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Is this temperature 3, normal?
#1
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Is this temperature normal?
*Temp3, playing far cry new dawn

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#2
How does the value behave in idle and under load? It might be real if it acts as expected - low in idle and rises under load.
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#3
(05-25-2019, 08:42 AM)Martin Wrote: How does the value behave in idle and under load? It might be real if it acts as expected - low in idle and rises under load.

Idle 45*-50*
Under Load (playing) 80*-95*

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But is this temperature dangerous?
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#4
That depends on if its real. I'm not sure about that for this mainboard model, but it might be the CPU temperature and such high values would mean overheating.
Can you verify using the GIGABYTE ET6 or SIV tool what temperatures will it show?
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(05-25-2019, 06:53 PM)Martin Wrote: That depends on if its real. I'm not sure about that for this mainboard model, but it might be the CPU temperature and such high values would mean overheating.
Can you verify using the GIGABYTE ET6 or SIV tool what temperatures will it show?
Idle
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Playing Far Cry New Dawn:
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Ambient temperature 29* C, when i play injustice 2, it gets 80*c
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#6
According to that screenshot CPU seems to hit 91 C. That's quite high.
Could you please post side-by-side screenshots of ET6 and HWiNFO sensors, in ET6 for both Fan/Temp and Voltage too?
I can then adjust the sensor values and names in HWiNFO to match ET6.
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(05-25-2019, 07:23 PM)Martin Wrote: According to that screenshot CPU seems to hit 91 C. That's quite high.
Could you please post side-by-side screenshots of ET6 and HWiNFO sensors, in ET6 for both Fan/Temp and Voltage too?
I can then adjust the sensor values and names in HWiNFO to match ET6.

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#8
Thanks! I will adjust this in the next build of HWiNFO.
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