Hey guys. I recently put together my new gaming PC last week. Everything has been going fine, but I've had a few moments where my PC completely froze up. I decided to check out my CPU temps, so I got SpeedFan. This is what I see:
I'm using an i5-2500k, a GTX 560 Ti SC, 8gb of DDR3 1333 ram, corsair 650w psu, and a hyper 212 cpu cooler, all on a z68a-d3h-b3 mobo. I haven't overclocked anything, but for some reason CPU-Z is showing my multiplier jump between x16 and x35, going from 1.6Ghz to 3.6Ghz.
Anyway, the main thing I was wondering about is the temperature. I have no idea what this could be, or why its at 127C. It says its on the IT8728F chip, ISA bus, and $290 address. I have no idea what these things are, I'm just trying to understand what could possibly be running at 127c without my board melting.
The CPU-Z show you bump from 1.6 to 3.6 because if your CPU is not working is put to work at minimum for power economy.
Your CPU temp is ok. That 127c temp is maybe a bug.Download AIDA and see if are the same temps. http://www.aida64.com/downloads