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I know this is a 'bump', but the PCH heatsink on my UD5 is only moderately warm to the touch, doesn't feel hot at all, even after attempting to prime at an ungodly 1.5 vcore. And the TMPIN1 on my readout seems to correspond to what I feel on the heatsink. If you guys have scalding hot sinks, then there's a defect somewhere. Someone with a P8P67-M was having temps that high with a scalding heatsink, and he kept having SATA freezes if no fan was pointed at it...had to RMA the board...
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I know this is a 'bump', but the PCH heatsink on my UD5 is only moderately warm to the touch, doesn't feel hot at all, even after attempting to prime at an ungodly 1.5 vcore. And the TMPIN1 on my readout seems to correspond to what I feel on the heatsink. If you guys have scalding hot sinks, then there's a defect somewhere. Someone with a P8P67-M was having temps that high with a scalding heatsink, and he kept having SATA freezes if no fan was pointed at it...had to RMA the board...
60c isn't scalding though and well tbh i own 3 of these mobos...all get to 60c now during gaming on the PCH
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I have the same board and on CPUID Hardware Monitor, TMPIN 1 sometimes goes up to 120 C. But everything still runs stable.
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sound like the sensors doesn't read the temps correctly :S 120c is totally unrealistic :S, maybe an error of all g43 boards? a read of a inexistent sensor?
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post #16 of 16
it says mine goes upto 80 during prime 95.
I saw some forums replies on msi and some of their tech responded its faulty reading and neglict it idk though
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