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Gigabyte 970a-D3 rev 1.3 Temperature

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Last response: in Motherboards
October 18, 2012 1:30:49 PM

System Specs:
Gigabyte 970a-D3 rev 1.3
Phenom x4 965 BE
Sapphire Radeon HD 7770 (OC version)
4 GB DDR3 1333 MHZ

So, the thing is that i am worried about the temperature of the motherboard chipset. According to hwmonitor i reach these temperatures when gaming (The witcher 2 1920x1080, high quality settings):

TMPIN0 33 °C (highest peak)
TMPIN1 63,5 °C (highest peak)
TMPIN2 77,5 °C (highest peak)
CPU all cores: 66 °C (highest peak)
GPU: 62°C (highest peak)

I am not worried about the CPU and GPU, but about TMPIN2, i have heard that they run hot, but i am not sure about how much.

Thanks for your help! :bounce: 

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October 18, 2012 2:10:13 PM

It turns out that there was something wrong with the fans.
The peaks now are much lower:

TMPIN0 33,5 °C (highest peak)
TMPIN1 50 °C (highest peak)
TMPIN2 63 °C (highest peak)
CPU all cores: 51,5 °C (highest peak)
GPU: 62°C (highest peak)

Although the hwmonitor shows these strange peaks, but i am pretty sure that it is caused by a bug in the software. :kaola: 

What do you think about it, hwmonitor bug or something else? :fou: