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yup...AI suite is not very helpful. If you can pick out the start up items and services that you don't want, but keep the ones you do (fan xpert and turbo V to play with high OCs), then you can use tools like autoruns and SMART services manager and stop that other crap, but keep the things you need. AI suite has good intentions, but let's face it. JJ is out to market his company's product if you've ever watched ASUS youtube, but BIOS is still the way to go for me, excpet for that fan control. I actually love it and I've turned off every monitor feature othewise.

Dubbed, I know dude, I've been away...my daugher is getting bigger and keeping me busier, need to update my avatar with the newest Stellamonster.
    
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I am getting some strange readings with HWMonitor for CPUTIN as well, it jumps up to 60-70C when I start the program, and after that keeps sitting at around 30C.
So I suppose it's just a bug and those motherboard temperatures are not really accurate.
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yup...AI suite is not very helpful. If you can pick out the start up items and services that you don't want, but keep the ones you do (fan xpert and turbo V to play with high OCs), then you can use tools like autoruns and SMART services manager and stop that other crap, but keep the things you need. AI suite has good intentions, but let's face it. JJ is out to market his company's product if you've ever watched ASUS youtube, but BIOS is still the way to go for me, excpet for that fan control. I actually love it and I've turned off every monitor feature othewise.
Dubbed, I know dude, I've been away...my daugher is getting bigger and keeping me busier, need to update my avatar with the newest Stellamonster.

awww smile.gif!
We grow quick us kids biggrin.gif!
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My 2500k system with a P8P67 LE did something similar the other day after a bios update. At first I thought the chip was going to milt threw the floor but it was fine the warnings got old I ended up just getting a Z77X-UD5H to replace it. biggrin.gif

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My 2500k system with a P8P67 LE did something similar the other day after a bios update. At first I thought the chip was going to milt threw the floor but it was fine the warnings got old I ended up just getting a Z77X-UD5H to replace it. biggrin.gif

hahahaha 267 degrees for the CPU biggrin.gif!!
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hahahaha 267 degrees for the CPU biggrin.gif!!

That is -267 deg C! Or about 6 Kelvin if you prefer that ;p
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That is -267 deg C! Or about 6 Kelvin if you prefer that ;p

I could cook quite a few things with that biggrin.gif!

Just an update - ironic:
Had my assist fans running -> 127c for motherboard
I disabled them -> oh suddenly the temp dropped to 54c LOL


EDIT:
Apparently now it is super cool - maybe too cool? hahahaha


Edited by Totally Dubbed - 10/31/12 at 7:53am
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