Homkore Posted April 5, 2018 Share Posted April 5, 2018 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? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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