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seems that the board has some sensor issues.

the asus suite is reporting mobo sensor at 123C. <-- obviously that is not right.
mobo is out in the open with fans on it.

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this is the setup: since then i have added another gpu and some fans on the mobo's heatsinks.

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First time i've seen this problem mentioned. And mine is doing fine.

Tried updating to the BETA 1053 bios?
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Very strange - I found this thread by googling this exact problem at this exact temperature. This morning my board all of the sudden returned a warning of mobo temps at 123C after several days steady at 28C. I did not add any new hardware during that time, just messed around with some overclocking functions in the BIOS. Even after resetting everything, I still get the 123C warning constantly.

I'm going to try updating the BIOS tonight.

I noticed that there are other posts complaining of this on forums from other countries (german and spanish language). I wonder if there is a problem with these boards. Strange because newegg shows all of the ASUS 1155 boards as being deactivated and are being very vague as to why that is.
Edited by 2600K_F4L - 2/1/11 at 1:43pm
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Yea never seen this before he's online so hopefully he fixed the problem and able to help you out.
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It's probably just another glitch in the bug ridden AIsuite...
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Originally Posted by 2600K_F4L;12226498 
Very strange - I found this thread by googling this exact problem at this exact temperature. This morning my board all of the sudden returned a warning of mobo temps at 123C after several days steady at 28C. I did not add any new hardware during that time, just messed around with some overclocking functions in the BIOS. Even after resetting everything, I still get the 123C warning constantly.

I'm going to try updating the BIOS tonight.

I noticed that there are other posts complaining of this on forums from other countries (german and spanish language). I wonder if there is a problem with these boards. Strange because newegg shows all of the ASUS 1155 boards as being deactivated and are being very vague as to why that is.
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Originally Posted by theproodnoob;12226537 
Yea never seen this before he's online so hopefully he fixed the problem and able to help you out.

never really "Fixed" the issue.

I just restarted and it went back to normal.

a few days later, i unstalled the asus suite. Just use core temp, and HWID.

Oh yeah btw i was running the latest bios
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Originally Posted by Sheyster;12226554 
It's probably just another glitch in the bug ridden AIsuite...
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post #7 of 12
Deactivation on new egg is not because of this plus all sandy bridge motherboard are out right now try checking your temps in the bios.
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post #8 of 12
I've had exactly the same problem with ai suite showing mobo temps of 123c which is clearly absurd.

I'll be watching to see if anyone can clear this one up.
post #9 of 12
Hi guys, I am new at this stuff. I just wanna say sorry If I am wrong.
I have ASUS P8P67 Pro B3 and 2500K on my system and installed Bios 1502.
All Suite II sometimes showing nonsense heat values while long shot video coding.
Sometimes AI Suite II shows 0C degree and so is AIDA64. If I reset PC, they correct by then.
And once it was like -59C degree

I wounder if AI Suite 2 effects the sensor? Or this problem about Bios? Or any hardware situtation?

Thanks for your help and sorry for my English.
Edited by grknglr - 4/13/11 at 8:45am
post #10 of 12
I have exactly the same problem. Out of the blue the Motherboard temperature went from the mid 20s low 30s to 123! CPU temperatures never went over 64, typically between 40 and 55. CPUID Hardware monitor is also showing 123 so this seems to be a Mobo sensor issue and not just an AI suite issue.

This is the rev 3 board with the SATA fix. System has mild overclock (Turbo of 44 with BCLK x100)
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