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  1. hmm, using the beta version I havent been able to recreate the scenario, now the cpu fan erading are there all the time. which is great!
  2. Thanks, the readings are now the same as in MSI Control Center. Check the image... But there are one more thing I noticed, the CPU fan and its RPM isn't always displayed, as you can see in my first post the readings are there, but in the 2 other pictures it's gone... . I have noticed that when I have the AIDA64 application running the CPU fan and its reading sometimes popup, and then it disapears again, Is this somethig you can look into?
  3. Ok, here is the ISA Sensor Dump ... ------[ AIDA64 v2.50.2000 ]------ ------[ Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 (64-bit) ]------ ------[ Motherboard Info ]------ Motherboard ID : 63-0100-000001-00101111-031511-Chipset$1APEQ007_BIOS DATE: 04/11/12 09:39:14 VER: 04.06.04 Motherboard Model : MSI X79A-GD45 (MS-7735) Motherboard Chipset : Intel Patsburg X79, Intel Sandy Bridge-E DMI MB Manufacturer : MSI DMI MB Product : X79A-GD45 (MS-7735) DMI MB Version : 1.0 DMI MB Serial : To be filled by O.E.M. DMI SYS Manufacturer: MSI DMI SYS Product : MS-7735 DMI
  4. Hi In control center - green power - system = 40 c
  5. Great, one more thing.... I noticed that the AIDA64 Extreme edition report that the motherboard temperature is 54 degrees celcius, but the bios reports 40 degrees celcius. Thats quite a difference, whats up with that?
  6. Update.. my cpu made a high pitch noise when it was in idle so I followed this advide .. http://everythinghos...-pitched-noise/ This got rid of the high pitch noise from the cpu but it also made the temperature rise (the first image in my post), this really bothered me so I googled som more and found out that I could disable Intel C-State in the bios, after I did that I got the temperatures down by approximatly 15 degrees celcius and the high pitch noise from the cpu was also not present. It looks ok now, right?
  7. Thats what I thought, this is when idle....
  8. Hi Fiery Thanks for the info, do you have any reflections about the temperatures I have, are they low, high or normal?
  9. Hi I just bought and installed the Extreme edition 2.50 and have some questions regarding the CPU temperature sensors. There are one sensor for the CPU, one for the CPU package and one for each CPU kernel, what reading is the one to look at when looking at CPU temperature, I've just installed a new CPU cooler/fan and I want to know if the CPU temperature is ok or not. Right now my CPU sensor read 39 degrees celcius (102F) and the CPU Package 64 degrees celcius (145F) and each CPU kernel around 62 degrees celcius (144F).
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