That will give you an acurate load temperature reading from the bios. Joined Jul 1, Messages 5, 1. Its probably just a thermal probe installed wrong I hope I said that right alot of times, some folks or some manufacturers will put probes in the wrong places or in spots where it interferes with cooling, like between the cpu and hsf. The other most glaring problem I see, is that you say it goes up to 70 and the heatsink isn’t even warm. Dippyskoodlez Aug 8, New posts What’s new Latest activity New profile posts.
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LOL You may very well find that there isn’t good contact and that might be the fault of the motherboard.
Dippyskoodlez Aug 10, Its probably just a thermal probe installed wrong I hope I said that right alot of times, some folks or some manufacturers will put probes in the wrong places or in spots where it interferes with cooling, like between the cpu and hsf. At 70c the heatsink should be noticiably warm. Why are we even talking about norce4m-a Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts.
Joined Jul 9, Messages 10, 2. Not saying that is the case with you, but the probes could be wrong. Did you use the correct amount of thermal paste? norce4m-a
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That tells me one of two things, either the heatsink isn’t making good contact with the cpu, or the temps are bogus. I would guess that there nforce4-ma a problem with the contact between the heatsink and the cpu. You should do what I suggested and monitor the temps in the bios screen for 10 minutes. Dippyskoodlez Aug 8, That will give you an acurate load temperature reading from the bios.
But I’d want to know before I threw in the towel. I’d reccomend using nvidia monitor that comes with the nvidia ntune package.
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But that is just my older than dirt opinion! Thread starter joinmeindeath Start date Aug 8, The other most jforce4m-a problem I see, is that you say it goes up to 70 and the heatsink isn’t even warm.
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If you put a drop the size of a grain of rice of AS-5 in the center of the cpu and just install the heatsink without spreading it around, you will not only be doing it the way they suggest, but you can remove it then and verify that the contact between them spread the compound that way it is supposed to.
There are instructions on their website on exactly how to apply it and that isn’t how to do it. Joined Jul 1, Messages 5, 1.
I would try that before you replace the motherboard.