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Old 07-01-10, 07:31 PM
Mauro Mauro is offline
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Maximus II Formula ( P45/ICH10R) Southbridge high temperature is normal?

I have an Asus Maximus II Formula and the temperature of the southbridge is constantly at 55 º C, this is normal?

This high temperature can decrease the lifetime of the southbridge?

I live in a region with high temperatures in Brazil, and the ambient temperature inside the computer case is 42 º C, but even at high temperatures do not think he should be so hot.

"sorry for bad english"

(Portuguese in Brazil) Tenho uma Asus Maximus II Formula e a temperatura do southbridge constantemente esta em 55ºC, isso é normal? Essa temperatura alta pode diminuir tempo de vida da southbridge?




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Old 07-01-10, 08:28 PM
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i have an maximus formula(not the II) and my southbridge temps are 44 degrees in a room thats 24 degrees so u might be ok
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Old 07-01-10, 08:43 PM
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Since the temp of the inside of the case is 43oC I think 55oC SB isn't bad going. Try and get rid of some of that heat by placing fans over the heatsinks.
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