P5B-Deluxe owners... what is your MB temp in speedfan?

graysky

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How about it guys? If you look in speedfan, the one I'm wondering about is measured by your winbond w83627dhg sensor. Mine is called "Chipset" but I think I renamed it and I don't know what the out-of-the-box program calls it. Anyway, if you're under a full load situation, what does that sensor read? I'm just wondering what is considered too hot.

I also understand this will be highly dependant on your case and cooling. I have a P182 and as an example, mine is 38C when it's 24C in the room, again under full load for about 45 min.

Thanks.
 

graysky

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running stock? Forgot to mention I'm @ 9x333

Idle temps (cores)
27
28
25
25

35 (system)

load temps (averaged over a x264.exe encode for 1h):
45.5
45.7
40.7
41.8

37.1 (system)

a digital therometer inside the case is 26C and room temp is 21C
 

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speedfan says to me 42ºC systemn but i got it to 400FSB and if i touch the northbridge heatsink it burns a lot!, any knows about the temps readings are right or wrong?
 

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I think the numbers are accurate. I've seen mine hit 40 C but it was like 77 F in the room and it was under full load. Makes me wonder about installing a actively cooled HS. Then again, if 40 C is nothing to worry about, I'd rather not pull the board.
 

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Well, the fact that the HS is hot tells you that at least you have efficient contact with the chip under it. I spent some time searching around trying to find the Intel docs on this chip but I can't. Let me know if you do.
 

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