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. Anyone else here see the same temperature characteristics?[/quote]


I had same delta temps as u have on UD-3, but with UD-5 as i said its different. I know bunch of people that have the same delta temperature u have on this picture and thats what we all pointing out and only Kaotic knows "better" !
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Well my TMPIN2 always matches my CPU temp. I'm unable to push my CPU to its thermal limits because of this throttling issue. So I can't verify that TMPIN2 suddenly shoots past CPU temps. Mine starts throttling well before that and when it throttles all the temps drop. This is the single most troublesome board I've ever had the displeasure of owning.
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Well my TMPIN2 always matches my CPU temp. I'm unable to push my CPU to its thermal limits because of this throttling issue. So I can't verify that TMPIN2 suddenly shoots past CPU temps. Mine starts throttling well before that and when it throttles all the temps drop.This is the single most troublesome board I've ever had the displeasure of owning.

Also things keep being said about nobody doing anything to find out what the problem is... I disagree. I've done more than I should have too. Adding fans to the system, pulling heatsinks and putting good thermal compound on. Various clocks and voltages multiple temp monitors... and yes touching a heatsink can most certainly help you determine temps and if a heatsink is properly seated. Some people just feel they know all and everyone else is stupid.
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[quote name="Fordox" url="/t/1023100/official-gigabyte-ga-990fxa-series-owners-thread-club/4780#post_19570687"]I am standing behind your test methods and results Khaotic. I can see your frustrations (to me and other users), and i really appriciate it that you are willing to help.
and itomic... Khaotic still being reasonable, why aren't you?

Method, what method r u talking about ?? I experienced same thing as many others but only Kaotic has different information and u belive his "method" is right based on what ?? And he has Phenom and rest of us have FX chips. Thats not the same !! I now have new UD-5 REV 3.0 and temps readings r different then they was on my UD-3. So Gigabyte has changed something.

he will see if he can borrow an fx chip to see the diffrences himself.

and about the screenshot, it is a FX chip. as to be expected. i would like to see it with a am3 cpu.
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he will see if he can borrow an fx chip to see the diffrences himself.

and about the screenshot, it is a FX chip. as to be expected. i would like to see it with a am3 cpu.

I've asked a few people via e-mail if I can borrow their CPU's for some testing. I'll find all the software I can to monitor temps and show the variance's but some of the won't be usable. If I let the board idle with a few of them the temps read 250c or higher lol.

@itomic my method is to try and actually prove something is wrong and find a fix for, not just squawk about how wrong it is. I don't discredit your problem, only your methods of solving said problem. There are other user's in this thread having the same problem you are having and are trying disparately to find a solid answer rather than just *****. and here I am wasting my time on yet another useless post frown.gif
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Hmmms.

people still debating what tmpin2 is?

frankly i don't even care what it is. Things i know about my UD3 rev 1.0 MY vrms and northbridge got blistering hot I added a 80mm fan to blow air on them. Now they run cooler. I replaced the Thermal pads on both the vrms and the north bridge and secured them with nuts/bolts/nylon washers. To increase seating pressure.

My CPU is liquid Cooled. 280 Alphacool UT60 radiator, and 240 XSPC RX radiator. Raystorm cpu block, EK 7950 gpu block. 750 pump/res. 120 Corsair SP120's on the RX, and 4x Phobya 140mm/25mm fans on the alpha Push/pull.

According to CPUID Hardware monitor Over the course of one week. (last time i rebooted)

Tmpin0- Current 39/ Lowest 37/ Highest 40
Tmpin1- Current 36/ Lowest 33/ Highest 43
Tmpin2- Current 26/ Lowest 25/ Highest 54

Core Temps
Current 24c/ Lowest 13c/ Highest 44


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Other notes, when i had a side panel fan on with my Arc Midi Case, i noticed the system temps were a good bit lower. The Temp probe for the system temp is somewhere around the pci-express slot number 1. I have removed the fan since, putting the GPU under water, system temps increased 6-7c.

I did notice that Tmpin2 got lower when i added a fan to the northbridge/ Vrm area. Its a decent fan 80mmx25mm Sunon

Don't worry so much about the temps, just make sure the most critical components never get hot. I did this with a fan, and new thermal pads/ nuts/bolts. Cpu is cooled very well with custom water loop. Seems to work just fine for me. I don't want to start any debates on what TMPIN2 is, but i will tell you it is definitely not CPU temp. If I had to guess it would be the VRM temp. The more voltage to put to the cpu, the higher TMPIN2 temps i see. I know its not cpu temp cause if tmpin2 was cpu temp, would not make any sense, as it reads higher than my core temps, by a good margin, and I know my cpu doesn't get close to 54c. Take it for what it is worth don't get all stressed over the temps (unless your overheating)
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Hmmms.

people still debating what tmpin2 is?

frankly i don't even care what it is. Things i know about my UD3 rev 1.0 MY vrms and northbridge got blistering hot I added a 80mm fan to blow air on them. Now they run cooler. I replaced the Thermal pads on both the vrms and the north bridge and secured them with nuts/bolts/nylon washers. To increase seating pressure.

My CPU is liquid Cooled. 280 Alphacool UT60 radiator, and 240 XSPC RX radiator. Raystorm cpu block, EK 7950 gpu block. 750 pump/res. 120 Corsair SP120's on the RX, and 4x Phobya 140mm/25mm fans on the alpha Push/pull.

According to CPUID Hardware monitor Over the course of one week. (last time i rebooted)

Tmpin0- Current 39/ Lowest 37/ Highest 40
Tmpin1- Current 36/ Lowest 33/ Highest 43
Tmpin2- Current 26/ Lowest 25/ Highest 54

Core Temps
Current 24c/ Lowest 13c/ Highest 44


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Other notes, when i had a side panel fan on with my Arc Midi Case, i noticed the system temps were a good bit lower. The Temp probe for the system temp is somewhere around the pci-express slot number 1. I have removed the fan since, putting the GPU under water, system temps increased 6-7c.

I did notice that Tmpin2 got lower when i added a fan to the northbridge/ Vrm area. Its a decent fan 80mmx25mm Sunon

Don't worry so much about the temps, just make sure the most critical components never get hot. I did this with a fan, and new thermal pads/ nuts/bolts. Cpu is cooled very well with custom water loop. Seems to work just fine for me. I don't want to start any debates on what TMPIN2 is, but i will tell you it is definitely not CPU temp. If I had to guess it would be the VRM temp. The more voltage to put to the cpu, the higher TMPIN2 temps i see. I know its not cpu temp cause if tmpin2 was cpu temp, would not make any sense, as it reads higher than my core temps, by a good margin, and I know my cpu doesn't get close to 54c. Take it for what it is worth don't get all stressed over the temps (unless your overheating)

Yes. TMPIN02 has been a nightmare for this club.

Your input has brought something to my attention that I wasn't even taking into account. I'm betting the problem isn't the CPU's but the motherboard REVISION. I wounder how many of you who are having problem's reading TMPIN02 are also using a later version of motherboard.

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Well my board is Rev 3. And I will say that it seems to be a nightmare compared to the older revision boards.
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all I wanna do is overclock my unit.. Im lost with all this debate about temps and getting worked up
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Hi all!

I've got a problem on my:
- GA-990FXA-UD5 rev 1.1
- AMD Phenom II 965 @stock
- Corsair 16GB / 1600Mhz Vengeance LP [2x8GB] CL9 1,5V rt [CML16GX3M2A1600C9]

I cannot have a Memtest86+ v4.1 test without any error! No matter the setting I put in BIOS....

Tried combinations of:

- Full auto (puts 11-11-11-30 in auto mode and 1333Mhz) - errors in test #6 of Memtest
- Manual settings as per specs of DDR3 (9-9-9-24, 1.5 v, 1600Mhz) - errors in test #6 of Memtest
- Profile 1 auto setting from XPM Profile - errors in test #6 of Memtest
- ganged and unganged - errors in test #6 of Memtest
- raised mem voltage at 1.550v - errors in test #6 of Memtest
- raised mem voltage at 1.650v - lots of errors in test #6 of Memtest
- raised NB VID at 1.300 (+0.200) - lots of errors in test #6 of Memtest

The best I can get is at 9-9-9-24 @ 1.550v @ 1333Mhz - only ONE error in test #6 of Memtest, but this for sure don't satisfy me....

Any suggestion???

I'm getting crazy!!!

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