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I got this strange feeling something's broken.

Uwillparish

ummm... ? what do you think is wrong? your motherboard temp is a little bit high but other than that it's good.

*mildly autistic*

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What do you think is broken?

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ummm... ? what do you think is wrong?

 

What do you think is broken?

 

I think my motherboards temp sensor is off, you know, by a little

 

Hahah it seems your motherboard is suffering a nuclear meltdown!

 

It looks like you might have a faulty sensor on the motherboard, it would most likely shut itself off if that was happen. 

Seems so, dont know how i would send it in though, i dont have a receipt anywhere

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@LionWaffles im more worried about your signature lol. A fx-6300 in a x99 board with ddr-4 memory lol. 

 

@Uwillparish it seems like your mobo has a faulty sensor like W-L said

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I think my motherboards temp sensor is off, you know, by a little

Seems so, dont know how i would send it in though, i dont have a receipt anywhere

 

 

Most people just set it to ignore the sensor in the BIOS, if there is a new BIOS update or something that might fix it sometimes, or clearing the CMOS. Hard to say if it will though. 

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@LionWaffles im more worried about your signature lol. A fx-6300 in a x99 board with ddr-4 memory lol. 

 

@Uwillparish it seems like your mobo has a faulty sensor like W-L said

Yeah, wonder how he got that amd chip in the mobo socket................ Did he just push and twist or use duck tape?

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LOL. I have an old Intel dg32pr and the north bridge gets to 125 Fahrenheit, has no fan but once it gets to 125 it doesn't go past oddly enough.

 

Edit: I meant Celsius. My bad. 

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LOL. I have an old Intel dg32pr and the north bridge gets to 125 Fahrenheit, has no fan but once it gets to 125 it doesn't go past oddly enough.

thats only like 51c so not to bad, maybe a bit on the hot side but still ok.

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thats only like 51c so not to bad, maybe a bit on the hot side but still ok.

Oh dough my mistake its late here i meant Celsius. 

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