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  1. Unfortunately, the latest beta version still doesn't show the VRM/Mosfet temperature.
  2. What is the name of your motherboard? Why don't you connect a fan to the CPU_OPT header and see?
  3. Sorry to trouble you again. According to this post, the T1 temperature reported by HWiNFO is VRM temperature. Would it be possible to add this to AIDA64?
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    GPU TDP%

    1) What kind of video card do you have? NVIDIA GT 710 2) What version of ForceWare do you have installed? 417.35 3) Are you using Windows 10 64-bit with the latest updates applied? Yes 4) Does GPU-Z report a non-zero GPU TDP% under load?
  5. Thank you for replying promptly. According to HWINFO64, Several users have reported T1 temperature being VRM temperature. I have to say it behaves like it is. I'm not sure if this is correct or not.
  6. Hello, Can you please help me? I have come across some users reporting a VRM temperature on this motherboard. Is there any way of adding it to AIDA64? Please find attached isasensordump and smbusdumpfull. Thanks in advance. isasensordump.txt smbusdump_full.txt
  7. Sorry to trouble you again. I just added some fans to my case and realised some are labelled incorrectly: AIDA64 Gigabyte SIV cpu should be cpu cpu opt should be chassis #5 chassis #1 should be chassis #3 chassis #2 should be chassis #2 chassis #3 should be chassis #1 chassis #4 should be chassis #6 chassis #5 should be chassis #4 missing should be cpu opt Thank you.
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    Gigabyte Z270N-Gaming 5 sensors

    You're welcome. One question though, if the sensors are unutilized, why do the PCI-E and Aux temps go up when I blow hot air over the motherboard?
  9. fads

    Gigabyte Z270N-Gaming 5 sensors

    Okay I found this post which explains the situation very well. What I don't understand is that if the sensors are unutilized, why do the PCI-E and Aux temps go up when I blow hot air over the motherboard? Is there any chance of removing the PCI-E and Aux temps for my motherboard? Very much appreciated.
  10. The bios and SIV report the temps correctly.
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