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Topic: cputin keeps raising
Posted By: Tader
Subject: cputin keeps raising
Date Posted: 16 May 2016 at 1:54am
it gets to 100c , is this bug or what i concidering rma the moterboard



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Posted By: WKjun
Date Posted: 19 May 2016 at 6:02pm
WHAT CPU AND BOARD DO YOU USE?!

Please add you system specs to your signature or at least post it!
 
If your VRM/MOSFET get's that high, your CPU is in need of too much power for that board. Did you OC anything? Try default settings and measure again.


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PC1: FX-9590@def|290 |16GB@2133|Sabertooth 990FX R2.0
PC2: FX-8320@4.5|290 |16GB@2133| "
PC3: FX-9590@def|280X|16GB@2133| "
PC4: FX-9370@def|280X|16GB@2133| "
PC5: FX-6300@4.6|7950|16GB@1866|990FX-UD3


Posted By: parsec
Date Posted: 19 May 2016 at 11:23pm
Originally posted by Tader Tader wrote:

it gets to 100c , is this bug or what i concidering rma the moterboard


What program are you using that displays "CPUTIN"?

As said above, your system specs including mother board, CPU, CPU cooler, and PC case at least, would help. A screen shot (picture) of the monitoring program display would help.

Hardware monitoring programs try to work with all the different mother boards and their sensor chips. There are very few standards about the sensor outputs that are used by a mother board, and some sensor outputs are not used by all boards.

That means that there are readings in hardware monitoring programs that are not true and correct. That is very common, we see that all the time.

That 100C reading is most likely just an unused sensor output. Your PC would not work if the CPU temperature was 100C, it would shut off automatically. There is no need to RMA your board, that would not change the false CPUTIN reading.


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Posted By: Tader
Date Posted: 21 May 2016 at 4:36am
using hwmonitor ,also this board gets very  hot (can barely touch vrm heatsink) my cpu fx 8320e 1.45v 4.5ghz oced  1.4v in hwmonitor



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