|18 Nov 2010||#5|
OK, since I've been increasing the CPU VDDA Voltage (NB Voltage) could that be the reason why it's so hot? I mean, I've completely reset my CMOS settings, everything is running at stock speeds and stock voltage, but the NB is still too hot. The NB voltage is running at 2.4v, and CPU at 1.3v. I can't install fans on my sidepanel, since my CPUs Water Cooling radiator is attached to the back of the case as an exhaust fan. The Radiator is an Air In-Take.
I'd rarther not uninstall the Water Cooler since it took me 4 hours to install the Water pump onto the CPU itself. Instead of doing as the manual instructed, I manually removed the entire CPU socket from the motherboard (the brackets) and then put the pump into its own bracket then screwed it on since it wouldn't work the way it's intructed to.
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