Pfff I am still confused about the temps.
I dropped a question op the customer/technical support from gigabyte, and they say they read out the temps for the cpu with ET6, so i downloaded that.
It gives the same cpu temp as Tmpin2 does. (ET6 is a horrible program) so I still don't know for sure... just one post from a gigabyte moderator on the gigabyte forum isn't enough of an answer to me, because the GGTS says (indirectly) the oposite. Maybe I'm stubborn, but its quite important for me. i don't want to fry my cpu thinking that it has another sensor. under load, the temp difference is 20 degrees so i don't feel comfortable by just guessing and taking everything everyone says.
can also someone give me tips on removing the pushpins on the nb heatsink? i cant remove them without breaking them by just pinching the backside.
and has someone a suggestion how I can test which temps are which? i could do a repaste but I cant reach the NB and i don't want to drain my waterloop again. I also can't see any temp differences if I place a fan right on top of the NB heatsink.
I can't also test the difference with temps under load, because my water will heat up and won't cool down to the old point after about 30 mins. in that time, the roomtemperature has also dropped or raised. both the tmpin1 and tmpin2 temperatures will rise while overclocking.
I'm also thinking in buying a temps sensor. if that won't bring a conclusion, I will buy another board. I have had it with this one but it looks so good