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Motherboard temp 60C

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi

 

During game play I found that my motherboard reach 60C is that safe ?

 

X570

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motherboard temps ? 

do you mean the pcb ? how did you measure that ? and are you sure it's not the cpu 

either way it's good.


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Looks within spec. If possible try to direct air flow on to it. Do you know which part of the mobo is getting hot?


At me or quote me, I want to hear your opinion.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, TofuHaroto said:

motherboard temps ? 

do you mean the pcb ? how did you measure that ? and are you sure it's not the cpu 

either way it's good.

using HWinfo

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Jae Tee said:

Looks within spec. If possible try to direct air flow on to it. Do you know which part of the mobo is getting hot?

No I dont I entered the bios by chance and found it displaying 60C in big red font (scary)

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1 minute ago, Coolday said:

using HWinfo

can you show us a picture 

as i said tho 

it's fine for the most part.


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MX500.

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60 C is perfectly fine.  Most CPUs and surrounding Motherboard components are rated to operate safely at 80 C and lower  However, many systems are purpose-built to tolerate higher.  For example, gaming laptops routinely can handle up to 88 C without much issue.  However, anything above 95 C is considered critical and can potentially lead to potential decoupling of silicon, and actual damage to your chips.

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2 minutes ago, Coolday said:

No I dont I entered the bios by chance and found it displaying 60C in big red font (scary)

It's most likely the chipset temperature and is normal. Unless it's the ambient sensor - in which case, try moving out of the active volcano crater and it should cool off?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, TehDwonz said:

active volcano crater

what is this ?

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Just now, Coolday said:

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Seems completely fine - the Motherboard seems to be reporting the CPU ambient temps, and as I mentioned, anything below 80 C is totally fine. In a TUF Gaming setup, you should be able to creep up even higher with adequate cooling.

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1 minute ago, Coolday said:

what is this ?

Sorry a joke about excessive ambient temperatures ;)

 

It's the chipset IC temp, and nothing to worry about.

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2 minutes ago, Kaelon said:

Seems completely fine - the Motherboard seems to be reporting the CPU ambient temps, and as I mentioned, anything below 80 C is totally fine. In a TUF Gaming setup, you should be able to creep up even higher with adequate cooling.

It may not be.  Not sure what CPU (Weight) is, but my ASUS board reports motherboard temp too.

 

 

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Temp 3 is you CPU socket (not 100%sure) but there Crit-Temp should be around 115 degrees. If you want lower that Temp add airflow to CPU Socket. 

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