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  1. Ok, good to hear that!! Thanks a lot for the...

    Ok, good to hear that!! Thanks a lot for the answer!
  2. Its true... in that case I do not know the reason...

    Its true... in that case I do not know the reason for the high temperatures. Bad design probably?.

    PCH 59/60C degrees idling in my case.
  3. Same here, 61 degrees in idle. This z590...

    Same here, 61 degrees in idle.

    This z590 chipset is probably a bit hotter, Pcie 4.0 requires more power after all.
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