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Very High TMPIN1 Temperature reading

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#1 Kevin384


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Posted 09 October 2014 - 12:22 PM

Hi All,

I have replaced my mobo with a Gigabyte GA-Z97-D3H,

OS Windows 7 Ultimate (SP1),

Intel Core i5 4460 (3.2 GHz) Quad Core, normally clocked, Intel graphics disabled.

Gigabyte GTX GeForce 460SE GPU,

16GB Transcend DDR3 1333 RAM.

6 Cooling fans in a Corsair Carbide 500R case (4- cooling, 2 - extracting)


Since the installation, I have been concerned about temperatures (always have been, really), and have noted that the SuperIO Chip=IT8620E is reporting an extremely high temperature of 127Deg C.(260Deg F.) on the TMPIN1 "port", in both SIW and Speedfan, latest versions as far a I am aware.

My GPU and CPU temperatures are all reflecting readings well within parameters, and the fans are all running at reasonable speeds- the CPU fan is running @ 1132 RPM as I type, and the others are all under 1000RPM as reported by the two monitoring software modules.


TMPIN0 = 33 Deg C.

TMPIN2 = 19 Deg C.

TZ00 = 28 Deg C.

TZ01 - 30 Deg C.


I have done a little resarch on Google, but the information there seems to be conflicting.


Need I be concerned? There does not appear to be hot air being extracted from the case.






Edited by Kevin384, 09 October 2014 - 12:36 PM.

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#2 hamluis



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Posted 10 October 2014 - 04:47 PM

Generally speaking...any system temperature (CPU, hard drive, motherboard) under 50 Celsius...causes loss of sleep only for those whose lifestyle is worrying :).  I could even say that anything under 60 Celsius is no cause for concern, but you see my point :).



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