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Because your link is any more proof than what we have experienced? Perhaps it is the CPU we are using however it doesn't change the fact that TMPIN2 matches CPU Package temperatures exactly in all situations. Have a look at these screen shots for yourself.

This would be at idle nothing at all going on.





This is all 8 cores loaded in Prime





This is 4 cores loaded in Prime





And finally this is all cores at idle just after stopping Prime completely. Which best shows what we observe. Take notice TMPIN1 is still 42C while TMPIN2 and CPU Package are both 23C






What does this prove? This proves that TMPIN2 matches the CPU Package temperatures identically. Perhaps TMPIN2 is package temp and TMPIN1 is core temp. I don't know, but what I do know is that I highly doubt my northbridge heats up and cools down as fast as the CPU does.

I guess It differs depending what CPU you have on.
For me, when I OC CPU the temp of the NB goes up exponentially, it gets like a 10c to 15c more because of the OC, which to me makes no sense. I'm starting to get paranoid and thinking is linked to the VRM's temp somehow.
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Because your link is any more proof than what we have experienced? Perhaps it is the CPU we are using however it doesn't change the fact that TMPIN2 matches CPU Package temperatures exactly in all situations. Have a look at these screen shots for yourself.
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This would be at idle nothing at all going on.





This is all 8 cores loaded in Prime





This is 4 cores loaded in Prime





And finally this is all cores at idle just after stopping Prime completely. Which best shows what we observe. Take notice TMPIN1 is still 42C while TMPIN2 and CPU Package are both 23C





What does this prove? This proves that TMPIN2 matches the CPU Package temperatures identically. Perhaps TMPIN2 is package temp and TMPIN1 is core temp. I don't know, but what I do know is that I highly doubt my northbridge heats up and cools down as fast as the CPU does.

I think someone, somewhere, crossed them wires in your motherboard lol, shouldn't be the same reading as your package:

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I guess It differs depending what CPU you have on.
For me, when I OC CPU the temp of the NB goes up exponentially, it gets like a 10c to 15c more because of the OC, which to me makes no sense. I'm starting to get paranoid and thinking is linked to the VRM's temp somehow.

I honestly don't know what is going on or even what TMPIN2 reflects. It definitely matches my CPU, why this would change with a different CPU I don't know and really makes no sense. If its really NB temps its shouldn't change just because a different CPU is used. What I do know my board throttles if I push it any harder than I am right now. The throttling seems to be VRM related even though I have a fan on them. The temps are a bit higher than usual right now because for whatever reason its hot here in good old Florida today and I haven't bothered to turn on the AC yet lol.
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I think someone, somewhere, crossed them wires in your motherboard lol, shouldn't be the same reading as your package:


lol one thing is for sure, I hate this motherboard. Yours is clearly showing different sensor temps than mine. Gigabyte's quality control must be a bunch of retarded spider monkeys or something for this amount of problems and inconsistency to escape into the wild.
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lol one thing is for sure, I hate this motherboard. Yours is clearly showing different sensor temps than mine. Gigabyte's quality control must be a bunch of retarded spider monkeys or something for this amount of problems and inconsistency to escape into the wild.

WELL.... I am careful with my words in regards to it, as I have been round-house kicked to the face before while on the subject. But my 0.1v swings under load, inevitable overvoltage with every bios and LLC setting and throttling VRMs have definitely caused me some anger. Lol.
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Getting the voltages I want is definitely a task lol it's not the most friendly system out there.
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Well I know tmpin2 follows my cpu temp exactly until my package temp reaches 50c. After that tempin2 will continue to climb to about 65c under OCCT stress...

Socket temp? I don't know... But Putting a fan on the NB cooler doesn't change the tempin2 reading...
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Updated my rig build.. hoping someone can guide me step by step..

thanks again
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I have Gigabyte-990FXA-UD-5. Word about throttling. Im in BIOS, seting all that needs to be set. F10 and reeboot in Windows. We have throttling. Going back to BIOS, change only HPC to ENABLE and hit F10 rebbot in to rhe Windows. I have run IBT 20 runs, no thrittling !!
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Because your link is any more proof than what we have experienced? Perhaps it is the CPU we are using however it doesn't change the fact that TMPIN2 matches CPU Package temperatures exactly in all situations. Have a look at these screen shots for yourself.

This would be at idle nothing at all going on.





This is all 8 cores loaded in Prime





This is 4 cores loaded in Prime





And finally this is all cores at idle just after stopping Prime completely. Which best shows what we observe. Take notice TMPIN1 is still 42C while TMPIN2 and CPU Package are both 23C






What does this prove? This proves that TMPIN2 matches the CPU Package temperatures identically. Perhaps TMPIN2 is package temp and TMPIN1 is core temp. I don't know, but what I do know is that I highly doubt my northbridge heats up and cools down as fast as the CPU does.


How about you contact gigabyte support and ask them. I have already asked. And posted the results, It was taken down do to drama caused by another member that couldn't prove his opinion.

I'll say it one last time then just start squelching member's.

"My CPU whould be TOTALLY DESTROYED!" if it was the CPU package, Socket, or anything else to do with the CPU. So your saying I have a verry magical golden 955 that can hold 4.0Ghz @1.44Vcore with up to 80c temps and do this for the more than a year 24/7. All I can say is impossible with the stability and time its been up and running. Post proof, not speculation.

I swear this board is like a magnet....

Why would a mod for the GIGABYTE COMMUNITY FORUM lie?

I swear.. OCN is sliding down hill everyday.

Are you positive that your Temp monitor program is actually reading your Core Temps correct? it must be very very cold for your chip to idle at a low 55f, it must very very cold in your room.
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