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[Resolved] my computer is ON FIRE!

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Heh not really but appearing to a SmartGuardian screen it is. Can you say whats happening with the heat sensors in my motherboard?

 

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Damn bro! Have you tried running MBM to see if it says the same thing? Software, what is software? Never trust software....i've seen all sorts of incorrect reading from that utility you are using there. Not sure if the sensors on your board are acting up or it's just that particular software. So that's why i wanted you to try SpeedFan or MBM to see what readings you get as well. Thanks...

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Heh, I had my smartguardian software do that after I installed Motherboard monitor before I got the sensors setup corretly. Mine would all read 78` Celsius at idle.

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What does it say in bios ?

 

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johneverd beat me to it.. :nod:

 

If they are off in bios also then I would try to reflash the bios.. If that doesnt help then the board needs to be rma'd most likely..

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Try clearing the CMOS - the problem should go away.

If it doesn't then reflash.

And never use two monitoring programs at the same time.

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OK so I did a reboot and looked into the BIOS, there it said all three temps were at -128°. I was like wtf and switched the PSU off, so that the computer was disconnected from the power line. I booted it up and now everything is back to normal, the BIOS reads the correct temps and the programs do so too.

 

Strange behavior but it seems that its fixed now. Thanks for all your replies!

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I had a similar issue with a neo 550 PSU just before it went bad. It would from time to time spike the cpu voltage and the temp readings. Just a thought.

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Bad PSU, may be worth checking out, be a shame something got fried after you got a warning.

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