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Temperature sensors (Gigabyte Z370N WIFI Rev. 1.0)


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Good afternoon!

I assembled a new PC on the Gigabyte z370n wifi chipset (rev 1.0). Works great. The chipset has 6 temperature sensors on the motherboard.
I decided to put the programs aida64, to look at the temperatures.
As a result, I saw the 95C figure at rest - 106C at the load on the pci-e sensor.
There are no such temperatures in the bios.
On the touch anywhere on the motherboard I did not find such temperatures.

A number of questions arise:
1. Is this software bug? I mean, that the chipset is new and the programs do not know how to correctly read the temperature?
2. Aida64 shows 5 temperature values on the motherboard with 6 sensors, can there be such that the pci-e indicator is the sum of some two values?
3. Do I have to worry about this?

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Make sure to check if you have a similar reading in the UEFI Setup (BIOS Setup) or in Gigabyte's own monitoring software.  If you can find a thermal reading there with such high measured value, then AIDA64 indicates the right temperature values.

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On 06.04.2018 at 8:18 PM, Fiery said:

Make sure to check if you have a similar reading in the UEFI Setup (BIOS Setup) or in Gigabyte's own monitoring software.  If you can find a thermal reading there with such high measured value, then AIDA64 indicates the right temperature values.

In Setup (BIOS Setup) i cant find this temperature value. BIOS show me the same temperature values as Gigabyte's own monitoring software.

Gigabyte's own monitoring software "System Information Viewer" show me normal temperature values.

Aida64 in this moment show more temperature values, pci-e have 95 C at rest.

Where is the truth? :)

 

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21 hours ago, Fiery said:

Thank you for the screen shots, they were very helpful.  In the next AIDA64 beta update we'll remove the 2 incorrect thermal readings (PCI-E and Aux).

Big thx! But the question remained, why are there 6 temperature sensors on the motherboard, and only 4 temperature sensors are displayed in the Gigabyte's own monitoring software "System Information Viewer"?

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22 hours ago, Homkore said:

Big thx! But the question remained, why are there 6 temperature sensors on the motherboard, and only 4 temperature sensors are displayed in the Gigabyte's own monitoring software "System Information Viewer"?

The above mentioned new AIDA64 beta build is available for download at:

https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta

The 6 temperature readings come from the onboard sensor chip.  The chip (IT8686E) supports 6 temperature readings, but only 4 is utilized by your motherboard.

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