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ASUS P8Z77-V PRO temperature/voltage problems

post #1 of 4
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yo guys how we all doing?

having MAJOR issues at the moment, having error messages on AI suite saying things like motherboad temp at -60 C or (more worryingly) the voltages, 12+v at 0.00v and 3.3v at 4.8v

on my laptop at the moment while i run prime95 on blend and basically waiting for it to do something and catch a screenshot of it for you guys, im lost with this one

Also i have just noticed that Open hardware Monitor is reading my cores at the 50 degrees yet CPU in ai suite is saying 38...

um....... HELP!

System..

ASUS P8Z77-V PRO
Intel i5 3570K clocked to 4.1 GHZ (H100 cooler)
16GB corsair Vengeance 1600MHZ
corsair CX600 PSU

All drivers ect are up to date except UEFI

Only started doing this today, ive been wondering about the accuracy of the thermal sensors and what program(s) is reading the correct values for a while,

this has got me worried!






post #2 of 4
The AI SUITE temps are lower by ~10 degrees compared to every other tool out there, so if you're going by that remember to add that 10 degrees to get 'real' temp.

Regarding the volts showing odd numbers, it's possible it's conflicting with the other monitoring software you have - just try and run one or the other.
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I also have the same problem with my 3570, but as error-id10t said I think it's correct that to ad 10 degrees from the Ai Tweaker is a more correct temperature.
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Use RealTemp for CPU temperature and CPU-Z for CPU voltage. AI Suite from ASUS is the worst piece of cr*p i've ever had to deal with. Useless.
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