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    Unusually high chipset temperature?

    I could not find this information elsewhere. I have a Z690 Hero Maximus Mobo. With default settings loaded in BIOS, UEFI reports that the chipset temperature is anywhere from 46 - 52 degrees celsius. That is within the UEFI BIOS setup monitoring screen. Can anyone else let me know what they're seeing for this temperature within BIOS with this motherboard?Click image for larger version. 

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    Hello,

    50C is fine and well within operating limits. Mileage will vary depending on ambients

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    ROG Member Array JeffroMan PC Specs
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    Thanks, good to know. Ambient temperature was around 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

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    Its always seemed high to me but its been the same range across multiple motherboards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffroMan View Post
    I could not find this information elsewhere. I have a Z690 Hero Maximus Mobo. With default settings loaded in BIOS, UEFI reports that the chipset temperature is anywhere from 46 - 52 degrees celsius. That is within the UEFI BIOS setup monitoring screen. Can anyone else let me know what they're seeing for this temperature within BIOS with this motherboard?Click image for larger version. 

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    You think that's bad here's my Z690 Gaming APCH Temp just reached 65c just loading WIndows up at boot, It's 0c here in the UK and the ambient is cool.

    If I start gaming it reaches 73c I am not happy with this and may send it back for a different board, There's a reason why board makers started to add fans to the chipset on PCIE 4.0 AMD boards and it's this reason, What's the point in doing everything humanely possible to cool a CPU when onboard chips run this hot.Click image for larger version. 

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    It's unclear, but your situation may indicate a heat-related issue. If you haven't been running any high-intensity programs, it could be something as simple as bad ventilation in the case. But if you have been playing VR games or using intensive graphics applications, then I recommend contacting customer service for a diagnostic and repair process to help identify the problem before it becomes serious or permanent damage occurs. They're there to help.

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    Hello, it might be worth asking what's connected to the system. Multiple storage devices will put load through the PCH. Of course, it's of no consequence, as the chipset is designed to operate well within those limits.

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    Hello, I am having the same issue. This is a ROG STRIX Z690-G GAMING WIFI and I'm not sure if this is normal or not.

    I have SSDs in all 3 NVME slots and the GPU is coming above the chipset.
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    Hello,

    Same problem here as well.

    ASUS support was useless. "If you think something is wrong, return it"...instead of actually helping me with some problem solving or giving some answers.

    - The chipset 70C+ while the rest of the system is cool. It's not an airflow-issue. I do however have 2x nvme installed, so it might be that putting some load on the PCH.
    - The GPU is located above the chipset. GPU is 40 degrees, so it should actually be chilling the chipset which is 70+.
    - Managed to get it down a few degrees by tweaking the BIOS.


    My best guess atm:
    - I think it might be poor thermal pads - anyone poppet the heatsink off and had a look?
    - Additional BIOS-related load-reduction of the PCH as a temporary workaround.

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    Same here Z690 G Gaminig-wifi , arounf 65-70 deg C on Chipset, while CPU is ~35, and "motherboard" is 43 .... and I think I have a good airflow ...
    I suspect the problem is because of the graphic card which doesn't let the air to flow above the chipset radiator ...
    Also .. when I force to start (or higher RPM) for GPU fans, then the chipset temp decreases a little ... I'm thinking to put an additional cooler somewhere... on the bottom , just to blow air to the chipset radiator ...

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