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    Default Gigabyte X79 UD3 Motherboard temperature ?

    Hello,

    I have buy a new case for my computer, the case is an Corsair obsidian 750D (beautiful) I have all fans in 12v. (noctua)

    I use HWINFO64 for looking temperatures.

    My motherboard temperature on IDLE is, 45c. That not too heavy? It is normal? Thank you much for answer me!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte X79 UD3 Motherboard temperature ?

    Well mine is around 40-42 so 45 in hotter case is OK

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    Default Re: Gigabyte X79 UD3 Motherboard temperature ?

    Hello, i look in the bios and the 45c temperature in bios is for ""PCH TEMPERATURE"" PCH what mean? chipset? I have 23c in ""SYSTEM TEMPERATURE"".

    Then, in window, system temperature = chipset ?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte X79 UD3 Motherboard temperature ?

    45c is just fine for PCH.
    Look in HWINFO64 and see what core temperatures are.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte X79 UD3 Motherboard temperature ?

    cores temperatures are fine.. i have a little overclock of my 3820 at 4.3ghz and temp max in OCCT test is 62-63.

    My question is about SYSTEM and PCH TEMPERATURE. But you say is fine then is ok! thank you much!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte X79 UD3 Motherboard temperature ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mseirco View Post
    cores temperatures are fine.. i have a little overclock of my 3820 at 4.3ghz and temp max in OCCT test is 62-63.

    My question is about SYSTEM and PCH TEMPERATURE. But you say is fine then is ok! thank you much!
    Both temps are fine.
    Z97X-UD5H /4770K delidded /F8 BIOS
    Z87-UD5H on standby-waiting on DC
    4x4GB Kingston Genesis KHX24C11X3K4/16X 2400 RAM 11-13-13-30
    Case Labs SM8 w/dual pedestals / Custom water w/ acrylic pipe / Light box
    PowerColor AX7950 2DHV4 x2 w/EK blocks / Xonar DSX Audio
    Samsung 840 Pro 256GBx1 / 128GBx1 SSD's | 3 HDD's / DVD burner
    Dual Aquaero 5 Pro controllers for pumps & fans / FC9 for led's only
    2xD5 pwm w/Bitspower tops - MCP35x2 - 4x480 rads/AP15 fans / EK supremcy
    Seasonic Platinum 1000w custom fabbed/sleeved psu wiring by me

    Wifes: Z77-UD5H / 3770K
    HTPC: Z68 Pro3 M / 2105

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    Default Re: Gigabyte X79 UD3 Motherboard temperature ?

    Thank you!!

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