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I am getting ready to do some major upgrades on my pc, while cleaning things up, benching, running diag tools

I load up speedfan

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I am thinking those critical temps are my southbridge? can anyone confirm

temp2 for MSI Eclipse SLI?
 

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Hardware Monitors

Hardware monitorFintek F71882F
Voltage 03.42 Volts [0xD6] (+3.3V)
Voltage 11.22 Volts [0x99] (CPU VCORE)
Voltage 45.09 Volts [0x79] (+5V)
Voltage 512.14 Volts [0x8A] (+12V)
Voltage 73.31 Volts [0xCF] (VSB3V)
Voltage 83.23 Volts [0xCA] (VBAT)
Temperature 020°C (68°F) [0x14] (CPU)
Temperature 178°C (172°F) [0x4E] (IOH)
Temperature 231°C (87°F) [0x1F] (System)
Fan PWM 088 pc [0xE0] (CPU)
Fan PWM 1100 pc [0xFF] (System Fan 1)
Fan PWM 2100 pc [0xFF] (System Fan 2)
Fan PWM 3100 pc [0xFF] (System Fan 3)

Hardware monitorNVIDIA NVAPI
Voltage 00.96 Volts [0x3C2] (VIN0)
Temperature 027°C (80°F) [0x1B] (TMPIN0)
Fan 00 RPM [0x0] (FANIN0)
Fan PWM 085 pc [0x55] (FANPWMIN0)

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someone find his hi temp, tks
 

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this morning I pulled the north south bridge heatsink off, it had the thermal paste dried up, removed it, used some artic silver, temps still havent budged..
 

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Fixed it, I had broken one of the push "tabs" when removing it, gone to Blackhawk/ace hardware picked up some plastic screws and plastic nuts. since the temps didnt budge I yanked out the heatsink again pulled the "tabs" off and replaced them all withthe plastic screws and nuts. that did the trick. lame push "tabs" must not have created enough actual down force
 
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