clock ticks where as the bios is simply multiplying the fsb by the multiplier to give the speed.
I can't remeber right off what the speed of the 1700 is. Is it 1.4ghz?
wow that is a high vcore must be one of the earier steppings. have you tried a lower vcore? It would give you an even better temp if it was stable at lowerArkaine23 said:1700+ is around 1466... it varies by motherboard because actual FSB's are fractional.
I run my 1600+ on the 11x multiplyer as if it was a 1700+ and at 148 FSB (1633 of your Earth Mhz) and 2.0vcore I get temps at load of 40C. More info in my sig.
anything under 45c is okDECODER22 said:ok so whats a temp on a xp1700 i should be worried about so i guess 100F is ok
wow that is a high vcore must be one of the earier steppings. have you tried a lower vcore? It would give you an even better temp if it was stable at lower
too bad. hey it was worth a shot still can't complain with those tempsArkaine23 said:
If I try 1.95vcore I have to lower the FSb to 146 or 147 or it won't load windows.