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Two different temperatures for MoBo


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"PCH" and "PCH Diode" are the temperatures of the onboard Intel chipset (PCH), while "Motherboard" is the temperature of the sensor chip. Both the sensor chip and the PCH are integrated on the motherboard PCB, but they're usually far from each other. And while the relatively simple sensor chip always runs quite cool, the very complex PCH could heat up quite heavily when there's a lot of data traffic flowing through it.
 

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Fiery

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