Originally Posted by RBA
Long time lurker on these forums since my M2N32-SLI Deluex days.
Not to hi Jack the ongoing conversation but I have noticed that while playing BF3 my NB temp is 65C and SB is running 57C on a Crosshair IV Formula board. I had Asus PC Probe II running in the back ground and got a hi temp alarm for the NB. Is this something I should be concerned with. See my sig for system specs. Ambient was 22C and all case fans were on high. System is dust free and kept clean. Any advice would be appreciated.
In this case I think it may depend on how you have the H50 setup. Intake or exhaust, single or P/P fan/s. If it's intake than that would be my guess as where your temps get so high (lack of cool air entering case). Also H50 will cool a 1090T to a point when OC'd, but depending on what you're running for an OC may also be at fault as it is known to have limitations when on a Thuban. Combine this with possibly running the cooler as intake could very easily be the problem. Can you post what, if any, OC you're running to help us? Yes 65c for NB is something to address. If nothing else you may need to increase air flow, or re-think the case air flow.
Originally Posted by trisx
Hye sandman. I've set the vcore manually at bios at 1.3v. I think my bios is 9017
? I need to check it back. The temp are quite high u said? Is it because im stressing it on stock cooler? Or something wrong
With my setting or board? Idle temp is around 40c and 48c while browsing the net. My sb n nb temp are not ao accurate i think since the temp was not moving using the HW monitor. Nb temp stayed 50c since i started the pc but when i checked at bios.stated there 58c. I'll try monitor it tomorrow using pc probe. I dont know why all the temps are going crazy suddenly. Before this it was ok. And i dint add any new hardware also recently. Really makes me headache lol
I run the stand alone version 1.13 HWMonitor Pro (Free) and it matches very closely to PC Probe II.
CPUZ will show which bios version you're running by clicking the "mainboard" tab. Verify which version you're currently on combined with accurate temp readings and please post results.
Either the 1304, 1902 or 2002 works nicely with a Thuban. 2002 Mod bios works great for SSD's which is located back a couple pages.
If you have entered 1.3v Vcore in bios yet it runs under load at 1.24v this is probably Vdroop which can be corrected by enabling LLC. It probably will not help the temp issue though, this has to be something else which needs attention first.
If you need help setting up your bios PM me and I can send you a copy of a CHIV Bios setup Guide I put together which may help explain some of it's features and functions.