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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post
Well then I'd say it's time to do the NB fix. My system working full load is running the NB at 54c.

~Ceadder
I have to agree with Ceadderman here. I am running about 52-54*C under load. Oh, and I didn't have to fix the NB on my mobo so that would be a good control number to use.
post #10172 of 13131
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Originally Posted by Velcrowchickensoup View Post
Ok. What the hell. I have a very high pitched ringing coming from my cpu socket area. This is the 2nd board that has done this. As well as the 2nd PSU. It is very unlikely that its the boards fault. Its a constant ringing. Never changes pitch. Load or no load. Its not a fan because i stopped all my case fans one by one and the noise is still present. It causes no instability or issues. It just annoying as hell.
are u sure its from the cpu???

WELL PROBABLY ITS THE super whining sound of the NB FAN HEHEHE...


check it out....its normal on a extreme board to be load coz of that fan =)
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Hi everyone im back with the same question, will the Crosshair IV support UEFI? it has 16mb Bios size. IF ASUS will support i guess they will. whats your thoughts?
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Would be interesting if they would support it and might bring out a bios patch for it
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Ok. What the hell. I have a very high pitched ringing coming from my cpu socket area. This is the 2nd board that has done this. As well as the 2nd PSU. It is very unlikely that its the boards fault. Its a constant ringing. Never changes pitch. Load or no load. Its not a fan because i stopped all my case fans one by one and the noise is still present. It causes no instability or issues. It just annoying as hell.
Is there a way you can try a different cpu in your board and/or can try your cpu in a different board ?
    
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Well before I go nuts with a screwdriver on my crosshair iv formula I wanted to confirm this: My northbridge temps are in idle 52°C±. Is this normal ? As you might heard already the crosshair iv formula series got some northbridge cooling problems, cos they screwed in the screws wrong or whatever.
So yea before taking a look at it and replacing the thermal pads with thermal paste, I've wanted to make sure if my temps are in the green area still or are to high
The max temp for the NB is 65 C.
Try running Prime 95 for 20 minutes and monitor your NB and SB temps at the same time.
All so it is important to have plenty of air flow in your case.
    
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Is there a way you can try a different cpu in your board and/or can try your cpu in a different board ?
Yeah. I highly doubt its the board. Seeing as its the 2nd board to make the EXACT same noise. It may be my CPU causing coil whine...
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Alright. Will do the fix then

Edit: Do you really have to shave the screws or can you switch the NB and SB screws to get the cooling right ?
Read something about it that the screws seem to be mounted wrong in some cases
You can try swapping the standoffs but I'm pretty sure that it wouldn't have any effect. They have to be the same length.

Make sure to re-indent the stock TIM so you can carve it out and replace it with a good quick burn TIM. I use Shin-Etsu G751. Make sure not to gouge the Heatsink while doing the fix.

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Would be MX-2 fine too as TIM for the NB and SB ?
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The max temp for the NB is 65 C.
Just out of curiosity, I've seen this question come up a lot with what the actual max temp for the NB would be. Where did you find this info? (link maybe?) Only reason I ask is the bios has over heat limits of 70c, 80c, 90c and 100c for both SB and NB which to me would mean it can go much higher than just 65c.
 
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