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    Motherboard overheating?

    I`m using Piriform Speccy and cpuidHWMonitor and it`s saying my motherboard is 111c is this normal?

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    dont use 2 monitoring programs.
    delete one of them.

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    Did it fix your problem?

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    My cousin is experiencing the same problem? Have you found a way to solve it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whestly View Post
    My cousin is experiencing the same problem? Have you found a way to solve it?
    Solution is simple.
    Quote Originally Posted by kkn View Post
    dont use 2 monitoring programs.
    delete one of them.

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    If the motherboard has overheated you will need to replace it. If the "computer" has overheated check the following:
    1) open the case so that you can see everything
    2) check CPU fan is working
    3) check graphics card fan is working
    3) check power supply fan/s are working
    4) if all fans are working comsider putting in extra fan to give better air circulation. this can be screwed to the back inside of computer.

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    Mine says the same thing, it's just a glitch. Your motherboard isn't actually overheating or your house would burn down.
    I don't know why it always reads the incorrect temperature but many other people owning ASUS ROG have the same weird temperature problem. If your computer, however, freezes, crashes, stutters, etc, then it actually is overheating.

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