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TMPIN0, TMPIN1, TMPIN2 what the FUDGE are they!?

post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 
Alright ive been doing a little research as to find out what these temperatures are on HWMonitor. The only facts ive have gotten is that 1) they are different for every MOBO, and 2) its confusing me lol.
SO as a solution (i hope) im hoping that people will place on this thread:

1) Your Motherboard (model)
2) what you think tmpin0/1/2 are on your mobo. (UNDER LOAD)
3) what is your core temp
(all temps in celcius)


i want to compare results from everybody and hope to find a solution to this problem and hopefully have a page for everyone to be able to reference.

MY TEMPS:
1) Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3
2) tmpin0= 32
tmpin1= 44
tmpin2=41
3) core temp= 29


according to BIOS temps
tmpin0= MOBO
tmpin1= CPU temp
and supposedly tmpin2 = NB

............... BUT for one i find it strange that my cpu temp is so much lower than the core temp, when ive read its supposed to be the opposite and two i touched the MOSFET, the Northbridge, and Southbridge heatsinks. roughly guessing, NB was the hottest, MOSFET was second hottest leaving the SB the coolest. So Would it be safe to assume that:

tmpin0 = MOSFET?
tmpin1 = NB temp??
tmpin2 = SB temp????

this would make more sense to me.
please post your temps even if you just pass by this thread, i really would like to find a solution to this mystery and the more information i can collect the better the result. biggrin.gif
Edited by GhostSniper08 - 4/5/12 at 2:45pm
post #2 of 7
On my board they are:

MOBO: 30c
CPU: 25c
NB: 40c
Cores: 20c

These are the idle temps right now.
post #3 of 7
Thread Starter 
to which TMPIN's are those to? also what motherboard are you using and what are your temps under load? Those are a little more helpful.
post #4 of 7
They are in order 0-3. My board is an ASRock Fatal1ty (it's in my sig)

Core temps under load average 45c. CPU ~55c.
post #5 of 7
TMPIN0=aux
TMPIN1=mobo
TMPIN2=cpu
  
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post #6 of 7
Thread Starter 
great..thanx ...keep it coming guys...tell your friends to post also please..i need as much data as possible.
post #7 of 7
Hey, you ever figure this out? I've got the same MB, (rev 4) and the easytune6 program goes, "danger Danger" even at idle. I set the temps to:

CPU= 60c

CPU= 60c

System= 40c

But under load, (BF3, Hitman Absolution, sometimes youtube!) I'm surpassing those temps and then some.
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