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i booted my water cool pc and went straight into bios
and checked temps, the temps for the "MCP" are 75 degrees celcius.

what should the MCP temps be?
should i update my bios then worry?
what is the MCP temps for?
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That's high... That's your NB or SB I don't remember which but pretty sure it's NB. You have water cooling on NB and SB or just you cpu? That might cause damage soon.
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MCP is your South bridge. It usualy runs on.

The 680i boards measure temps from Southbridge.

Nothing to worry about.
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That's high... That's your NB or SB I don't remember which but pretty sure it's NB. You have water cooling on NB and SB or just you cpu? That might cause damage soon.
i have water cooling on my NB SB and CPU
i booted the system off as soon as u saw that
i applied a TINY bit of thermal grease, maybe a pinpoint big,
should i reapply the thermal paste?
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MCP is your South bridge. It usualy runs on.

The 680i boards measure temps from Southbridge.

Nothing to worry about.
should i flash the bios to the newer version
and check the temps again?
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What are you Cpu and System temps in Bios?

I didn't flash to a newer Bios for about 2-3 weeks when I got my rig up and running. As far as I can remember it didn't effect the temps.
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cpu is 38, board is 32, mcp is 74 on boot for 1 minute... :O
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What are you Cpu and System temps in Bios?

what are your temps? i just flashed my bios
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You really think the SB should be that hot??? I've never heard of the SB getting even remotely hot. Seems like most nvidia chipset boards leave the SB without a heatsink if they leave any without one. IMO 75c is way too hot for what the SB should be running.
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That is high, mine ran 51-52C with stock cooling, but down to 33C with my thermalright HR05 SLI sinks.

I would take the block off an look at your thermalpaste spread, you want a thin layer of paste across the whole chip.
    
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