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As I go throw my new systems temperature and testing. I stumbled on that my Asus rog B550-I strix mini-itx motherboard, runs chipset a little toasty.

It sits between 61C and 69C for B550, while X570 dark hero board sits below 60C for what I have seen. Temp read outs is from HWINFO64

Does anyone know the max or normal operating temperature for B550 chipset and X570 and not to be mistaken with vrm temp?
 
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It's probably going to vary based on board/sensors, but for what it's worth, here's mine for a B550 with about 10 minutes of uptime.

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It's probably going to vary based on board/sensors, but for what it's worth, here's mine for a B550 with about 10 minutes of uptime.

View attachment 209387
10 min is not enough to heat it up to max. My motherboard takes longer to hit it's max temperature.

But it might be different for your board.
 
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How is your case ventilation? Mine is pretty minimal and looks like this:

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edit: Ambient temp 24C
 
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*shrug* It's what I had at the time. 15 minutes later, the average temp has dropped by .6C

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(also edit): Ambient 25C
 
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*shrug* It's what I had at the time. 15 minutes later, the average temp has dropped by .6C

View attachment 209397
Hmm alright. My board takes a while to heat up. But when it is, it sits between 61C an 69C

How is your case ventilation? Mine is pretty minimal and looks like this:

View attachment 209396

edit: Ambient temp 24C
Air flow is good. All throw airflow to the mini-itx board is more limited. It's not optimal.

I just wanted to know if temp are safe or I shut be concerned. Better airflow to b550 is difficult to do better.

But it's hard to use your image as it doesn't show chipset temperature or at least it dosent say chipset specifically.
 

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Hmm alright. My board takes a while to heat up. But when it is, it sits between 61C an 69C
It has a hella small heatsink and it's under the audio PCB as seen on this video (I don't understand German but the main point is shown on this)


I suppose that your temps are fine as the board is designed like that.

But it's hard to use your image as it doesn't show chipset temperature or at least it dosent say chipset specifically.
PCH
 
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It has a hella small heatsink and it's under the audio PCB as seen on this video (I don't understand German but the main point is shown on this)


I suppose that your temps are fine as the board is designed like that.


PCH
Oof. I see. That is actually a bad design for airflow and that little heatsink as well. No wunder it runs hot then.

It's gonna be impossible to get any airflow to it besides what comes from the cpu fan.

Ah so PCH it is.
 
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Does it actually say Chipset on the B550 HWInfo sensor or some other name? Lower end (hardware reporting-wise) Asus boards especially based on the ASP1106 controller generally have very few coherent sensors, lot of them are nonsensical sensors that don't correspond to anything.

I'd be very surprised if it was actually in the 60s, B550 is basically the same Promontory PCH in B350/B450, doesn't draw much power or get hot at all. I have to try REALLY hard to starve it for airflow to even get it into the upper 40s in either of my 4L volume ITX cases. It's buried under the M.2 with little heatsink area as is the case in just about every ITX board.

60s for X570 is pretty normal, it's literally a repurposed I/O die with a lot of I/O.
 
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Does it actually say Chipset on the B550 HWInfo sensor or some other name? Lower end (hardware reporting-wise) Asus boards especially based on the ASP1106 controller generally have very few coherent sensors, lot of them are nonsensical sensors that don't correspond to anything.

I'd be very surprised if it was actually in the 60s, B550 is basically the same Promontory PCH in B350/B450, doesn't draw much power or get hot at all. I have to try REALLY hard to starve it for airflow to even get it into the upper 40s in either of my 4L volume ITX cases. It's buried under the M.2 with little heatsink area as is the case in just about every ITX board.

60s for X570 is pretty normal, it's literally a repurposed I/O die with a lot of I/O.
Yes in hwinfo64 is does say chipset for a specific sensor on B550 and that sensor reports 61c to 69C at peak.

Yeah i am not so concerned about my X570 board.
 
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@Tomgang

Yeah, not sure why it's so hot, B550 usually has a hard time getting hot even under the most generic tiny heatsink.

But looking around it seems like this is a common problem for the B550-I Strix alone. I know for sure that no B550 and/or ITX board I've ever owned (including my HTPC B550I Aorus AX) has gotten nearly that hot.

I seem to remember Asus being caught with omitting thermal pads entirely on some X570-I Strix boards. Not sure if they're trying to get away with similar here.
 
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Yeah, not sure why it's so hot, B550 usually has a hard time getting hot even under the most generic tiny heatsink.

But looking around it seems like this is a common problem for the B550-I Strix alone. I know for sure that no B550 and/or ITX board I've ever owned (including my HTPC B550I Aorus AX) has gotten nearly that hot.

I seem to remember Asus being caught with omitting thermal pads entirely on some X570-I Strix boards. Not sure if they're trying to get away with similar here.

I think you quoted the wrong person homie. I never mentioned temps at all in that post... that was about a USB hub...
 
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Hey! I saw your thread..

Normally I have really good airflow through my case.. but in a bit of a bad luck streak I managed to break my fan controller. That controls my 3 front Panaflos. Its just a simple 5/7/12v controller from my Define R4. So right now I don't have front fans. I do have the 120 and 140mm fans that came with my cooler mounted as intakes directly above the cooler, and a single 120x38 exhaust. Normally it runs about 10-12c cooler than what I have now. My system has been up about an hour and fifteen minutes, and I ran a round of 3Dmark CPU Profile, so nothing too hardcore... and this is what I found..

She's seen happier days..

3.PNG


Edit:

I notice I have to go though my wires, something is drawing more than it should..
 
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I think you quoted the wrong person homie. I never mentioned temps at all in that post... that was about a USB hub...

iirc its a longtime TPU bug since forever. That certainly wasn't even in the last 10 posts I quoted
 

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@Tomgang

Yeah, not sure why it's so hot, B550 usually has a hard time getting hot even under the most generic tiny heatsink.

But looking around it seems like this is a common problem for the B550-I Strix alone. I know for sure that no B550 and/or ITX board I've ever owned (including my HTPC B550I Aorus AX) has gotten nearly that hot.

I seem to remember Asus being caught with omitting thermal pads entirely on some X570-I Strix boards. Not sure if they're trying to get away with similar here.

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@Tomgang

Yeah, not sure why it's so hot, B550 usually has a hard time getting hot even under the most generic tiny heatsink.

But looking around it seems like this is a common problem for the B550-I Strix alone. I know for sure that no B550 and/or ITX board I've ever owned (including my HTPC B550I Aorus AX) has gotten nearly that hot.

I seem to remember Asus being caught with omitting thermal pads entirely on some X570-I Strix boards. Not sure if they're trying to get away with similar here.
Hmm yeah. I have Google it. I seen a thread where a person had 72C ilde and hitting 80C+ on the same motherboard.

I Will post a screenshot of temp in HWINFO64 later today, when I'm home from work.

Hey! I saw your thread..

Normally I have really good airflow through my case.. but in a bit of a bad luck streak I managed to break my fan controller. That controls my 3 front Panaflos. Its just a simple 5/7/12v controller from my Define R4. So right now I don't have front fans. I do have the 120 and 140mm fans that came with my cooler mounted as intakes directly above the cooler, and a single 120x38 exhaust. Normally it runs about 10-12c cooler than what I have now. My system has been up about an hour and fifteen minutes, and I ran a round of 3Dmark CPU Profile, so nothing too hardcore... and this is what I found..

She's seen happier days..

View attachment 209405

Edit:

I notice I have to go though my wires, something is drawing more than it should..
For what I see, chipset temp is apselutely fine. Cpu a little toasty throw.
 
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Hmm yeah. I have Google it. I seen a thread where a person had 72C ilde and hitting 80C+ on the same motherboard.

I Will post a screenshot of temp in HWINFO64 later today, when I'm home from work.
For what I see, chipset temp is apselutely fine. Cpu a little toasty throw.

You don't have to, I believe you, the review video linked above shows the same thing. Most B550-I Strix owners seem to be sitting in the 50-70C range on chipset temps. Definitely hot for a B550 PCH since normal range is probably 30-50C for just about every other B550 board out there, but it's probably perfectly fine below 70C.

From the video it doesn't look like a thermal contact issue, and the B550 PCH has its own IHS unlike X570. Probably just poor heatsink design then.

Also consider that on the Strix, the chipset temperature does not come from the board's superIO, it comes from a proprietary Asus embedded controller. Who knows, perhaps it's another bogus or incorrect reading.

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You don't have to, I believe you, the review video linked above shows the same thing. Most B550-I Strix owners seem to be sitting in the 50-70C range on chipset temps. Definitely hot for a B550 PCH since normal range is probably 30-50C for just about every other B550 board out there, but it's probably perfectly fine below 70C.

From the video it doesn't look like a thermal contact issue, and the B550 PCH has its own IHS unlike X570. Probably just poor heatsink design then.

Also consider that on the Strix, the chipset temperature does not come from the board's superIO, it comes from a proprietary Asus embedded controller. Who knows, perhaps it's another bogus or incorrect reading.

View attachment 209423
Hmm yeah it can be a bug read or something.

Well any way, here is a screenshot of it. So can you and others see about it.

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Hmm yeah it can be a bug read or something.

Well any way, here is a screenshot of it. So can you and others see about it.

Is that during gaming...? It is dual rank, but 52C is a bit hot for B-die.
 
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Is that during gaming...? It is dual rank, but 52C is a bit hot for B-die.
No just with a lot of fans open in firefox. No gaming. But there is a high ram load. 23 GB out of 32 GB.

Its 3600 MHz Cl14 1,45 volt ratet memory. Running XMP profile. So ram voltage is on the high site throw. Also it is summer in my country. Ambient is about 22C out side and i have no A/C i the room my PC is in.

Edit: i can see memory in my ATX system with same spec besides its single ram. Ilde at around 45C with low load. Else same mhx, CL and voltage. Seems these G.skill just run a little toasty.

But i have not exsperience unstable or errors.
 
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No just with a lot of fans open in firefox. No gaming. But there is a high ram load. 23 GB out of 32 GB.

Its 3600 MHz Cl14 1,45 volt ratet memory. Running XMP profile. So ram voltage is on the high site throw. Also it is summer in my country. Ambient is about 22C out side and i have no A/C i the room my PC is in.

We have the same kit (I have them in Trident RGB form) also in 2DIMM board, full capacity stability testing at the 1.45V XMP overnight took my sticks up to about 47C max. Ambient about 21C.

You have any airflow close to the DIMMs? imho L9x65 isn't the best choice for running B-die, I ran mine couple months with my A0 and A2 single rank kits before moving to L12 Ghost S1, provided next to no passive airflow - 80mm case fans did all the work
 
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We have the same kit (I have them in Trident RGB form) also in 2DIMM board, full capacity stability testing at the 1.45V XMP overnight took my sticks up to about 47C max. Ambient about 21C.

You have any airflow close to the DIMMs? imho L9x65 isn't the best choice for running B-die, I ran mine couple months with my A0 and A2 single rank kits before moving to L12 Ghost S1, provided next to no passive airflow - 80mm case fans did all the work
No not fans close to memory of any of the systems. Not possible. But i have ramped up case fans to full speed now and see how that effect ram temp.
 
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For what I see, chipset temp is apselutely fine. Cpu a little toasty throw
Yeah that was my crappy paste job :D I will fix it later.. I am done messing with computers for a few days.
 
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Temp only dropped by 4C for bofh systems with case fans cranket all the way up.

Mini-ITX load temp now.
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ATX system ram temp at ilde now:
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