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    I have just installed this heatsink in my computer, with the goal of later on improving my computer's performance (I do statistical analysis.) My knees are still shaking, since I have never touched a computer inside, and I had to remove the motherboard. Surprisingly, is working, but I am not sure about the cooler's performance.
    When I read these threads, I get confused when people report CPU's temperature. Is that the same as the temperature for each CPU/Core? When I run Everest I get two CPU temperatures (CPU alone, and for each core.) If I look at CPU alone, I seem to be doing well, but the temperature for each core seems to be higher than I expected. Do these look Ok? I have CoreTemp, and the temperatures for each core are similar, but I don't have CPU temperature alone.
    Forgive me if this is a naive question. Also, my motherboard's temperature seems high , doesn't it?

    Temperatures:


    Motherboard 47 C (117 F)


    CPU 25 C (77 F)


    CPU #1 / Core #1 39 C (102 F)


    CPU #1 / Core #2 36 C (97 F)


    CPU #1 / Core #3 38 C (100 F)


    CPU #1 / Core #4 38 C (100 F)


    North Bridge 80 C (176 F)


    GPU Diode (DispIO) 56 C (133 F)


    GPU Diode (MemIO) 68 C (154 F)


    GPU Diode (Shader) 66 C (151 F)

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    Welcome to PUREOC!

    Your CPU's temps look in line for air cooler.
    Core temps are the hottest part of CPU.
    CPU temp is measure from diode

    BTW, your NB temp is way to hot

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    I'm thinking about going back to air with Noctua's NH-U9B

    My Solano 1000 case can accommodate up to 150mm tall heatsink without removing the side panel fan.

    There are not many heatsinks that will fit my case.. The rage these days are gigantic heatsinks towering over 158mm
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    Oh boy. First of all, thanks for looking over this. Is the NB a hardware problem, or something that I can fix myself? I just got this pc two months ago from a boutique cia (Velocity), and decided to make a few changes.

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    Ok. I just learnt that in my motherboard (MSI Pro-E) the high temperatures for NB are common. Apparently, the mob would not be replaced, unless the temperature raised above 100C. There is a way to fix it by removing the NB and putting thermal paste (one of a few options.) Needless to say, it doesn't make me very happy. I was hoping to overclock my computer, to save time on some of the programs I run, but at this stage, this maybe a bit dangerous.

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    The so called "motherboard temperature" is not necessarily a particularly meaningful or useful temperature measurement. For instance, on my motherboard, it's actually the temperature of a Winbond chip that sits right under the video card exhaust. So of course it's hot. Big stinking deal. The rest of the motherboard could be hot or cool, but I'd never know from that. In fact, the rest of my motherboard is quite cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astrodanco View Post
    The so called "motherboard temperature" is not necessarily a particularly meaningful or useful temperature measurement. For instance, on my motherboard, it's actually the temperature of a Winbond chip that sits right under the video card exhaust. So of course it's hot. Big stinking deal. The rest of the motherboard could be hot or cool, but I'd never know from that. In fact, the rest of my motherboard is quite cool.
    Thanks for your message.
    Are you then saying that I shouldn't worry about the Northbridge being hot? From what I read, that seems to be a problem, especially for MSI boards, and is related, in part, to the use of some cheap thermal paste. Some people has replaced the thermal paste, and achieved a much lower temperature (I plan doing this as soon as I have time.)
    There is also a suggestion to add a new HS, but that is more expensive, and not worth it with this motherboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charly2nd View Post
    Thanks for your message.
    Are you then saying that I shouldn't worry about the Northbridge being hot?
    What I'm saying is, are you sure that temperature being reported by your motherboard BIOS is actually the temperature of your Northbridge, and not somewhere else on your Motherboard? I determined where it actually was on my motherboard by using a can of freeze spray with a long nozzle to selectively hyper cool one and only one chip at a time on my motherboard until I found the one and only one chip that was affected. And it turned out that it wasn't anywhere near my Northbridge. But no, I am not referring to your specific motherboard, just motherboards in general.
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    I see what you are saying.
    I was looking at different programs, not the BIOS, (HW and Everest), and trusted them. But I will double-check as per your suggestion.
    Thanks!
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    Ya, if you really want the temps of your mobo, use an IR gun to check the temps at a pinpoint location(s).

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    Thanks. I got one of this on the way.

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