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Old 25th December 2003, 20:29   #1
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I am running sandra 04 and the temp reading is about 5 degrees higher than on mbm5 dashboard.
for example right now

dashboard = 40 celcious

sandra = 46 celcious

who do i trust
 
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The one closest to your bios temp.
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Old 25th December 2003, 20:50   #4
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well then that is sandra

now i wish that i could have sandra in my sys tray so i can see the temps!!!
 
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one other question

is it ok to oc with fsb, since my muliplier is locked?
 
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sure, more fsb = more speed.
it's always better to have a higer fsb.

since your barton is locked, your only solution is the fsb.
don't get to high hopes, max fsb is about 250 on AMD based mobo's today :grin:
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Old 25th December 2003, 21:01   #7
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what temp should i go to? it is about 46 now?
 
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below 50 stressed is ok when you overclock your CPU.

your temp can go as high as 80 and still work, only it will not be stable in benchmarks.
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so will case fans help with keeping that temp down?
 
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