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Northbride running 100-134c!

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July 18, 2010 3:10:34 PM

I just bought a gateway fx6800-01e, I was snooping around and saw that the TMPIN0 was running over 100c with out much load. So I decided to try the Corsair H50 cooler and it got worse. Now it is up to 120's without much load. I tried to reseat it 3 times already without much luck. So I switched it to my coolermaster black sniper case. Still running hot, and I messed up my wiring on the case and only the back exhaust and side fan will work. I need lot's of help, and thank you all for taking time to read. Here is the computers sensor spec's. It has been on for 10 minutes without doing anything but posting here.

Sensor Value Min Max
TEE-PC
ITE IT87
Voltages
CPU VCORE 1.12 V 1.12 V 1.12 V
VIN1 1.20 V 1.20 V 1.20 V
+3.3V 1.04 V 1.04 V 1.04 V
+5V 5.03 V 5.03 V 5.03 V
+12V 13.38 V 13.38 V 13.38 V
-12V -12.10 V -12.10 V -12.10 V
-5V -11.84 V -11.84 V -11.84 V
+5V VCCH 5.00 V 5.00 V 5.00 V
VBAT 3.14 V 3.14 V 3.14 V
Temperatures
TMPIN0 94 °C (201 °F) 94 °C (201 °F) 94 °C (201 °F)
TMPIN1 42 °C (107 °F) 42 °C (107 °F) 42 °C (107 °F)
TMPIN2 31 °C (87 °F) 31 °C (87 °F) 31 °C (87 °F)
Fans
FANIN0 1400 RPM 1400 RPM 1400 RPM
FANIN1 1264 RPM 1264 RPM 1264 RPM
Fans PWM
FANPWM0 0 % 0 % 0 %
FANPWM1 0 % 0 % 0 %
FANPWM2 0 % 0 % 0 %
ACPI
Temperatures
THRM 31 °C (87 °F) 30 °C (85 °F) 31 °C (87 °F)
Intel Core i7 920
Temperatures
Core #0 45 °C (112 °F) 45 °C (112 °F) 45 °C (112 °F)
Core #1 39 °C (102 °F) 39 °C (102 °F) 39 °C (102 °F)
Core #2 42 °C (107 °F) 42 °C (107 °F) 42 °C (107 °F)
Core #3 40 °C (103 °F) 40 °C (103 °F) 40 °C (103 °F)
Powers
Processor 43.76 W 43.76 W 43.76 W
Radeon HD 4850
Temperatures
GPU Core 62 °C (143 °F) 62 °C (143 °F) 62 °C (143 °F)
ST3750630AS
Temperatures
Assembly 35 °C (94 °F) 35 °C (94 °F) 35 °C (94 °F)
Air Flow 35 °C (94 °F) 35 °C (94 °F) 35 °C (94 °F)


July 18, 2010 5:34:14 PM

can you try placing a fan on the motherboard where its hot and seeing if that effects it?
also, when you turn off the pc.. try putting your hand on the hotspot and see if thats really accurate.

Using the H50 is just going to make the motherboard hotter because it doesnt blow on the board, it just maintains the cpu only. . Putting a fan on the board, or having other good ventilation is what cools the 0 slot (motherboard)
Sounds like a defective board

If you find the hot spot, see if you have a high powered fan or something plugged in next to it
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July 19, 2010 9:47:58 AM

Could be that the sensor is damaged or a BIOS issue. Try flashing the BIOS, if that doesn't work return it to the manufacturer.

Or maybe you could use it as a spare hot plate...
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July 19, 2010 2:18:04 PM

dont bother with gateway waste of time. Just put the rig in an antec 900 or haf setup and not worry about anything. Thats what i did with mine. Same problem and others... The gateway case is pretty slick but not good on airflow.
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July 27, 2010 1:25:14 AM

Sorry for the slow reply, thanks so much for the help. I put the guts in a Coolermaster Sniper, and it cooled it down to 90c. I just got a good deal on a asrock extreme for 67 bucks. So maybe that will help out some.

Thanks so much,

Tommy
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