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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

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post #3531 of 10107
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Allright folkes smile.gif
Quick question for you. After updating my BIOS from 1208 (modded version) to 1604 I have noticed that temperatures of Northbridge and Memory sticks went up. They are now around 6*C higher than before in idle.
I've checked my memory with a WinMemTest for errors and system was fully stressed. Northbridge temp was 40*C and so was the temp of my RAM. Could you tell me if you noticed the same thing after Bios update? Is it normal for FX-6100? I haven't overclocked it yet, so it has run with stock speed 3.3 GHz. Quite strange.
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And another question.

Could anyone exlplain to me what are Temperature 1 and Temperature 2 on Aida's OSD Sensor panel?
Temp 1 - is it responsible for VRM temperature?
Temp 2 - I have no clue :/ (SB ?)
The Aida64 manual shows them being TTEMP1 as Temperature #1 and TTEMP2 as Temperature #2. Which goes all the way up to TTEMP20, so my guess they would be for the boards "TUF Thermal Radar". Which are just random sensors placed on the board to let you know if you're building hot spots in certain areas of your machine. Either that or they are hard drive temps, has to be one of them two options.

Edit: Nope not hard drive. Hard drive temps are THDD#.
Edited by Warmonger - 11/14/12 at 5:54pm
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And what about increased temperature after BIOS Update?
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The Aida64 manual shows them being TTEMP1 as Temperature #1 and TTEMP2 as Temperature #2. Which goes all the way up to TTEMP20, so my guess they would be for the boards "TUF Thermal Radar". Which are just random sensors placed on the board to let you know if you're building hot spots in certain areas of your machine. Either that or they are hard drive temps, has to be one of them two options.

Edit: Nope not hard drive. Hard drive temps are THDD#.

Well, it's quite strange, but it would be good to know what is their function. You wrote that they are random - in sabertooth user's manual there is a picture with location of all those sensors and two of them are near VRM AFAIR.
I have disabled HDD temp in OSD panel, so those TEMP 1 and TEMP 2 are not HDD temperatures.
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And what about increased temperature after BIOS Update?
Well, it's quite strange, but it would be good to know what is their function. You wrote that they are random - in sabertooth user's manual there is a picture with location of all those sensors and two of them are near VRM AFAIR.
I have disabled HDD temp in OSD panel, so those TEMP 1 and TEMP 2 are not HDD temperatures.
I've learned to never trust bios temp readouts. If your temps are still the same in CoreTemp and Aida64, then I wouldn't worry about it. Bios code for reading sensors has always been terrible since bios's existed. As for the random sensors, I don't mean technically random like dropped on like sprinkles. But in a way that it can monitor certain areas of your board (will be the same spots on every other Sabertooth). I would pull out the spec sheet on ASUS's website, and pin point every senor they built into the board. That way you can rule out what its not, which is the best way to find out what they are. And possibly which sensor correlates with which temperature.
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Your temps are fair close to mine. My NB runs about 42c is anything is going on.
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@raephen thenks for the post!

You might also be interested to know that even though one of the marketing points is something along the lines of "extra PWM connectors!", the case-fan connectors on my Saberkitten control 3-pin voltage regulated fans.

I use them to control the fans on my radiators, with the help of Fan Xpert.

So either the 4-pin case-fan connectors are some form of hybrid, or just plain old 3-pin vr ones with an extra pin for good looks.

You can control a pwm fan with voltage regulation, bur not the other way arround: a vr-fan (3-pin) with pwm.
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Your temps are fair close to mine. My NB runs about 42c is anything is going on.

And could you tell me which BIOS version you have? Ok! The latest probably because you've got FX-8350.
Is there any chance that previous BIOSES are better especially for FX-6100 (I mean, they if they are more stable)?
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@Warmonger I've learned to never trust bios temp readouts. If your temps are still the same in CoreTemp and Aida64, then I wouldn't worry about it.

But as I wrote, they were around 5*C lower when I had 1090T Thuban CPU, so I look for an answer. What has caused temperature increase in NB and RAM, because that could make my system to be more unstable when I start to overclock it.
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post #3537 of 10107
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Your temps are fair close to mine. My NB runs about 42c is anything is going on.

And could you tell me which BIOS version you have? Ok! The latest probably because you've got FX-8350.
Is there any chance that previous BIOSES are better especially for FX-6100 (I mean, they if they are more stable)?
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@Warmonger I've learned to never trust bios temp readouts. If your temps are still the same in CoreTemp and Aida64, then I wouldn't worry about it.

But as I wrote, they were around 5*C lower when I had 1090T Thuban CPU, so I look for an answer. What has caused temperature increase in NB and RAM, because that could make my system to be more unstable when I start to overclock it.

No other changes were made in regards to airflow within the case?
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No other changes were made in regards to airflow within the case?

Nope. For a year my Thuban CPU had been cooled down by Scythe Mugen 2. I have recently installed EK custom watercooling system, so it should have even been cooler than before. I guess. That's only FX-6100 running on a default clock and memory running at 1600 MHz (ATM).
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Warmonger:

My BIOS is the latest & greatest; i.e.1604. Ocassionally you run into a BIOS upgrade that causes problems. That happened with 1208 when I still had my 1055T installed and just prior to my recent FX-8350 upgrade. However, the problems that I had with that particular BIOS were not associated with temps (never found out what, exactly). What i did was re-install 1304 and all was well once again. Looking at all of your temps, I really don't see a problem. If it spikes upwards, say around 50c-60c, then I would probably shutdown and tear it apart to find out what's going on. Maybe you want check on the effectiveness of your case fans, making sure there are no hidden obstructions. Also, are you pulling air out or pushing air in? That could make a difference if you have fans opposing each other. Probably not the case, but worth mentioning. I have a large case and it employs about 6 fans not counting the motherboard and the H100. I run the H100 full blast, all the time, and seldom if ever do my temps budge much no matter what I'm doing. I wouldn't get 'paranoid' about it. If something happens and it gets hot enough, it's going to shut down anyway (assuming your BIOS is setup properly).
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Nope. For a year my Thuban CPU had been cooled down by Scythe Mugen 2. I have recently installed EK custom watercooling system, so it should have even been cooler than before. I guess. That's only FX-6100 running on a default clock and memory running at 1600 MHz (ATM).

Have you tried reseating the cpu-waterblock? My XSPC Raystorm block was a bugger to mount, but when I got it right, my FX-4170 could handle 4,8GHz without breaking too much of a sweat. It even broke the 5 GHz last week: for a bit during OCCT stressing my mix of bus and multiplier oc. The bus jumped from the 240 I had set it at to 250, causing the chip to run over 5 for a bit. Still, 50 C cpu socket is the max for during that 1 hour test.

I had a Prolimatech Genesis with two TR TY-140 fans, first, and while both idle and max stress test temps are only a 5-ish C cooler with my custom loop, the temps while playing a game, for instance, are much lower than with the Genesis.
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