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First thing to do is to:
Update the Bios to the latest one Version 0117 using the recovery mode:
2) Where are you reading the temperature from?
3) Are you using any tools? If yes which one
After the BIOS Update, try to read the temperature from the BIOS.
a) Advanced >> Hardware Configuration
ProcHot must be negative. Note ProcHot was present for new desktop board, you may not have this features.
For example, if the temperature is -21C, this means that it is still ok, as you have 21 more degrees to go for it to be critical.
b) Use the tools from Intel to read the temperature
Note: This cpu can go up to 74.1C (even 5c more i will say).
If you have temperature higher than 75C using the Intel Desktop Utilities, then it can be due to any of these:
a) bad integration
b) PSU not ATXv2.2
c) Chassis is not TAC (Thermally Advantage Chassis)
Try different bios version
Test the system out of the chassis.
Check fan connections
Hope this may help you.
thank you for answer me, i already installed the last bios update (0117) and
i am reading the temperature directly from the MB setup, the ProcHot
feature is not available in my MB setup.
the major problem is the system doesn´t ¨wake up¨ when restarted
when i use an E2200 Pentium Dual Core processor there is no problem.
thank you again for your help and i will gladly follow any other tip you
can offer me..
my best regards,
I have the same issue. Intel is either ignoring the problem or they just don't care to fix it. This happens with any 45nm processor. The the individual cores report the correct temperature, but the CPU temperature is always reported at 102 upon bootup. I bet you also can't do a restart and you have to power off everytime you quit your OS, am I right? It doesn't even restart just getting in and out of the BIOS before even loading the OS.