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    Safe Gaming Motherboard Temps? (STRIXz270F)

    Hey Guys,

    i was wondering how much degree would be usual for a Mainboard?
    Right now i get 30C when idle and up to 40C when Gaming.

    CPU between 60-65C
    GPU at 60C

    Now i wonder if the Motherboard actually gets that warm since it cools down way too fast when shutting down a Game,
    could it be false reading by the Sensors and be the GPU Heat flowing over it?

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    ROG 師傅 Array Arne Saknussemm PC Specs
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    That sounds normal. It depends exactly where the sensor is ...and what is classed as "motherboard". If it's the PCH or a sensor near the CPU socket etc.

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    As Arne says - different monitoring software label sensors differently. Use only one software to monitor your PC please. More than one application running at a time can give you messed up readings.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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