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22 Mar 2014   #1

Motherboard temperature questions.

I recently checked how hot the motherboards components were physicaly.
I Could touch the What i think is the Voltage Regulator on the motherboard i have ( Listed on system specs )
Atleast the Heatsink closest to the IO panel is fairly hot but i can hold my finger on it without burning myself but its close to doing so..

And the other heatsink, Wich i think is the chipset, Burnt my fingertip slightly so i got a bit conserned.
My chassifans are 140MM Fractal SilentSeries 2.0 ( Stock Define R4 fans )
One intake in the front and one in the back top of the chassi. They are running at 5v so they are silent and the cpu and gpu temps are Suprisingly good under stress, But can the passivly cooled components on the mobo get too hot due to the strict cooling i use?

I ran Speedfan and it shows:
temp 1: ~35c
Temp 2: ~35c ( Suspect this is the motherboard CPU temp sensor )
Temp 3: ~20-25c
HD1: 36c
GPU: 34c

Remember everything i did i did while the computer was pretty much ideling.. ( Had spotify running and some webpages up including youtube

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22 Mar 2014   #2

Windows 10 Pro

Isn't this pretty much the same post/question here
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22 Mar 2014   #3


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post
Isn't this pretty much the same post/question here
Yes but i tryed to remove that thread due to faulty info.. The main thing beeing " DRM " when its the VRM and Chipset that was " burning my finger hot"
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22 Mar 2014   #4

Windows 10 Pro

You can just edit your original and ask admin to remove this one seeing it's basically a double post.

Good luck.
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