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Thread: SG33G5 Bios SG33SM12 -> wrong CPU-Temp (too much voltage?)




  1. #11
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    Default Re: SG33G5 Bios SG33SM12 -> wrong CPU-Temp (too much voltage?)

    I think you should try reflashing with a previous bios version to see if the temps return to previous levels. I have flashed my shuttle with several bios updates using a usb thumb drive to flash from dos and have never had any problems. I used the HP USB format and setup utility to set up my thumb drive as a dos boot disk then just installed the needed files. I also wrote a simple bat file to perform the actual flash so that I did not have to remember the dos command just have to run the bat file and everything is automatic after that. Information on setting up a usb thumb drive as a dos boot disk for flashing is available over on the Sudian SFF forums if you check I think there is also links to the HP utility available there as well if you have a usb thumb drive you can use. I would not recommend flashing from windows as there have been several reports of problems doing that I think flashing from dos is much safer.
    Shadowtester

    Shuttle SG33G5B
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 G0 Quad-Core Processor Over Clocked 3.1GHz
    Mushkin Extreme Performance 2GB DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) with EPP Profile Dual Channel
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  2. #12
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    Default Re: SG33G5 Bios SG33SM12 -> wrong CPU-Temp (too much voltage?)

    I have just flashed bios to the previous version and - voilà - temps are normal again (~40° on windows desktop).

  3. #13
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    Default Re: SG33G5 Bios SG33SM12 -> wrong CPU-Temp (too much voltage?)

    here are the specs of another user with higher cpu-temp:

    SG33G5M
    E6600@3GHz (333MHZ FSB)
    4GB A-Data PC2-6400@817MHZ
    Geforce8600gts

  4. #14

    Default Re: SG33G5 Bios SG33SM12 -> wrong CPU-Temp (too much voltage?)

    A BIOS update will be released shorty to fix this problem,
    I was going to attach it here, but the file size is larger than
    the 150K limit. So check the Shuttle Download page for the BIOS update.
    Eric
    SHUTTLE Technical Support

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    Default Re: SG33G5 Bios SG33SM12 -> wrong CPU-Temp (too much voltage?)

    Great news, Eric, and thanks a lot! I will give it a shot. Could you provide us with some more information about the cause?

  6. #16

    Default Re: SG33G5 Bios SG33SM12 -> wrong CPU-Temp (too much voltage?)

    Unfortunately I cannot, as I do not have the details.
    But it was something different with the 45nm CPUs BIOS update, which caused the CPU temps to go up. But it has been fixed, thanks for the input.
    Eric
    SHUTTLE Technical Support

  7. #17
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    Default Re: SG33G5 Bios SG33SM12 -> wrong CPU-Temp (too much voltage?)

    Are there any news when that bios will be posted on shuttle's download-page?

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    Default Re: SG33G5 Bios SG33SM12 -> wrong CPU-Temp (too much voltage?)

    give me your email address and i'll send you the bios
    Eric
    SHUTTLE Technical Support

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    Default Re: SG33G5 Bios SG33SM12 -> wrong CPU-Temp (too much voltage?)

    Hi Eric,

    I have sent you a PM.

  10. #20
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    Default Re: SG33G5 Bios SG33SM12 -> wrong CPU-Temp (too much voltage?)

    Eric, as I am a bit unsure if you allowed pm's in your profile, here a special public email adress of another user with the same problem: email_empfang@web.de

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