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Originally Posted by Panickypress;14687539 
hello, maybe someone could give some help with 2 questions??
i wrote to gigabyte complaining about the issue of not being able to restart/reset with the ud7.. they told me to flash to f4b bios so i did, and it did not fix it.. unless i set voltage to more than 1.4v - but i've noticed that above 1.35v hwmonitor shows tmpin2 is getting REALLY hot after a few hours of gaming (hit 110c at one time) but still 100% stable... so what is this tmpin2 and why does it not like voltage?

Are those high temps actually sustained?

I'm having a near identical problem --- only I'm showing TMPIN0 and TMPIN2 temp SPIKES at 89 - 90c.

The spikes are near instantaneous and I would have no idea were it not for HWMonitor.

Are there any other Hardware monitoring programs that record a min/max like HWMonitor does!?!?

Example here and more in my thread below:

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To be clear the temp spikes often occur while the computer is completely idle.

Just to make sure I left the computer on all day today with HWMonitor as the only program running.

Sure enough when I got home from work, same thing.

TMPIN0/2 showing 90c max temp.

Here's my system AFTER Intel Burn Test. Check the MAX temps. This was 10 passes of IBT @ maximum memory setting:

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the temps in hwmonitor must be faulty! that screenshot was actually from when i was writing that post before, and checking it again right after.. i then just sat starring at it, and suddenly temps went from 33c to 119c and back to 33c in 2 sec. and cpu fan said 25000rpm wich i know is false since the case would be lifting of the ground at those speeds.. so maybe i should not be so worried..
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Originally Posted by Panickypress;14688632 
so maybe i should not be so worried..


Phew well I kinda feel the same way now that I know I'm not the only person this is happening to.

My temps WERE reading exactly what yours are showing before I updated my BIOS using the @BIOS program.

That lowered the "perceived" temp spikes from 110c+ to EXACTLY 89, 90, or 91c.

Are you MAX temps always the same reading also?

**EDIT** I'm on a UD3 MOBO not a UD7.
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I'm running a log with AMD Overdrive right now to see if I can trigger another temp spike while running both AMD Overdriver and HWMonitor.

If I see a temp spike in both then I'm really gonna be worried.

That would rule out a software problem meaning that it's a either a faulty sensor or worse some type of hardware issue.
Edited by LesPaulLover - 8/23/11 at 2:08pm
    
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Good news here I think....

HWMonitor showing 89c Temp spike on TMPIN2 again....

AMD Overdrive log did **NOT** show a temp spike.

Gonna do a cold reboot and run both monitors again til HWMonitor shows another spike.
Edited by LesPaulLover - 8/23/11 at 2:26pm
    
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the picture from before was with optimized settings in bios except for the auto cpu fan speed dissabled, wich is controlled by my pump via the usb on the antec 920.. this picture here is with multiplier only oc to 3,8 ghz and theres no real difference.. but i found that i can trigger the faulty fanspeed and tmpin readings by turning the fans to max 2300rpm. strangely i also get voltagepeaks that are up to 1.9v doing this.
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Looks to be an HWMonitor error...AMD Overdrive Logging never shows any spikes. This makes me happy. However.....

[IMG]990fxa-ud5.jpg


The heatsink circled in red gets ***EXTREMELY*** hot. Is this normal? I'm talking to hot to touch it for more than 3 or 4 seconds; it would probably burn me.

The GREEN ARROWS represent 2x 560 sli.

I'm hoping this means it's doing it's job. But it also means I'm gonna need ANOTHER fan. The dual 560s were a mistake. I might return them both and just buy a 580 or something.

I have 1 fan on the side of my case...with room for a 2nd. Right now it's best in the bottom slot blasting ice cold air on BOTH GPUs. However in the top slot, it keeps that RED heatsink sugnificantly cooler to the touch.
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Feedback from all would be appreciated. This is my first build and I'll need to return parts ASAP if I ****ed something up.
    
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THE SYSTEM HAS EXPERIENCED BOOT FAIL DUE TO OVERCLOCK
?? every time i try to over clock higher then 3.7 ghz i get this
mb = Gigabyte GA-990FXA-D3
CPU = AMD Phenom II X6 1055T
Ram = G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3
what bio settings should i use to get to 4ghz with out error
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