I've tried various s939 X2 chips on 2 different motherboards and there was always a 6-7C difference between the core temps when using this program. I never really could find an answer as to why it happens.Originally posted by: homestarmy
This seems like a pretty neat program... but one issue.
On my desktop, with an Athlon X2 3800+ @ 2.4GHz, it says Core 1 is CONSTANTLY much hotter than Core 0.
Even when running Prime95 torture test on Core 0, Core 1 is still hotter by 5C. At idle, it is around 6C hotter. Any idea why this is?
On my Core Duo laptop, they are the same, give or take.
I'm sorry, but that will have to take a backseat.Originally posted by: homestarmy
Hey, when do I get my system tray icon? What gives?
Well... That's called Cool n' Quiet...Originally posted by: nullpointerus
I've got an X2 4200 overclocked to 220x11. Your program shows one core clocked at 220x11 and the other at 220x9 under load, and the VID fluctuates between 1.10-1.35 constantly on both cores. Is this normal? The X2 is a brand new socket 939 processor.
I have that setup and the Aisuite shows 46c, while Core temp shows 41c with my E6400 @ 3.01Ghz.Originally posted by: mauve
Great Software i got it from some website on the same day when i bought my rig....
Though if u have an Asus Mobo and Aisuite it is awesome too as i found 0-2C difference between Aisuite and CoreTemp...
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