I have the same problem. No sulution given yet. It obviously wrong resetting or reading of sensor, mostly after standby state. Fan speed also will be set to 120% so it is an internal problem, not connected to everest or speedfan. I you go to standby and wake, it disapeears (at least on my board).
Hope Intel guys will give an answer (BIOS update) soon.
I am also have the same problem with fan control and temperature readouts. I make a kind of home server and try to use it with only network connected.
Fan control do not wotk if I power on system without keybord and monitor connected. Latest BIOS installed.
Yup. Same problems.
I'm using it for a Windows Home Server. The BIOS reports temps either in the 70's or the 30's (Deg. C) within seconds of each reboot to the BIOS.
I'm also running a fan and I've tried pretty much all of the settings combinations but the temps. are reported differently between Core Temp, SIW and the BIOS. When I resume from standby the fan goes into hyperspeed (with the speed reported incorrectly low in SIW) and doesn't correct until a reboot. This happens no matter if BIOS is set to auto-control the fan speed or if the BIOS is set to a specific %age of max.
I'm on the latest BIOS published and hope something comes out soon to correct this.
When I cold boot, it goes to 69°C and stays there wth the fan running full bore. Fan will slow down on a reboot.
If I press F2 when I cold boot, enter bios, and then exit saving changes (even if I didn't change anything) the temp and corresponding fan speed gradually decrease as Win 7 boots.
Results are always the same no matter what I do.
Does anyone from intel actually read these or does this amount to little more than venting? Having to F2 everytime I start the computer is getting old.
Board updated to bios 0175 dated 03/08/10; all drivers current.
Update 3/23/10: At the recommendation of the Intel CSR, I RMA'd board to Newegg for replacement. Replacement board behaves exactly the same as RMA'd board.
Me too! From cold start, I frequently have to push the Power On button multiple times (system just briefly lights up the front-panel LEDs and quickly dies). When the thing actually comes to life, the BIOS presents me with a white-text-on-black-background message (paraphrasing here) "Your system has recovered from an over-temperature CPU event. Press any key to continue." Rather annoying...
I have the same problem which. When it is in this state the FAN also reports 0 RPM but is spinning at full speed. Clearly a BIOS issue please please can someone at Intel look into this.
http://communities.intel.com/message/87114#87114 thread in this topic is really funny. Look at and LOL.
There was a BIOS update beginning of March, I played in, no change.
Intel, please have a look and give some hints.
Same thing here...
It looks like the actual CPU temperature is devided by 2.....
Readoud is done in bios, (i did an update today).
The strange thing is that intel does not have any info on this issue !
same on my D510MO
Hope Intel will release some fix soon.
I wonder now if this means we just have bad motherboards and should be returning them rather then waiting around for Intel to acknowledge if this is a valid issue or not?
You raise a good point Mike. Returning one didn't help in my case, though. I've tried two board now and both give erroneous temperature readings and incorrectly control the fan. The replacement (which happens to have an earlier serial number) works better than the original, but it still has the temp. issues.
have you spoken with Intel Support about this issue? They’ve said something else then “replace your board”? Maybe we all should report them about the issue with pointing to this thread, especially those who had replaced they boards, and it hasn’t solved the problem?
I have exactly the same problem here on a brand new D510MO with the latest bios installed.
Intel clearly have a problem with their bios for this board and it is a shame that their support site points you to this forum where there have been no resonses by Intel on this thread :-(
I've upgraded BIOS to the latest MOPNV10J.86A. This bios make fan control function useless (fans keep spinning at about 6k RPM while temps from 40oC to 73oC). Soft reboot does not change anything L
Does someone else have noticed such behavior?