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I've noticed that every few days the motherboard temperature reading jumps up from 24C to 123C. The first time it happened AI Suit II gave me a warning and instantly restarted my system. When I checked the temperatures in the bios everything seemed fine. When it happens now I simply relog into Windows and the sensor works fine. I initially thought it was a bug in the AI Suit but all other monitoring software also report the high temperatures. Is this something I should be concerned about? Is the sensor faulty?
Edited by nezzarix - 7/24/11 at 9:34am
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AiSuite II does the same for all. It's bad software. Use programs like HWiNFO 32/64 instead.
    
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AiSuite II does the same for all. It's bad software. Use programs like HWiNFO 32/64 instead.
Other programs also report the temperature spike though, it's not just AISuit II. Could AI Suit II somehow be interfering with the other monitoring software?
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You should only run one monitoring program at a time. To make sure that it is not interfering uninstall it and uninstall PC Probe II if you have that installed.
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I had this error just now ... suddenly 123c on motherboard showing in both asus suite and hw monitor.

Just as before after a restart it down to 28c and no difference as to how hot the different heatsinks on the motherboard "feels".. they are not that hot at all.

so now i have removed the whole asus suite thing .. i dont really need it anyways .. if im overclocking i do it in bios.

btw my motherboard is p8z68v gen 3
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I had this error just now ... suddenly 123c on motherboard showing in both asus suite and hw monitor.
Just as before after a restart it down to 28c and no difference as to how hot the different heatsinks on the motherboard "feels".. they are not that hot at all.
so now i have removed the whole asus suite thing .. i dont really need it anyways .. if im overclocking i do it in bios.
btw my motherboard is p8z68v gen 3

I had this exact same problem. Someone told me to go to asus.com and download the lastest chipset driver. Haven't had the issue since!

Check this thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1110072/hwmonitor-cputin-showing-124c

Follow what JTMarch86 says to do...got me patched right up!
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AiSuite II does the same for all. It's bad software. Use programs like HWiNFO 32/64 instead.

Not for me.
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I've noticed that every few days the motherboard temperature reading jumps up from 24C to 123C. The first time it happened AI Suit II gave me a warning and instantly restarted my system. When I checked the temperatures in the bios everything seemed fine. When it happens now I simply relog into Windows and the sensor works fine. I initially thought it was a bug in the AI Suit but all other monitoring software also report the high temperatures. Is this something I should be concerned about? Is the sensor faulty?

Probably just a false sensor report, I am almost sure. Heating up takes some time, it won't go to 123°C in 1 second, nothing to worry about.
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