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    Hey guys, I was prepairing to do some benchmarks as I just finished stabilizing 4ghz on my 1090t. However I installed CPUID Hardware Monitor and Noticed my Mainboard temps are 65-67c idle and 72-76 under load/stress. This is very very high i'm thinking as its getting near 180F. I removed my overclock and fond that it has little change only 2-5c. My Motherboard is a Biostar ta890fxe. I've read on the internet that there are a good deal of people having similar issues with 890/850 boards. Is 65-76c danerous in temperatures? Also I could easily take on 2 more blocks for my watercooling loop but it has been Impossible for me to find out if my motherboard is compatible with koolance or EK's universal mosfet/bridge blocks. Does anyone know if my board might have compatibility issues? Or is there an alternative to water cooling the mainboard and still reduce my temperatures a good deal? Thanks guys this is kinda freakin me out I finally get stable 4ghz OC and realize my Mainboard is loading at 75c =/

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDotts25 View Post
    Hey guys, I was prepairing to do some benchmarks as I just finished stabilizing 4ghz on my 1090t. However I installed CPUID Hardware Monitor and Noticed my Mainboard temps are 65-67c idle and 72-76 under load/stress. This is very very high i'm thinking as its getting near 180F. I removed my overclock and fond that it has little change only 2-5c. My Motherboard is a Biostar ta890fxe. I've read on the internet that there are a good deal of people having similar issues with 890/850 boards. Is 65-76c danerous in temperatures? Also I could easily take on 2 more blocks for my watercooling loop but it has been Impossible for me to find out if my motherboard is compatible with koolance or EK's universal mosfet/bridge blocks. Does anyone know if my board might have compatibility issues? Or is there an alternative to water cooling the mainboard and still reduce my temperatures a good deal? Thanks guys this is kinda freakin me out I finally get stable 4ghz OC and realize my Mainboard is loading at 75c =/

    Those temps are a little high. What voltage do you have to NB. Mofset cooling is waste of $. Your not giving any info. on air flow inside your case. Take pics and post them and explain the fan configuration. A high speed fan on exhaust will cool inside better.

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    IMO, there're two things, software compatibility or board sensors screw you up. It's sound like the board sensors because a lot of people have the same issue as your.

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    Let me get this right, your motherboard is "65-67c idle and 72-76 under load/stress"?

    Can you install HWMonitor and post a screen shot of it.

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    ok incomming pic of CPUID Hardware Monitor. I tried looking for my Northbridge temps in bios but could not find it. my system temp on boot is normally in the 31-35c range depending on oc. I have a HAF 932 with stock fan config. 1 230mm 800rpm front intake 1 230mm side intake 1 230mm top exhaust and 1 140mm rear exhaust. I have liquid cooling on my CPU and during 1 hour of Prime95 not 1 core went above 38c the CPU never reached 50c, yet my Northbridge heatsink was too hot to hold my fingers to. which is when i first noticed the problem. At that time my CPU was at 1.4V my northbridge at 2600mhz and 1.3V i believe or around there. But the northbridge doesnt feel near as hot as it did then and its reading 78c under load now!



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    oh btw, cpu is down to 3.6ghz @1.3v Northbridge 2000mhz @1.1V i think? cant remember but what should my northbridge speed and Voltage be at when my CPU is 3.6ghz and also when its at 4.0ghz @1.4v which i've managed to get stable.

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    I leave my NB at stock @4GHz

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    k well at the momment i am purchasing a northbridge zalman 2pipe standoff heatsink that takes an 80mm fan. I am also replacing my side 230mm fan with 4x 85cfm 2+pressure rated fans. To insure that i cannot hear my private jet take off i will be using a delta 220cfm 140mm rear exhaust fan ^_^. I am quite sure that the issue is my boards shoddy heatsinks. They are very very poorly engineered and from what i hear also poorly installed.

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    Stop....... skip the delta way to loud you won't like the noise look for a high CFM fan in the flavor of a 120X25mm not 38mm

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    ya i think i would end up regretting it like 90% of the people who buy em. is there a benefit to 25mm vs 38mm besides room? also the mosfet cooler on my board seems to enclose 2 seperate things voltage regulater and mosfet? or mosfet and some type of capacitors. If you could take a look at this and let me know if it would be ok to put normal mosfet heatsinks i would appreciate it thanks.

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    25mm fans are quieter than 38mm less surface area. As for what there called I'm not sure It's part of the NB as far as I'm concerned LOL. anfi tec is the only company I found for my board they might have one for yours, he posts here on the forum maybe send him a PM to find out, here is his site http://translate.google.ca/translate...%26prmd%3Divns

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    thanks so much duff i really appreciate it

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    Here is a guy with the same board that found some universal blocks that worked for him

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    TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT. You will not gain anything cooling the Northbridge. It is a waste of $ friend. It seems you are impatient and not taking advise. The AMD and Intels do not run high NB or chipset temps like in the far past. The onloy benefit of cooling chipsets is eyecandy and it is proven no better overclockd.


    You keep going on on the subject and you are not posting any voltages. Take screenies of your bios. If your NB is running hot, you may have too much voltage somewhere or the sensors are not reading correct. What you mau want to do is re apply tim to the passive heatsink. Get come Ceramic Tim and try that 1st. Maybe manufacturer did a crappy tim application.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    Here is a guy with the same board that found some universal blocks that worked for him

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    Danger Den makes universal blocks along with swiftec.

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    hrmm i'm a little confused here drdeath, I thought that 180F was too hot for my mainboard to be? I posted a photo of my Hardware Monitor showwing my max at the time being 78c but that wasnt even under load just after playing some dragon age II. Also I was pondering doing heatsink replacements not waterblocks, as there has been alot of chaffe on the net about biostars heatsinks being inadequate for the job. Not that it really matters but when i saw all these people posting problem temps in the 60'c range on the same board I figured mine breaking 80'c was a bit of an issue. So in this reguard i'll neither take it nor leave it unfortunately.

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