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    ROG Member Array DanniV8 PC Specs
    DanniV8 PC Specs
    Laptop (Model)Asus ROG Strix 15.6" GL553V
    MotherboardAsus Crosshair VI Hero
    ProcessorAMD Ryzen 1700
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    Jumpy Chipset temperature reading

    A minute long video of the G15 lcd with the app monitor I made for it using Aida64.

    PCH temps are like this all the time. not only in Aida64.



    Is there any way to stabilize this? I'm set my case fans to monitor this temp sensor and they don't know how fast to run.. they're all over the place

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    ROG Enthusiast Array SexyTerrorisT PC Specs
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    Well not really you can only decide to bump the fan speed from the highest point it jumps at. Using Fan Expert to do it.

    One solution Asus could to quick fix is only give the average or median of 10 previous readings instead of true real time readings every second to eliminate the problem.
    This is beyond me why the have no thought about this quick fix on those bios updates yet...

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