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What is the bios your using and not the date.
If you are using a 7xx bios, watch it. You have to run the 702 bigtoe one or you might fry it.
Any 7xx bios is fine but you have to below the 113% special vid or it will cause the voltage to be to high.
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Originally Posted by gcraw5100
What is the bios your using and not the date.
If you are using a 7xx bios, watch it. You have to run the 702 bigtoe one or you might fry it.
Any 7xx bios is fine but you have to below the 113% special vid or it will cause the voltage to be to high.

Yes, I'm running a 7xx BIOS but I have the specialvid to auto. However, the board was reading similar temps. even on the stock BIOS (I flashed to see if that would fix it).
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Originally Posted by Melcar
Yes, I'm running a 7xx BIOS but I have the specialvid to auto. However, the board was reading similar temps. even on the stock BIOS (I flashed to see if that would fix it).
A couple of things to look at.

1. Given your Modules are TCCD - use 623-3 in the Orange Slots, the BigToe BIOS is better suited to BH/UTT modules and high Vdimm.

2. Reseat your HSF on the CPU, sparingly use AS5 or eqivalent

3. Check the Fan Settings in BIOS and set Max Temp to be 30C for fans to come on at full speed.

4. Have an additional fan blow air on the PWMIC - top RH side of the MB - see FAQ for picture. Also the Sensor is located at the Bottom LH side of the MB next to the PCI slot... airflow across this will also help.

5. Use MBM5 for Temp readings plus other system Info - see FAQ for example and DFI nF4 base file
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Originally Posted by ncsa
A couple of things to look at.

1. Given your Modules are TCCD - use 623-3 in the Orange Slots, the BigToe BIOS is better suited to BH/UTT modules and high Vdimm.

2. Reseat your HSF on the CPU, sparingly use AS5 or eqivalent

3. Check the Fan Settings in BIOS and set Max Temp to be 30C for fans to come on at full speed.

4. Have an additional fan blow air on the PWMIC - top RH side of the MB - see FAQ for picture. Also the Sensor is located at the Bottom LH side of the MB next to the PCI slot... airflow across this will also help.

5. Use MBM5 for Temp readings plus other system Info - see FAQ for example and DFI nF4 base file

1. I'm using the orange slots. I will flash the BIOS latter tonight and see if that helps.
2. I already reseated the HSF several times so I don't think that is the issue.
3. I always run my fans at full speed.
4. Temp. around the PWMIC is 40*C under load which seems reasonable. I have a 8cm fan blowing at the PCI area.
5. I'm using speedfan, everest, and smartguardian. I will set up MBM5 latter.
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Installed MBM5 with the NF4 base files on DFI Street. It reads the same temps. as the other programs. Will try the other stuff later... need to sleep.


Edit: MBM5 simply rocks. The best monitoring software I have seen
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