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BOND32,
sorry if I came off a tad defensive! I took another look at your post and you probably didn't deserve the tone I came back with.
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Yeah, I was really hoping for it to be virus - can't afford a new cpu at the moment but formatting is just time smile.gif.. and all readings from every monitoring program is reading good temps 22c-31c so i'm rooting for virus smile.gif
but i still think it is wierd that tempin2 is different than it used to be right after bsod.

@miklkit what page? i only have 56... what post #
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Yeah, I was really hoping for it to be virus - can't afford a new cpu at the moment but formatting is just time smile.gif.. and all readings from every monitoring program is reading good temps 22c-31c so i'm rooting for virus smile.gif
but i still think it is wierd that tempin2 is different than it used to be right after bsod.

@miklkit what page? i only have 56... what post #

Were you futher OC'd in the past than you are now? IOW has that CPU ever been much hotter for an extended period in the past?
(follow where I'm drifting?)
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Yep, i have tormented the sh+t out of this chip but not for a year or so, i have had it on a steady oc for a long time no problems at all. and then suddenly bsod.. after a year or so?.. and i have nice cooling! i will try a clean swipe, and hope for the best, but it would be nice to know if there was a connection about the difference in temperature and the bsod.
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This probably my last post in this particular thread. When I removed my UD3 Rev. 1.1 mobo from the case, it was warped like a "mofo".
I knew it would be, based upon the "OZZinator's" posts.

Later and good luck everybody, hope y'all find a feasible solution. I can be found in the "Sabertooth" section here,
Thank You ALL.

I'm not surprised your board is warped. Seems to be pretty common when guys pull them out to check.

Let us know how the new board is. I'm hoping to get a sabertooth in the near future nbc
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Try going back to page 548 or so to see what our best guess is as to TMPIN0,1,2. Does anyone really know?

The A30 can only be rotated 180 degrees. Dunno about the 212.

I don't think anyone has a true answer as to what these sensors are reading, Gigabyte probably doesn't even know and they made the damn thing.
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Try post # 5471 and go from there. There is some educated guessing going on there.
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I don't think anyone has a true answer as to what these sensors are reading, Gigabyte probably doesn't even know and they made the damn thing.

I gave up trying to get an accurate answer. Nothing has caught on fire yet, thats all I know for sure.

Hey Ozzy, what was Giga's response? "Newegg Users say it's fine!" thumb.gif
    
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I gave up trying to get an accurate answer. Nothing has caught on fire yet, thats all I know for sure.

Hey Ozzy, what was Giga's response? "Newegg Users say it's fine!" thumb.gif

??? I had no idea this was supposed to be an issue.
First I could have sworn I heard someone here state with reasonable authority that 2 was the CPU (or VCORE) and 1 was either "System" or the onboard NB and or SB, leaving 3 to be whatever was left but since the CPU was the hottest and of by far greatest concern it's the only one I "stored" (2). Plus in the BIOS the temp that consistantly ran hotter than all the others was specifically labeled "CPU", So when I ran up CPUID H/W Monitor, and TMP2 was on average 10 15c hotter than either 1 or 3 I was doubly confident that 2 had to be CPU. Am I missing something? Or just misconstruing what ya'll are talking about here. (wouldn't be the first time! tongue.gif)
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I gave up trying to get an accurate answer. Nothing has caught on fire yet, thats all I know for sure.

Hey Ozzy, what was Giga's response? "Newegg Users say it's fine!" thumb.gif

I wonder how many of those Newegg users have throttling/VRM issues/warping and actually have no clue. I wouldn't be surprised if it were more than 90% lol

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??? I had no idea this was supposed to be an issue.
First I could have sworn I heard someone here state with reasonable authority that 2 was the CPU (or VCORE) and 1 was either "System" or the onboard NB and or SB, leaving 3 to be whatever was left but since the CPU was the hottest and of by far greatest concern it's the only one I "stored" (2). Plus in the BIOS the temp that consistantly ran hotter than all the others was specifically labeled "CPU", So when I ran up CPUID H/W Monitor, and TMP2 was on average 10 15c hotter than either 1 or 3 I was doubly confident that 2 had to be CPU. Am I missing something? Or just misconstruing what ya'll are talking about here. (wouldn't be the first time! tongue.gif)

TMPIN0 is supposed to be the system temp. TMPIN1 is supposed to be CPU and TMPIN2 is supposed to be the chipset/NB. Now it seems that for guys with Phenom CPU's, that holds true. However for me (and possibly others) TMPIN1 is generally a few degrees lower than TMPIN2 and TMPIN2 matches CPU package temps identically. AMD Overdrive CPU temp matches TMPIN2 and ET6 CPU temp matches TMPIN2. Open Hardware Monitor shows Core temp and Temperature 3 (TMPIN2) to be identical as well. My professional analysis of the data concludes that Gigabyte is garbage.
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