Is my Motherboard Temp. too high

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Is my Motherboard Temp. too high

Post by aankushchauhan » Tue Nov 22, 2011 8:29 am

I find my motherboard temp. around 75-78 degrees...................Is it fine?

i have attached my System Sensor report image below

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My System Configuration

SMPS :650 W

Processor : intel core 2 quad Q9550
MotherBoard : intel DG35EC
Ram : 8 GB DDR2
Harddisk : 500 GB SATA

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Re: Is my Motherboard Temp. too high

Post by vbironchef » Tue Nov 22, 2011 9:23 am

I would say all your temps are to high. I think you have a major cooling issue! Not only for the motherboard but the cpu too.

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Re: Is my Motherboard Temp. too high

Post by Major_A » Tue Nov 22, 2011 9:26 am

Is this with your system under 100% load? If that's under a light load or no load at all then all the temps are too high. Update your hardware monitoring software, Everest is outdated.

Try these hardware sensor programs and see if they give you a different reading.
HWiNFO32 and/or HWMonitor

Looking at Everest again I can say with a fair certainty it's the problem. Your voltage readings are all wrong. Try those two apps I pointed you toward to verify.

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Re: Is my Motherboard Temp. too high

Post by Apoptosis » Tue Nov 22, 2011 12:45 pm

yeah, I don't think his system would run with 7V on his +12V rail.
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Re: Is my Motherboard Temp. too high

Post by tzaar0723 » Fri Dec 02, 2011 10:22 am

Indeed, you need some updated sofware, as a lot of those readings don't make much sense.

Try HWInfo32 and something like Realtemp to be sure they're accurate. If they are, you have some serious cooling issues going on. :shock:

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