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750i FTW: how hot can a Mobo get?

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im just curious as to how hot a mobo can get.

also, does anyone know how to monitor the temps of the 750iftw North Bridge?
    
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The only program i've found that reports my NB and motherboard temps correctly is Everest v4.60.1500, not sure about max safe temps but right now with everything under 100% load my NB is at 50c and my motherboard is at 28c
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I thought everest only reported the SB?
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Um it has SPP temp, which is the NB no?

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mosfets can get really hot if they don't have heatsinks on them.
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I thaught SPP was southbridge, may be mistaken though.
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I thaught SPP was southbridge, may be mistaken though.

Well SPP in the voltage section of your bios is for the NB, so I just put two and two together and figured that the SPP in everest refers to the NB too.
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