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    Very high system temp 95 celsius.Field Value
    Sensor Properties
    Sensor Type ITE IT8718F (ISA 290h)
    GPU Sensor Type Analog Devices ADT7473 (NV-I2C 2Eh)
    Motherboard Name Gigabyte EP31 / EP35 / G33 / P31 / P35 Series
    Chassis Intrusion Detected No

    Temperatures
    Motherboard 93 C (199 F)
    CPU 22 C (72 F)
    CPU #1 / Core #1 21 C (70 F)
    CPU #1 / Core #2 21 C (70 F)
    CPU #1 / Core #3 17 C (63 F)
    CPU #1 / Core #4 17 C (63 F)
    GPU 49 C (120 F)
    GPU Diode 60 C (140 F)
    GPU Memory 49 C (120 F)
    GPU Ambient 42 C (108 F)
    Seagate ST3320620AS 36 C (97 F)
    WDC WD1500AHFD-00RAR5 34 C (93 F)

    Cooling Fans
    CPU 2668 RPM
    Chassis 1125 RPM
    Fan #4 1193 RPM
    GPU 1621 RPM (60%)

    Voltage Values
    CPU Core 1.12 V
    +3.3 V 3.30 V
    +12 V 12.12 V
    +5 V Standby 5.08 V
    VBAT Battery 3.25 V
    DIMM 2.14 V
    GPU Vcc 3.27 V

    GIGABYTE GE-P35-DS4
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    Are you SURE the NB heatsink is properly connected still? You could push on it a little while your system is running and if temps go down you will know that is the issue.

    You should also be able to tell if it has been knocked out of place by touching it while the system is on, if it is cold or does not feel warm then you know it is not on properly

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    I had this PC for one year and it worked fine but I've never checked the temp before and it possible that it's been like this since the beginning.A few weeks ago my PC was only starting for a few seconds and then restarted again until I turned it off from the turn off button.If I tried to turn it on again and still did the same thing but when I turn off the power supply and started again it worked fine.After a while this problem started repeating more often and turning off the power didn't fix it but after a few times pushing the restart button start working for hours until I turned it off(log off,hybernate).I first taught that is my OS and I reinstall the windows and the drivers and the problem remained.I started reaserching in forums ,people suggested it's BIOS so I took the battery of the BIOS and putted back on and it didn't fix it then I succesfuly updated to the latest version of BIOS following the instructions and the problem got worst and sometimes freezes before loading to BIOS screen .I've install Everest and then found out about my temp problem.I opened it and touch it but it didn't seem that hot .I have tree fans and all of them work fine
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    This is my MB
    I don't know how the PC is working fine for many hours since the temp of motherboard is vary from 92 C to 95 C most of the times 93 C .
    Last edited by vipzone; 03-20-2009 at 07:03 PM.

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    What version of everest are you using, maybe it is to old. Have you checked in the BIOS in PC Health section, or with A few other software's such as HWmonitor or Easytune

    If your NB does not get hot when you run Memtest or Orthos/Prime then it is not properly connected. You should be able to feel it getting warm, don't be afraid to grab it you will be fine

    What MCH and FSB Voltage do you have set in the BIOS anyway?

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    Everest Ultimate says 93C. The BIOS says 93C and EasyTune5 says 93 .
    Last edited by vipzone; 03-21-2009 at 05:41 PM.

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    Ya, that is hot for sure then and not just a software glitch or issue. MCH and FSB Voltages settings are in the MIT Section, you cannot see the value, only what you have set for them. If you have not set anything then they would be stock values and not be part of the issue, I asked about that just incase you had set them and maybe did so too high

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    I've run memtest holding the NB heatsink in my hand and the temp has changed just a little bit and it doesn't seem hot at all.Is it normal for my PC to work like champ for 20 hours with this high temp ?I had my PC turn off overnight then I turn it on and I checked the BIOS right away and the temp was 90 C and in 30 seconds the temp went to 92 C and now is 95 C with no difference if the fans are on.What should I do now?Can I safely use it?Is it possible to have been like this from the beginning ?Thank you

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    Well ya, if that is correct. I just posted the info on NB Temps for someone else >>
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/ep35...tml#post290525

    Have you contacted Gigabyte to see if they say there is a known issue with the sensor for this board? If you have not, you should to see what they say as it may be a known issue >>>
    GIGABYTE - Support&Download - Technical Service Zone

    If they say it is not, then I would advise you RMA the board

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    Quote Originally Posted by vipzone View Post
    This is my MB
    I don't know how the PC is working fine for many hours since the temp of motherboard is vary from 92 C to 95 C most of the times 93 C .
    I can see a prob right here.

    Your HSF is mounted backwards blowing heated air back into the case, it should be mounted so that it blows out the rear exhaust port.

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