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post #211 of 2014
The P5E doesnt have nb temperature sensor....
I get 25C idle 32C load with 1.55nbv

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post #212 of 2014
i meant mb temp, it was late sorry

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The P5E doesnt have nb temperature sensor....
I get 25C idle 32C load with 1.55nbv
    
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post #213 of 2014
as promised pics of the dead P5E


post #214 of 2014
Oh, man... that makes for a bad, bad day...

Maybe you can superglue it back on and do an RMA!!!
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post #215 of 2014
yeah.. i hurt for you :-(
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post #216 of 2014
Ouch!!!
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Oh, man... that makes for a bad, bad day...

Maybe you can superglue it back on and do an RMA!!!
naw the boards already in the bin plus the heatpipe is split but i did that after i realised that there was no way in hell asus would take it back. im not bothered as it gave me a chance to get back to my roots with DFI and hopefully it will stop someone else making the same mistake
post #218 of 2014
Ouch indeed. Was that removing the IHS on NB that this occured.. or attempting to remove the stock heatpipe assembly?
post #219 of 2014
that was trying to remove the stock heatpipe so i could use thermalright gear instead but as you can see the the ihs is epoxied to the heatsink. i first ripped the whole chip off the pcb then i decided to see if i could actually get the heatpipe off but the chip came away from the ihs so much easier
post #220 of 2014
wowzzers. That is a buzz kill for sure.

If it makes you feel any better, I blew up my ddr3 the 2nd day after I got it from CD. benching is soo taxing on my hardware.
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