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Topic # 228577 12-Jan-2018 18:32
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..... I dont think my board would be that hot - pretty sure it wouldve given up by now :D

 





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  Reply # 1937796 12-Jan-2018 18:47
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Imo sensor will be that hot. Northbirdge location I think. You have an urgent need for an espresso attachment.

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  Reply # 1937811 12-Jan-2018 19:10
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My old core 2 junkers beep and turn off when the ICH gets to 104 so that is doing very well. They also seem to be unstable above 90 - would crash doing a mirror resync on the esata card unless I stuck a desk fan into the case.





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  Reply # 1937815 12-Jan-2018 19:23
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@xpd what do you use for temp monitoring?

 

I'm still using RealTemp from way back for the temp display in the sys tray.


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  Reply # 1938266 13-Jan-2018 19:30
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@xpd what do you use for temp monitoring?

 

I'm still using RealTemp from way back for the temp display in the sys tray.

 

 

Looks like he's using Speccy





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  Reply # 1938397 13-Jan-2018 22:26
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Yeah that was from Speccy. Motherboard sensor has always shown abnormally high temps from new, never bothered me or caused issues :)

 

But hey, if its a true reading, Im impressed its still going hehe ;)





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