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I recently upgraded my motherboard, and ever since my cpu temperatures are ridiculously high. It is 54c idle, figured I put too much paste on, so after about a week I put fresh coat on and tried again. It continues on. My old board, with the same cooler and same paste, ran around 20c cooler, but I'm figuring the sensors were off. That board was jacked and showed really messed up data, so now I am thinking my current cooler has always kept it at 53c, but I just never knew. I don't know what to think anymore. Anyone have any suggestions besides getting a new cooler, because I'm broke at the moment.
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Soooo... what kind of CPU cooler do you have?
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It's possible the mobo BIOS or sensor is off. Are you using Core Temp to read the cores?
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What software are you using to monitor the temps and have you contacted ASUS or AMD?
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What software are you using to monitor the temps and have you contacted ASUS or AMD?

The ASUS board is the one I replaced. I changed it in my rigbuilder, but for some reason it isn't showing it correctly on my sig. I use GIGABYTE GA-990FXA-UD3.
As for the temp software, I use AMD Overdrive.

Basically, I was getting a ridiculous amount of blue screens. I've always had a problem with my ASUS board, I just never felt it was worth RMA'ing or dealing with. Though, a few sticks of my RAM decided to blow out, and I've had to replace a perfectly good power supply with that board as well. It also showed my voltages being 4+ lower than it should be, but my vmeter showed my PSU was putting out the proper amount. So, I figured I should go ahead and replace my board. Since the replacement, the voltages show correctly, and the blues screens stopped. Problem is, the temperature is showing much, much, higher than my old board. So either I put the heatsink back on improperly (twice) or my old board was such trash that it was reading the temps wrong and my new board is actually correct. I'm figuring my temps have always been this high, just never knew it.
Edited by Zinxe - 3/14/12 at 5:59pm
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post #6 of 15
Temps are way too high. (or do you live directly on the equator and use your computer outside?)

You should check your CPU temps in the BIOS under component Health (something like that)

Normal would be 30ish in the BIOS

I don't use AMD Overdrive to check CPU temps. Does it do CPU or are you looking at your GPU temps
post #7 of 15
If your running your cpu at stock and have an aftermarket heatsink your temps should be in the low 30c idle.
Try using cpuid hardware monitor and see what the temps are on there.

http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor/versions-history.html
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Originally Posted by Zinxe View Post

I recently upgraded my motherboard, and ever since my cpu temperatures are ridiculously high. It is 54c idle, figured I put too much paste on, so after about a week I put fresh coat on and tried again. It continues on. My old board, with the same cooler and same paste, ran around 20c cooler, but I'm figuring the sensors were off. That board was jacked and showed really messed up data, so now I am thinking my current cooler has always kept it at 53c, but I just never knew. I don't know what to think anymore. Anyone have any suggestions besides getting a new cooler, because I'm broke at the moment.

I've got the same board and processor and I'm idling ~31°C. Try using EasyTune from Gigabyte, that helps me check temps. HWMonitor doesnt show any temps for my processor??? confused.gif
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I used this cooler for a while, but the stock cooler worked better by about 10c.
Also, I know it says "Russia", but I'm in the states. I just named it Russia, and gave my hd's Russian city names. biggrin.gif
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Edited by Zinxe - 3/22/12 at 9:09pm
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