Question about HP Asus Motherboard P4SD-LA Socket 478 DQ182-69002 5187-6671
Are you sure the reported temperature is correct? How are you getting this indication? Is it through the Hardware monitoring in the bios, where the system would be under little load?
Have you checked that the heatsink is getting that hot? 136 degrees c is enough to blow the chip and I would have thought the computer would have shut down. placing your hand near the heatsink should tell you if its getting hot even without touching it
I would be inclined to download a hardware monitoring programme that will confirm the temps that you appear to be getting. If the chip is not running that hot it may be a faulty sensor.
To help resolve this, I would reset my bios to the defaults to eliminate that area first, then check my heatsink and fan to clean any dirt or dust build up. I would also try another chip to see if the same problem occurs. It COULD be a faulty chip
If the above produce no results, and your motherboard is set to defaults, then I would seriously consider swapping out the board.
I don't know what cooling fan and sink you are using but the Precott P4's used to generate a lot of heat and ran ay 75 degrees on a standard cooler, certainly recommend a copper bottomed or Arcic cooler pro type
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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