My Motherboard too hot?

Hello i just have a simple question is 49C for the system tempiture no load good?
my CPU is running at 32C and graphics card is running at 31C So is 49C for system Tempiture ok?
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  1. Yes it is OK for a motherboard temperature!
  2. No it's not good, motherboard temp should be around the same as other components more or less. Anything above 40C is alarming.
  3. +1 rolli59

    It should be ok, unless you have cooling on it and what temperature room you have
  4. Is it? thats good to hear. but earlier i had my motherboard tempitures at 29C what could be different? all my fans are running and the room tempiture is the same as it was when it ran at 29C
  5. ok, what would you sugest checking? all my fans are running and the room is at a good tempiture.
  6. Check if your chipset cooler is getting dirty!
  7. rolli59 said:
    Check if your chipset cooler is getting dirty!

    Thank you for the advice! il try and see if it works!
  8. ok, the chipset was fine no dust at all but when i felt it it was very hot! i have a fan blowing on it and still it is hot how is this possible?
  9. What type of chipset do u have?
  10. kivblue said:
    What type of chipset do u have?

    AMD 880G

    Motherboard: Asus M5A88v-EVO
  11. It has fanless heatsink and no heatpipe which means it is hotter than better cooled chipsets.
  12. You might want to check the temp with another utility just to double-check.
    AMD chipsets do tend to run hot so maybe it's nothing.
  13. Il give that a try but my chip set used to run at 28-29C so something's up
  14. If the temp doesn't go down, it's highly likely that the thermal paste on the chipset heatsink needs to be reapplied. Good luck.
  15. could it be some setting or something like that?
  16. kivblue said:
    If the temp doesn't go down, it's highly likely that the thermal paste on the chipset heatsink needs to be reapplied. Good luck.

    Do you think if i get the driver it would help?
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