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...There is no PSU monitoring on HWMonitor. Unless you're saying the BSODs could be caused by a bad PSU, in which case you'd be right. That Etasis PSU doesn't have very good reviews, and is likely 3+ years old. Even if it's not yet failing, it seems time for a replacement.
It seems to be the most logical explanation.
Edited by Benz - 7/12/11 at 4:13pm
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Make a screenshot like THIS <---Click on THIS. I must see everything in HWMonitor, in order to help you.
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That was when i play gta iv!!
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Looks like a component on your motherboard is at 80C, which is way too high. Your CPU temps look perfectly normal. With watercooling systems airflow to the motherboard can sometimes be forgotten, so try aiming a fan right at the motherboard and see if that does anything.

Does the 80C temperature ever change, or is it always at 80C? If there's never any change I would guess it's a faulty temperature probe and there's really nothing to worry about. This would also mean the BSODs are likely due to something else.
I have already put a fan on motherboard cpu and it seems like does something!

Sometimes the 80C change about 78-82 exact!!

Oslo in bios the cpu temp is correct at 37 idle and 29 its processor!!
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Wait, it seems that your PSU has a thermal sensor. Also your -12V readings are severely low, -4.10V. This is definitely a PSU problem. I suggest that you get yourself a new one.
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post #35 of 55
It's the 770 chipset that is showing 80C. Nothing to worry about. Gigabyte said that it's perfectly normal. I had the same thing with 770TA-UD3. No problems at all for two years. Not sure why you are getting blue screens, though. It could very well be the power supply.
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It seems to be the most logical explanation.

OK..

But,i don't think psu is the problem!!

My hobby is electronics chips and actually amplifiers!!!

Before i buy my psu i look around and i think that you will never find any psu at 850 with this technology and performance it gives with power consumption under 250 euro!!!

After two weeks i ask someone who knew about it and he told me that is one of the best psu !!!
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It's the 770 chipset that is showing 80C. Nothing to worry about. Gigabyte said that it's perfectly normal. I had the same thing with 770TA-UD3. No problems at all for two years. Not sure why you are getting blue screens, though. It could very well be the power supply.
Perfectly normal you say... Let me tell you my friend, It can't be normal for any chipset to heat up to 80°C. This just isn't normal.
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Wait, it seems that your PSU has a thermal sensor. Also your -12V readings are severely low, -4.10V. This is definitely a PSU problem. I suggest that you get yourself a new one.
OK my friend, i will try another psu 850 watts new nad i 'll tell you for results !!!
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Perfectly normal you say... Let me tell you my friend, It can't be normal for any chipset to heat up to 80°C. This just isn't normal.


The temparature is with the 770 chipset, and 80 degrees celcius is normal.

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Sent :1/9/2011 18:52
Question :About TMPIN2 temps.. It is at 81C at the moment. Fluctuates between 79C and 81C. So my question is, why is it that hot and is there any way to fix it? And can it do any damage? Have had three other Gigabyte motherboards but I have never seen temps like that before. Have had this motherboard for a while, so I am not able to turn it in anymore. Have not bothered with watching the temps on this before. Just recently noticed it.
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OK..

But,i don't think psu is the problem!!

My hobby is electronics chips and actually amplifiers!!!

Before i buy my psu i look around and i think that you will never find any psu at 850 with this technology and performance it gives with power consumption under 250 euro!!!

After two weeks i ask someone who knew about it and he told me that is one of the best psu !!!
Really? One of the best PSU you say.

http://www.club-3d.com/index.php/pro...sp-d850cb.html

Take a really good look at this one it costs 120$ and it's better than yours.

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The temparature is with the 770 chipset, and 80 degrees celcius is normal.

Best regards
GIGABYTE-team Scandinavia

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Sent :1/9/2011 18:52
Question :About TMPIN2 temps.. It is at 81C at the moment. Fluctuates between 79C and 81C. So my question is, why is it that hot and is there any way to fix it? And can it do any damage? Have had three other Gigabyte motherboards but I have never seen temps like that before. Have had this motherboard for a while, so I am not able to turn it in anymore. Have not bothered with watching the temps on this before. Just recently noticed it.
I really don't care what Gigabyte says I'm telling you that 80°C for any silicon based chip isn't normal cause they stop being stable at that temperature.
Edited by Benz - 7/13/11 at 3:42pm
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