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Disable or raise thermal shutdown of M2N32-SLI Deluxe WiFi Edition

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Well... I have been going crazy thinking my computer is overheating at stock with watercooling. Apparently, that is not true. My motherboard is either defective or it is just that the thermal shutdown is set too low. Core Temp will tell me that my temperature at idle is around 25*C (Is that a good temperature at stock?) and PC Probe II will tell me it is at a whopping 50*C. Could anyone let me know how I can increase the set temperature of my thermal shutdown.
    
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It's built into the CPU, you can't change it.
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Originally Posted by billbartuska View Post
It's built into the CPU, you can't change it.
No, it is built into the BIOS.
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No, it is built into the BIOS.
Well, then change it in the BIOS.
But the CPU also has it built in too.

And could you post the model number of your motherboard?
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Originally Posted by billbartuska View Post
Well, then change it in the BIOS.
But the CPU also has it built in too.

And could you post the model number of your motherboard?
It is a M2N32-SLI Deluxe Wireless Edition.
    
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Originally Posted by billbartuska View Post
Well, then change it in the BIOS.
But the CPU also has it built in too.

And could you post the model number of your motherboard?
The CPU doesn't have it built in and the BIOS is locked.
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post #7 of 10
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Originally Posted by Licht View Post
The CPU doesn't have it built in
Licht, are you referring to the On Die temperature sensor?
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Originally Posted by thlnk3r View Post
Licht, are you referring to the On Die temperature sensor?
He thinks the CPU can shut itself down, that is done by the motherboard if the on-die temperature sensor gos beyond a programmed limit in the BIOS. Hence the auto-shutdown isn't in the CPU, it is a motherboard feature.
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Originally Posted by Licht View Post
He thinks the CPU can shut itself down, that is done by the motherboard if the on-die temperature sensor gos beyond a programmed limit in the BIOS. Hence the auto-shutdown isn't in the CPU, it is a motherboard feature.
Licht, thank you for the clarifying for us
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