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    P6TD Deluxe Mobo Temps?

    Hi Guys n Girls!

    Got my shiny new PC up and running and just decided to install the ASUS Probe tool just to see that the temps were ok..

    Running an i7 920 @ Stock at the moment, 6GB of Dominator RAM, along with the P6TD Deluxe

    Also I have a EVGA 285 GTX running at pre overclocked speeds.

    Idle temps are ok, around about 35 on the i7 with 34ish on the Mobo. Room temp is probably quite high as its damn cold outside It isnt baking though - just warm!

    Problem is under load the MB is hitting about 60 deg according to the ASUS Probe tool, any idea's what temperature range this should be running at under load??

    Got a decent sized case (New Lian Li PC-7FW) with a 140mm front fan - 120mm at the rear and also 120mm fan on the psu drawing air out at the base of the PC.

    Just wondering if any of you guys are using a P6TD ?

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    Re: P6TD Deluxe Mobo Temps?

    no one got any idea's?

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    Re: P6TD Deluxe Mobo Temps?

    What kind of "load" are you talking about? At idle mine runs are circa 40 deg c but it only has asmall aluminium heatsink (passive) cooling. Your mobo looks like the chipset has heatpipes and a heatsink. What's the temp at idle?

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    Re: P6TD Deluxe Mobo Temps?

    That's not too bad really. Have you tried using another program instead of the probe tool to see what that says?

    It could just be a software problem.

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    Re: P6TD Deluxe Mobo Temps?

    yeah it could be a software prob, or more likely airflow in the case, if its just the 2 fans youve got it could be a problem with heat building up

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    Re: P6TD Deluxe Mobo Temps?

    Update - everything seemed to be ok, until a couple of hours of COD and the machine crashed out!

    My 285GTX is sitting right across the NB heatsink and its running red hot!

    Problem is it comes with an optional fan, but clearly my GFX card would hit it if I tried to fit it!

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