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Im getting worried. Do the temps seem normal? Anything wrong?
Those temps are fine.
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I'm wondering what the safe temps are for the 890FXA-UD5 NB as I've seen mine hit 60C or so according to HWMonitor. Everything is being run as listed below in sig rig, and I'm wondering what I can do to lower the NB temps short of re-doing the TIM.

Edit -

Scrolled a few pages back and it seems like this discussion is on-going. I ask as I've been crashing a bit but only when folding, so seeing it peak at close to 60C on the NB made me wonder if it is a heat issue.
Edited by Velathawen - 8/2/10 at 4:47am
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Lets get things straight,these are the readouts in HWMonitor for all those not sure about what reading referes to what.LOL!!!

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Edited by Velathawen - 8/2/10 at 4:53am
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IntelLover: From the look of it, your TMPIN0 is 46º C at idle and your TMPIN2 is 43º C at idle? What is your ambient? That is a good 10-15º C warmer than mine on both.

Your TMPIN1 is your CPU, and your core temps are the displayed value added to 13º. Thus, your cores idle at 40º C and load to 50º C. What cooler are you using? What were you using to load it up? Because if you have a stress program only pushing it to 50º C, it is a good cooler. On the other hand, with your idle at 40º C, I really think you have either a stock cooler and "load" was not really loaded, or you have a phenomenal cooler in hot ambient temperatures.
     
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My keyboard is plugged into the back of the computer, NOT the front USB ports plugged into the red/white motherboard USB port. Any other ideas?
Have you changed the ACHI settings in bios?
As this determines wether your pc provides power on shutdown and can be changed as most pc's allow usb power to carry on running while powered down for charging wireless devices,it can be disabled though.
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Have you changed the ACHI settings in bios?
As this determines wether your pc provides power on shutdown and can be changed as most pc's allow usb power to carry on running while powered down for charging wireless devices,it can be disabled though.
Do you mean ACPI? No, I haven't changed the defaults there. I can't seem to find a setting to disable this without disabling the whole USB controller. "Power on from keyboard" has already been disabled. Any other ideas?
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Sorry bout that,i did mean ACPI yes.Not sure as to any other ideas,your problem in theory is to do with ACPI but i'm not an expert.If i find anything though i'll let you know.Good luck.
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I think I figured out the setting to ensure the keyboard LEDs turn off when the computer does. I had to set "ErP Support" to "Enabled". This seems to greatly decrease the power draw when shut down and as a result, the LEDs on my keyboard are correctly shut off as well. I don't really like the lack of flexibility in accomplishing this, but it does solve the problem.

From the Gigabyte manual:

ErP Support
Determines whether to let the system consume less than 1W power in S5 (shutdown) state. (Default: Disabled)
Note: When this item is set to Enabled, the following four functions will become unavailable: PME event wake up, power on by mouse, power on by keyboard, and wake on LAN.
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IntelLover: From the look of it, your TMPIN0 is 46º C at idle and your TMPIN2 is 43º C at idle? What is your ambient? That is a good 10-15º C warmer than mine on both.

Your TMPIN1 is your CPU, and your core temps are the displayed value added to 13º. Thus, your cores idle at 40º C and load to 50º C. What cooler are you using? What were you using to load it up? Because if you have a stress program only pushing it to 50º C, it is a good cooler. On the other hand, with your idle at 40º C, I really think you have either a stock cooler and "load" was not really loaded, or you have a phenomenal cooler in hot ambient temperatures.
It's 82 F in my house. so 28C. My cooler is a Hyper 212+. this is stock. I am using Prime95 to load. Thanks for helping, the reason I posted it was cause I saw your temps a few pages back. I was like, something isn't right......
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