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just woundering what the max temp for this chip is, because mine just keeps going up and up, i stopped @ 60c i have the silent pipe attached to it with a little fan to help keep it cool, anyone else have this issue?
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Hi.

The max temps is 80C for NB, but 60C is a little high IMO.
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Hi.

The max temps is 80C for NB, but 60C is a little high IMO.
if 80 is max awesome coz i usually get around 68c lol i asked gigabyte about it and this is what they told me

Dear Michael ,

Thank you for your kindly mail and inquiry. What these temperatures are depend on what's wired into the associated chipset inputs on the motherboard. It can vary from motherboard to motherboard. The tmpin2 is not for Northbridge nor south bridge. Because most of the 3rd party software does not know our hardware design and somehow it is impossible to optimize all with our products; therefore, we are sorry to say that we cannot guarantee whether the 3rd party software can report information correctly. Sometimes it may display miscalculated/unsupported readings.


If you still have any further question or suggestion about our products/service, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will try our best to help you resolve the problem ASAP.

Regards,
GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY
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Dear Michael ,

Thank you for your kindly mail and inquiry. What these temperatures are depend on what's wired into the associated chipset inputs on the motherboard. It can vary from motherboard to motherboard. The tmpin2 is not for Northbridge nor south bridge. Because most of the 3rd party software does not know our hardware design and somehow it is impossible to optimize all with our products; therefore, we are sorry to say that we cannot guarantee whether the 3rd party software can report information correctly. Sometimes it may display miscalculated/unsupported readings.


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