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Motherboard at 87 Degrees?

Q: Motherboard at 87 Degrees?

So I made my first custom build pc recently and my specs:
Motherboard: Z97 GAMING 5
CPU: Intel 17-4790k
GPU: Gigabyte Geforce G1 GTX 970 4GB
Ram: 16gb ddr3

In my MSI software (MSI Command center) it goes around the 85 degrees when I play Battlefield 4 on ultra.
Is the motherboard temp the same as the CPU temp? and is 85 degrees too much?
I do use the stock cpu cooler.
Also I have a 200mm front and a 140mm in the back.

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A: Motherboard at 87 Degrees?

Download HWiNFO64 and use this software to compare temps. Not saying there is anything wrong with the MSI software, but there is always a possibility that it is not reading the correct temps.
Also, do you overclock? Overclocking will affect the temps, especially if you are still using stock coolers.
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A:CPU and Motherboard Temp over 80 degrees C

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A:CPU at 235 degrees F

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A:Cpu 60 Degrees!!!!

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A:CPU hitting 80 Degrees C?

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A:CPU Temp over 80 degrees C

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A:Cpu at 50 degrees when virtually idle

Quote: Originally Posted by Tomha

CPU is running at 50 degrees Celsius with a load of only 1-5%. It is an Intel i7 2600k with the stock cooler. Any suggestions? Is this normal? Because it use to be closer to 35 degrees at idle.


50 is certainly high at near idle, assuming you are in a room with ordinary temps.

But it isn't alarming and would probably run for many years at 50.

What happens at say 70% load?

I would wonder why it had changed.

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I don't want to come off sounding rude. But I think Leeky? pointed out a day or 2 ago that nearly everything you ask can be found with a google search fairly quickly.

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A:CPU temp of 94 Degrees Celsius!

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I have brought your issue to the attention of an appropriate team within HP. They will likely request information from you in order to look up your case details or product serial number. Please look for a private message from an identified HP contact. Additionally, keep in mind not to publicly post personal information (serial numbers and case details).

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How do I fix this???

Attached is a screen shot of what I am seeing (all sideways!):

Well, for some bizarre reason, the two screenshots I attached show the desktop images right side up.

However, looking at my screen, I see the bear's nose (in the wallpaper image) is pointing toward the TOP of the screen, and the deskton icons are all lined up across the top and the bottom of the screen!

Thanks for any help on getting this back to normal!


A:[SOLVED] Desktop view has turned 45 degrees to the right????

Try pressing CTRL+ALT+ Arrow Key (left, right, up, etc)
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Hi ahhhlexis.
Right click an empty area on your desktop and select "properties"
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In the pic i'm running speedfan, realtemp and HW Monitor with the CPU load 43% (attaching it made it too small to read uploading elsewhere asap)

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