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    Asus Crosshair VIII Hero X570 Chipset Temperature

    Hello my motherboard chipset (pch) temperature idle 60-62 max 72 this is normal temp ?
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    Yes thats normal. My PCH Temp is about 61 at Idle and 70 at Load.
    But my Windows behaves strange... it shows installed memory 15,9GB...while 2x8GB are installed.. with my old C7H ist shows 16GB.
    Is that normal?

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    Normal

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    So are these temps normal on this board at idle?

    Can't seem to insert the image here (Think I may have gotten it) but here is the read out from HWiNFO64

    BIOS Version: 0605 (Came preinstalled and I am not very familiar with updating bios)

    Temps: that are concerning are the Evo 970 55+ and the PCH or Chip set at 64 both at idle not even gaming.

    This has me a bit concerned and I would appreciate other owners of this boards take on what the idle temp can be and at what temps I should be concerned?

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by nazkai View Post
    Can't seem to insert the image here (Think I may have gotten it) but here is the read out from HWiNFO64

    BIOS Version: 0605 (Came preinstalled and I am not very familiar with updating bios)

    Temps: that are concerning are the Evo 970 55+ and the PCH or Chip set at 64 both at idle not even gaming.

    This has me a bit concerned and I would appreciate other owners of this boards take on what the idle temp can be and at what temps I should be concerned?

    Thanks,

    -Naz
    OK, i'm on bios 1001 and my idle temps are definitely lower.
    I don't know your setup but as all your temperatures seem higher (pch, vrm, dimm, ssd) , is your case ventilated enough?

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    So are these temps normal on this board at idle?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack007 View Post
    OK, i'm on bios 1001 and my idle temps are definitely lower.
    I don't know your setup but as all your temperatures seem higher (pch, vrm, dimm, ssd) , is your case ventilated enough?

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    Hey there Jack appreciate the reaching out.

    I've been trying hard to ensure good airflow but it might be this case (Not a lot of options) It's a TT view 37 I've moved my GPU from being mounted right over the active cooler to being vertically mounted and I replaced my initial 2080TI twin fan from Zotac with a XC Hybrid 2080ti (With that AIO) set to exuast out the back.

    With the GPU fans on full blast and all the other case fans I can control (Cannot control the software or fan RPMS for my original case fans (two large in front and one that was exhaust on top but is now intake on bottom and two fans on the Thermal Take AIO up front mounted as an intake) all of those fans I can't seem to control due to Thermal Take Software error Seen in the Link below:

    https://community.thermaltake.com/in...-codeh_0x0001/

    Both CPU and GPU are liquid cooled by Aio's
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    Asus support said to me via email that temp spikes up to 100 degree are fine...

    I really doubt that!

    You can replace the ****ty thermalpad with a copper pad... your temps will decrease +/- 15 degree

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    Quote Originally Posted by PyCoder View Post
    Asus support said to me via email that temp spikes up to 100 degree are fine...
    Thank you for sharing that information, it confirms my guesstimate.

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    So are these temps normal on this board at idle?

    Thanks Pycoder and Red.

    I wouldn't know how to get in and replace that pad without possibly making things worse.

    Probably best to leave well enough and hot enough alone I guess and then RMA if it dies.

    Hey Red I am still thinking about getting that Ryujin360 at some point or else waiting on the next model that comes out with a Fan because right now on these forums there are a lot of people in posts complaining that the Software Crate is not working properly with the Ryujin and also found a review up on Youtoube that determined that the OLED screen Temp readings come from the Mobo at the base of the CPU and not from the CPU package which could be updated in software but kinda sucks.

    So I am holding off till they fix that or unless my C: Samsung m.2 NVME EVO 1 TB drive starts running too hot over 50-60c since the fan on that Ryujin could cool it some.

    Still gotta figure out my 32 GB of Corsair dual rank ram running better at some point than the 16-16-18-36-70 525 2T I got it sitting at right now but that is gonna take some research on that DRAM calc and a better understanding of the infinity fabric on my part so for now I am studying.

    Thanks Gents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nazkai View Post
    I wouldn't know how to get in and replace that pad without possibly making things worse.
    Probably best to leave well enough and hot enough alone I guess and then RMA if it dies.
    I would not bother, I really doubt the temp matters and I did mention the main reason people get caught up in a temperature paradigm.

    Quote Originally Posted by nazkai View Post
    Hey Red I am still thinking about getting that Ryujin360 at some point or else waiting on the next model that comes out with a Fan because right now on these forums there are a lot of people in posts complaining that the Software Crate is not working properly with the Ryujin and also found a review up on Youtoube that determined that the OLED screen Temp readings come from the Mobo at the base of the CPU and not from the CPU package which could be updated in software but kinda sucks.
    Software create I don't use, cant comment.

    I'll play devil's advocate to Ryujin. CPU package is the average temperature. This would be what you cooler should be measuring simply because that is what it is actually dealing with. It's like people saying CPU diode temp is important (or too a Intel fanboy it's your only hope of proving AMD run hotter) .... to your cooler it isn't a realistic value unless your using liquid nitrogen (in which case cpu diode temp is all that matters). To your CPU, diode temp effects clock performance, lower it is more likely you can clock higher on one or more cores (all). These things are inter related but what it measures is basically eye candy, after a month of your system working, your not even going to look at it, till you either make a problem for yourself or something isn't right.

    Quote Originally Posted by nazkai View Post
    So I am holding off till they fix that or unless my C: Samsung m.2 NVME EVO 1 TB drive starts running too hot over 50-60c since the fan on that Ryujin could cool it some.
    The Ryujin is expensive but the coolermaster is always another good option. I would only expect the VRM to see cooling in any from that matters (I might be wrong maybe the PCH will be helped, it would not be in my system the video card would stop that).
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