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    Overcloking Q9450 a 3.6ghz

    Hi,
    My problem is that I just push my cpu to a 3.6GHz stable occt, but when I run the test it marks a temperature between 60 and 70 and even 75 degrees in everest normal but the rad should be warm but its not warm. its still cold

    Thank you
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    Re: Overcloking Q9450 a 3.6ghz

    you tried other software such as temperature Speed fan?

    Said what is idle on your bios? I think that 75 ° is the same lime the PC would reboot because the processors are not expected to climb as high in ° C

    Verify that the rad and placing on the processor because it is just that the rad is poorly placed and there is a day between the CPU and the rad.

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    Re: Overcloking Q9450 a 3.6ghz

    I make sure that the rad and its place and is always the same its very high rises in temperature and rad and cool and I always check with speed fan and it gives the same value as everest.
    The most overlooked advantage to owning a computer is that if they foul up there's no law against wacking them around a little.
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    Re: Overcloking Q9450 a 3.6ghz

    if the rad is hot is not just be a problem with the cpu mounting checks if everything is ok it could be that you have a problem actually probe in this case you can never be sure of the temperature cpu.

    For temperatures -> realtemp or coretemp (everest gives the same as speedfan home)
    Searching the forums can help you to find your answers more quickly

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    Re: Overcloking Q9450 a 3.6ghz

    I check the assembly of the rad and I just see with its brand core temp max 100 ° but I see the temperature in coretemp cpu I see that the temperature of the cores, and as the temperature of cores and always higher than cpu it's normal that it rises to 80 ° but the cpu it is not really normal soars 80 ° for a rad that not even lukewarm.
    The most overlooked advantage to owning a computer is that if they foul up there's no law against wacking them around a little.
    -Joe Martin

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