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Motherboard reaching 120 Celcius

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello, good afternoon.

I've just upgraded from 3570 to 4790k along with the H97M-E motherboard as I only have a M-ATX casing. It was one week ago that I upgraded it, since then I'm already receiving the high temp on the motherboard but never took it too seriously untill now.

It was already 120 Celcius right after I installed it however in the ASUS bios it's only showing 41 celcius same as ASUS AI Suite 3. But in Speccy, HWmonitor, HWinfo, Speedfan they are all saying it's 120 celcius. And speedfan says that the main motherboard is 41 celcius same as ASUS bios and Suite 3.

I got the motherboard second hand, not sure if it's because of that

Thank you in advance and any helps are appreciated

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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, lafrente said:

Looks like a faulty temp sensor somewhere. 

Yessir, the thing is which is wrong and right

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Probably accurate to the VRMs that look naked and not sinked. Put a fan on em'


 

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41 minutes ago, Rebels1 said:

Yessir, the thing is which is wrong and right

Well its pretty obvious the 100c is wrong. And if it was CPU reporting those temps it'd shut down so its probably the mobo. Try touching the heatsinks or get your hand nearby to see if there's actually any heat. I doubt there is.

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7 minutes ago, lafrente said:

Well its pretty obvious the 100c is wrong. And if it was CPU reporting those temps it'd shut down so its probably the mobo. Try touching the heatsinks or get your hand nearby to see if there's actually any heat. I doubt there is.

It doesn't have heat sinks on the VRMs........ 

 

 


 

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44 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

It doesn't have heat sinks on the VRMs........ 

 

 

Then feel the VRM's themselves, you get the point.

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1 hour ago, Windows95 said:

120º cant be real innit? you can cook on that thing

Yea, 110c on VRMs, they are capable. Probably start throttling at this temp, but capable.


 

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1 hour ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Yea, 110c on VRMs, they are capable. Probably start throttling at this temp, but capable.

those temps dont sound right in any case

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