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Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by brunello, Apr 5, 2014.

  1. brunello

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    I've got this problem, since this morning my board decided that the "motherboard temp" is over 100°C so now I've the fans stuck at full speed and I've massive throttling for the cpu...

    I've checked (finger sensor :laugh:), everything is cool, so my question is, it is possible to disable that sensor?

    P.S. note that the cpu fan is indicated to almost idle while it's at max speed....

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  2. Devon68

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    Does the air feel that warm coming out of the PC? Try to update the motherboards driver. Or disconnect the 24 pin and 8 or 4 pin for the cpu and reconnect them.Do the same for the noctua cpu fan.
     
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    no, everything is cool, I've reset the bios and nothing append... after a couple of restart everything return normal.

    I'm starting to hate this board...

    so, there's no possibilities to disable the "motherboard temp" sensor?
     
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    I get that too all so with HWINFO as well.. In HWINFO you can right click and hide it.
     
  5. brunello

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    I've found this on HWinfo :

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    the system is at idle, the PCH is at 50°C and there is another temp that is quite high for idle.

    is that normal?
     
  6. brunello

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    today the board decide that one week of "no problem" was enough...

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    now I've the socket @ 122°C while the cpu is @ -1°C

    I didn't know I've put some LN2 on the cpu, my bad!

    ok, as always massive throttling on the cpu, is it possible to revert to an older BIOS?
     
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    ASUS crap sensor. Just manually set the fan speed using the AI software. Going backwards on the bios wont fix it
     
  8. Devon68

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    Wow now that's something you don't see everyday.
    Maybe re apply the thermal paste. But that motherboard seems to be nuts.
     

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