SOUTH BRIDGE BURNING SOMEBODY HELP

my southbridge is on fire i use a msi865pe neo2 and the temp. is 59C idle 61C on load isn't that too much or is it just a general problem for ms6728
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  1. Fire extinguishers help a lot.

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  3. Well if it were actually on fire, what use is the board anyway??

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  4. try cooking an egg on it, if u can eat it, then go smack your head against wall very hard and RMA the board

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  5. If you don't have one on there already, put a passive heatsink on it.


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  6. Or an active heat sink.

    Heck, thermal epoxy a water block to it, connect the leads to your sink, and run a cold water exchange.

    Or import an elephant from Africa and surgically implant your motherboard into its left butt cheek.

    Seriously, if your <i>south bridge</i> is burning up then RMA or replace the defective motherboard. Doing anything else is just plain silly. The last thing that anyone needs is a defective south bridge, and severe overheating can only be an indication of a flaw in it somewhere.


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  7. Wow, I want one!

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    SOUTH BRIDGE BURNING SOMEBODY HELP

    South bridge burning! Somebody help!

    South bridge burning somebody! Help!


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  9. If I were you I would turn off the computer.

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  10. I didn't think Southbridge temps were monitored... I've never seen one with a heatsink, at least. I've seen plently of Northbridge chips with heatsinks, though.


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