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Gigabyte System Information Viewer (SIV) false(?) high temp alert

Hi,

When my pc not doing anything hard things (just mails were open in Chrome and CPUID HWMonitor was open in back) I saw a Gigabyte System Information Viewer (SIV) "high temperature system alert" notification pop up window for a few seconds. 

OK, I have this software and I configured in the software a 80°C high CPU temperature alert in past (a half year ago) but my CPU never went up above 65°C. Furtunately I had opened CPUID HWMonitor earlyer so I checked it and this shows the CPU's max. temperature was 45°C. So I don't know why I saw the SIV "high temp system alert". I updated the Gigabyte APP Center few days ago, so it's just a bug? Or something wrong with my pc? I observed too HWMonitor shows different temperatures than SIV. SIV shows ~10°C less.

 

Another thing... I saw extereamly high max temperatures in CPUID HWMonitor's TMPIN0-5 section after SIV's "high temp system alert" popped up (eg. 124°C). I attach a screenshoot of this.

Reassure me that everything is fine with my pc. I changed power chord yesterday, because the original seasonic power chord was too loose and heard some electrical spark noise around...

 

Thanks :) 

 

My specs:

SEASONIC FOCUS-GX-750 80+ Gold PSU
GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO Motherboard
i7-9700K CPU
COLORFUL GeForce RTX 2070 8GB Super GPU
CORSAIR 64GB Vengeance RAM
BE QUIET! Dark Rock Pro 4  CPU cooler
PHANTEKS ECLIPSE P600S TG case

ADATA XPG GAMMIX 1TB SSD

 

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