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Hi

I was trying to oveclock my 3930k and using occt.the occt is saying TMPIN4 temp is above 85 degrees..what is that?

I also installed ai suite from asus.can it be the one making a glitch or something wrong with my new mobo?

And also i noticed that the fan on the case panel is connected to the chasis fan port on the mobo.and when the cpu starts getting under load it starts spining faster.this made me think that could something wrong with the south bridge? Could the south bridge is really hot and around 85 degrees does it make fan spins faster i mean it makes sense to me
Edited by SpiritRises - 1/14/14 at 1:35am
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Hi

I was trying to oveclock my 3930k and using occt.the occt is saying TMPIN4 temp is above 85 degrees..what is that?

I also installed ai suite from asus.can it be the one making a glitch or something wrong with my new mobo?

And also i noticed that the fan on the case panel is connected to the chasis fan port on the mobo.and when the cpu starts getting under load it starts spining faster.this made me think that could something wrong with the south bridge? Could the south bridge is really hot and around 85 degrees does it make fan spins faster i mean it makes sense to me

AI Suite seems to give very wrong readings for people, I say you should monitor with HWMonitor for temperatures and voltage as well, and CPU-Z for CPU Voltage/ETC.

Oh and post your computer specs, and if you want also post a picture of your computer setup to see where the airflow is going in and out.
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Its quite possible that your pc has no tmpin4. I had the same problem earlier, tmpin4 was at 140c. Searched it and found out that my mobo doesnt have anything set as tmpin4. I restarted the program and tmpin4 dissapeared. (Was using hw monitor)
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Its quite possible that your pc has no tmpin4. I had the same problem earlier, tmpin4 was at 140c. Searched it and found out that my mobo doesnt have anything set as tmpin4. I restarted the program and tmpin4 dissapeared. (Was using hw monitor)

I have uninstalled the ai suite(asus program) and I hasnt appeared yet in the series of my overclock attempts..i even couldnt see any TMPIN4 temp in occt settings also..
post #5 of 9
I'm on that mb and I only have temps #1 to 3 in both HWMonitor and Open Hardware Monitor.
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the ai suite is good for a quick reference but if i connect any fans with a pwm adapter if reports the fan speed as 25000rpm
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the ai suite is good for a quick reference but if i connect any fans with a pwm adapter if reports the fan speed as 25000rpm

And I'll repeat this again, AI Suite may give incorrect readings. Double check in BIOS if it reports the correct rpm fan speeds, if not, then this may not just be a software issue.
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I was gonna test my oc and started occt and ai suite at the same time.about 7 mins later core temps and the cpu temp was aroun 50-65 and the occt stopped.it was saying core#0 has reached max value 85 degrees.

I guess ai suite conflicts with the occt or occt conflicts with the asus program
post #9 of 9
If you're running OCCT, disable every other program and service you can. No other monitoring, etc.

OCCT also has known issues with their monitoring that sometimes it goes out of wack. 1/2 the time I've booted it up in the past few days, it told my my Core #0 jumps immediately to 183 degrees celsius.... so I just disable the temperature checking. If you really think your system will overheat doing OCCT you should probably back off on the OC.
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