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TMPIN2 Overheating

post #1 of 101
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hello, I'm stuck with this problem for over then a six months, haven't found a solution, and I'm not sure there is one, since no one ever fixed(i guess)
my TMPIN2 is ovearheating as ****, it is causing me a bad performance on games(high FPS drops, pretty annoying)
my PC case is Thermaltake WINGRS 101
my motherboard is Gigabyte MA78LMT-S2
my CPU AMD Phenom 2 x4 955 3.2Ghz
GPU GTX 460
some people saying that TMPIN2 Temps are for the NorthBridge, and others saying its the Chipset of the motherboard, so I clearly don't know what does this TMPIN2 state for, but I just want my good perfomances back
here is a screenshot that I took to show you that temps are insanely high, and it was while playing COD4:

I'm sorry for my bad English, please try and helping me to solve this ****in problem.
post #2 of 101
Your north bridge and your CPU is overheating. A 955BE is mean to hit 62C and your going 77 :O

check inside your computer and see if your fan isnt getting blocked.
post #3 of 101
Thread Starter 
no it isn't
post #4 of 101
Are all the fans pulling in the correct direction? Bad case airflow would be my guess. What kind of CPU cooler do you have?

edit: your fan PWN0 is at 0%?
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post #5 of 101
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Yeah it's on 0, and what is it?
i have only 2 fans, the cpu one and the case fan, that is normaly barley moving as far as i can see it, would a new case like CM HAF XM could solve my problem?
and the cpu fan is DEEP COOLER GAMA BLADE, its kinda unknown fan but when I bought i saw that it has no affects on my temps even when i had the stock cpu fan.
post #6 of 101
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anyone?
post #7 of 101
Welcome to OCN smile.gif

Its probably just a software glitch.

I should also mention that your board is not equipped to handle a 125W X4, especially if no VRM cooling is present.

Your core temps Are WAY beyond the rated threshold, which is 62c. Are you running any sort of overclock on that chip?
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post #8 of 101
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It can't be a glitch because I have FPS drops in call of duty 4 after 5 minutes(in these 5 minutes the TMPIN2 is warming up to 100+, in the 5 minutes i can play on a smooth FPS becuase its only on 90/80 temp)
post #9 of 101
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Originally Posted by woodk1d View Post

It can't be a glitch because I have FPS drops in call of duty 4 after 5 minutes(in these 5 minutes the TMPIN2 is warming up to 100+, in the 5 minutes i can play on a smooth FPS becuase its only on 90/80 temp)

I have a feeling those are your VRM temps and the board is throttling the processor to prevent further damage.
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post #10 of 101
definitely vrms overheating. check the throttling under load, even gaming load to see if the cpu speed is throttling.
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