Asus Motherboard "TMPIN2" temperature...?

Nikkel

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Hey guys

I've recently (about a week ago) upgraded my PC and after checking CPUID HW monitor noticed that the "TMPIN2" temperature sits at constant 128 degrees whether at idle or under load. I've touched the northbridge just feel and my fingers didn't get fried at all:D

The setup is in my Signature

I've Googled it a fair bit and the closest answer i got off Tom's was "TMPIN2 is a dead sensor, it's on the chip but not connected to anything. This is why you get the strange readouts"

The build is a week old with the cpu, motherboard and ram all brand new parts.

Just looking for more of a definative answer than the above qoute and hope you guys can help (well you always do:p)

Thanks!
 

Archer

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TMPIN2 is a not alive sensor, it's on the chip but not connected to something. This is why you get the funky readouts :p

Answer really wont get much better than that
 
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