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Biostar TP67XE Overheating? Need some help!

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Hi all, I'm in need of some help.

My system has been freezing and glitching on me lately. I let it go a little long without blowing out the dust as I was getting a new case, well I might have waited little too long?

My motherboard is a Biostar TP67EX with a 2500K. It was clocked to 4.7ghz 5 minutes after I assembled it and it has been there ever sense. Now, almost 3 years later its starting to get a little strange on me.

I think the northbridge is overheating on me but I'm not sure, something is not right though.

Here is a screen shot of HWMonitor, TMPIN1 is at 128° C, hmmm... that's not right. It has been a while sense I have looked at my temps but I don't think its ever been that high. i have no idea what TMPIN1 is. . .




I removed the heat sink circled in this picture and replaced the thermal compound and it made no difference.



I'm going to order a thermal strip and replace the thermal compound
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Hi, this is more likely a faulty temperature sensor than the board reach those temperatures. It happened with my motherboard on hardware monitor but it went away by itself
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Ok, thats what I figured. after I replaced the thermal paste the glitching and freezing went away but the temp was still the same.
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