another update . . .
Gigabyte just says to reflash my bios from f4 to f8 . . .
not really comfortable with that, nor have I done it before . . . advice says 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it . . .
downloaded updated version from VIA for vDeck.exe, installed okay, however . . .
did a 'sleep'...
I finally figured it out . . .
system goes nuts when I come out of 'sleep' mode
the ITE PCH jumps to 207 C
check task manager and resource monitors and all 4 CPU cores are running at max (locked up at 3400+) and recorded on hwinfo system main monitors as well
from the for what it is worth department . . .
everything has been fine on this end for a while . . . until . . . I happened to put the machine to rest for a bit, and chose the 'sleep' mode instead of a shutdown . . . and sure enough, went the system came back on, the ITE PCH temp hit an...
on my end,
since I began using 1693, the numbers have never never moved from 40 - 42 C.
re: the previous post - I was reminded that ET6 was also reporting 100 C back when I was using it ( which I am not now )
as far as I am concerned, I am sticking with 1693
at this stage, I am...
just DLed the latest betas, including the latest gadget, just to be on the safe side, and not to waste your time if this might have been corrected already . . .
I have seen reading of 205 also ( currently at 44 ) intel pch is at 66C, IT8 pch is at 44C, mobo at 27C, cores all at 34/35C
perhaps U may have covered this:
got a Z77M-D3H, and brand new, as am I to this whole process
but one minute the PCH temp under IT8728 in HWiNFO will show 204 C, and the next it will show 45 C, while at all times the Intel PCH temp will be 65 C . . .
I am still trying...