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Originally Posted by Ross211 View Post
The temperature you are seeing is actually being reported from a sensor near the ICH10R southbridge on your board.

(If you download Everest and use its OSD - it will have a "Motherboard" temperature readout - This is actually from the sensor around your ICH10R southbridge).

There is a utility called MCH Temp that supposedly reads a temp diode off the P45 NB (There is also word that there is no such temp diode built into the P45, making this program pointless).

I don't think there is a way to check your NB temp on your EP45-UD3P unless you use an instrument to physically check.

I think you should rig a fan on that NB and take the blue label plates off -




^^^^^^^ My system don't laugh - Very limited on time when I rigged that fan on. I didn't have time to pull my board out and take the blue label plates off.

I've heard if you take a hair blow dryer to the label plate it will peel off. I'm unsure if it voids warranty but you could definitely put them back on.
so that temp of around 70c is bad???? for that area of the board??? I dunt want to take the pretty blue looks nice and shiny.
 
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Try touch the NB heatsink very carefully with the back of your hand, beware it might be really hot. I see that you use a closed water loop, and depending on your case config there might not be enough airflow to cool the NB.

The ICH is always around 70C, nothing to worry about since it is 130nm silicon and tough as a bull.
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Originally Posted by Dopamin3 View Post
Take the Gigabyte logo thing off and it should drop your temps a good bit. I know a few people have done this. If you want to do some extra work take off the heatsink and reapply thermal paste if just taking off the logo thing doesn't help.
I took the logo plate off then put a fan over top of it (40mm) and it worked great

Temps went down from like 43-46 to about 38 or so... Oh, and I measured it with a IR gun
 
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Mine is a EP45T USB3P and im using side fans that point to MCH and MEM, at X3380@4500mhz / Gskills PI 1600 CL6 PL7 MCH@ 1,52

i have idle 41MCH and Loaded 51C i have a sensor inside as you can see in pics, i know is not the same as having a stock MCH sensor but its a good guide, plates still on





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