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Gigabyte 760G Temperature issues

I have a Gigabyte 760G AM3+ board with a Phenom II x6 1045T processor. I used HWMonitor and saw the idle temp is at 40 C and running HeavyLoad the temperature runs about 60-62 C. The temperature of the 6 cores sits around 44 C.

It shows the TMPINI2 is the only one that raises up about 55 C. Everything else seems to stay under 40. I tried putting another fan in, and all that did was cool the board down faster after the temperature raised to 62 C.

I haven't overclocked anything yet, in fear I might burn something out. I just want to know if there's anything I can do, or fix on the board, or if that's the way the board was made, or if there's a fault on the board.

Anything knowledgeable would be great !
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  1. Best answer
    If you're using the stock heatsink/fan I'd suggest you get a Hyper 212 evo. If you install it properly it will reduce those temps significantly.
  2. Best answer selected by gnelson56.
  3. zdbc13 said:
    If you're using the stock heatsink/fan I'd suggest you get a Hyper 212 evo. If you install it properly it will reduce those temps significantly.


    Should I just google the correct way to install this? I did order this cooler last week, so I was just wondering if anything else would help.

    Thanks in advance!
  4. Instructions are included. Google if you want to see some videos.
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