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I have an Asrock Z77 Extreme4 and my PCH Diode has never changed once from 43C. That doesn't seem correct. Not even one degree up or down.

 

'kpo6969', on 04 Jan 2013 - 04:14, said:snapback.png

I have an Asrock Z77 Extreme4 and my PCH Diode has never changed once from 43C. That doesn't seem correct. Not even one degree up or down.

 

Still same issue with Win 7 and Win 8

I always run the latest beta.

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We found Intel 7 Series Chipset PCH Datasheet

The PCH incorporates one on-die Digital thermal sensor (DTS) for thermal
management. The thermal sensor can provide PCH temperature information to an EC
or SIO device that can be used to determine how to control the fans. The normal
readable temperature range of the PCH thermal sensor is from 53 °C to 134 °C. Some
parts can read down to 43 °C but this is part to part dependent.

Is it true?

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