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Topic Title: Athlon II X4 645 Temp Issue
Topic Summary: Constant high temperatures
Created On: 08/27/2011 04:15 PM
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 08/27/2011 04:15 PM
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sdrawkcab
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Hi guys, I'm new here. I've been searching the net for this issue I'm having and found this forum and thought it would be the best place to ask. Now, I saw the thread started by azuniga about the same problem I'm having, but didn't want to hijack the thread, and also, we have different system specs.

Yesterday I built a new system and I'm stumped about what is causing the high processor temperatures. I monitored the system from the point I powered everything up to this point and the temperature at idle is between 45-50 degrees celsius. I'm getting these readings from the BIOS and Gigabyte's EasyTune 6 software. I have not overclocked the processor, everything's set to default in BIOS, except I disabled automatic fan control so the CPU fan spins at max speed. Housed in a Cooler Master 922 HAF case with default cooling (3 fans - top exhaust, front intake, back exhaust). I'm a PC tech and this really has me stumped, as I know it's pretty common to have these processors hitting temps between 26-40 degrees celsius on air with stock heatsink+fan.

System specs:-
Motherboard - Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3 Rev. 1.0
PSU - Corsair TX Enthusiast Series 650W
4x4GB (16GB) Kingston 1333 DDR3 1.5V RAM
Sapphire Radeon HD4350 GPU
AMD Athlon IIX4 645 - 3.1Ghz w/ Stock Thermal Compoud and Heatsink+Fan
Cooler Master HAF 922
500GB Seagate 7200rpm HDD
Microsoft Windows XP SP3

Any suggestions or help will be greatly appreciated. I'm really not keen on aftermarket coolers.

Thanks
 09/01/2011 03:25 PM
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Might check the voltages(Vcore) in BIOS, is it what is recommended for that processor? If not, try lowering it a notch or two.

I see there is a recent BIOS, F4 for that board, refers to "Modify TPM compatiblity". Wonder if that has anything to do with temp sensing/reading?
Could be worth a try.

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