I have the i7-920 cpu running on DX58SO Intel motherboard. I have the following problem for the second time.
I am running windows xp sp2 and i have intel desktop control center (last version) installed, when i go to check the cpu temperature it shows 127triangleT, whitch mean no temperature because the black arrow is on the beginning of the green and not the red.
when i go to the bios i see the temperature of the cpu 0c...........
my pc is fine i don't see any problem with the heat
cpu voltage regulator temperature 40c
fans are all running fine, by the way this happened to me twice, 1 on the original bios and now on the updated bios so i don't think it's from the bios.
also if it's the cpu connector fan how it could be that it happened before...than worked normal than happening now?
so i really don't know where is the problem..is it from IDCC (intel desktop control center)?
I would like to have some answers especially from the intel forum
I was using this system without any problem like what you had.
I would advise you to try to these steps again.
Do a cmos clear on the board
Install the latest bios using either Recovery Method or F7 method
Then uninstall the IDCC completely using software like YourUninstaller.
Reinstall the new one downloaded from the website.
Install this software to check as well:
If you still have the same problem, contact the IDCC support team and send them the IDCC log.
please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and attach the following file:
C:\PROGRAM FILES\INTEL\INTEL(R) DESKTOP CONTROL CENTER\LOGS\IDCC.LOG
(for 32-bit OS)
C:\PROGRAM FILES(x86)\INTEL\INTEL(R) DESKTOP CONTROL CENTER\LOGS\IDCC.LOG
(for 64-bit OS)
and include a screen shot of the error message.
All the best,
I am experiencing the exact same problem; no CPU temperature read in BIOS or Intel Desktop Control Center. I noticed it after a minor error while updating BIOS from 3044 to 4014 in the last 24 hours.
I doubt seriously that it has anything to do with the IDCC software because BIOS isn't getting a temp reading either. My CPU fan, however, is running very fast at 2000 to ~2450 RPMs - it was this excessive noise that prompted me to look into the issue. I lowered my memory speed and opened up my case to get the CPU fan to slow down to ~1800 RPMs...thinking that even though I'm not getting a temperature reading, the fan spinning at max is telling me the CPU is running hot.
I downgraded my BIOS and even tried a few steps in between, but still no CPU temp is registering. At this point, I'm back to the latest BIOS and looking for any ideas and will eventually try a CMOS wipe...
DX58SO - BIOS 4014
i7 920 2.66GHz
Windows Vista 64 Home Premium SP1
6GB RAM - Corsair Dominator (3x2GB) DDR 1600
Does it make a difference installing the bios with these 2 methods (recovery or f7)? because i installed the last bios before from windows.
also i have all my programs and 3 windows set up and working fine, does updating the bios will have any effect on the windows or the programs?
I have the same problem as others with the 920 and DX58SO MB. IDCC reports CPU temp at 127 triangle T and fans are running full speed. I reset the cmos and then things worked fine for about a day and then it's back. I tried resetting the CMOS multiple times and still after a day the problem is back. I ran "core temp" and the processors are all running at about 45 degrees C. So the thermal senors must be working and communication to the sensors must be working. I assume the thermal sensors are internal to the CPU. Either Intel has a BIOS bug or IDCC doesn't work. I am at the latest version of BIOS 4158 and the latest version of IDCC 22.214.171.1242 Has anyone really figured this problem out. I am running vista 64
Have some problem, clear cmos or update bios (from 2786 to 4196) do not solve the problem, all 9 moths i know only one solution for this ... problem: hard restart when post do not finishing (ctrl+alt+del) once or reboot machine after os is loading, for me its always helping, if pc staying again 8 hours or more in offline (full off) i see this problem again!