PCH Die at 127 Celsius ??? 10.9 Gigabyte B75M-D3H

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  1. whitesaab

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    Nov 4, 2013 #1
    whitesaab

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    After installing the HW Monitor on my 10.9 built I noticed that the PCH Die temperature is far to high on computer idle or load it stays at 127 Degrees Celsius. The main board is brand new....is it possible that some sort of kext miss installment leads to this temperature reading?
     

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    Nov 4, 2013 #2
    whitesaab

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    PLUS, I need to mention that the CPU Frequencies change between 1.58 GHz and 3.27 GHZ
     
  3. olemno

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    I have the same issue with new build on a Gigabyte GA-Z87M-D3H board. The PCH temperature is stuck on 127 while all other temps are below 30. It must be a bug, but if anyone knows how to fix it that would be great!
     
  4. firahs

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    Nov 23, 2013 #4
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    I get the same reading on my m-ITX GA-Z87 system. 127C, must be some sort of bug since a lot of people get the exact same temp.
     
  5. seizmos

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    Same issue on H87M-D3H and B85M-D3H..both mbd have 10.9 mav and hwmonitor 6.0.1000 latest version.
    http://prntscr.com/288cda
     
  6. hellishhk117

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    I am getting this too, however it is in both Windows 7 and 10.9. I am using the Z87M-D3H. This build is for my mother-in-law, and I need to get this fixed. Any news on what causes this?
     
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    I have H87M-D3h. HWmonitor says PCH DIE 127 C. But it looks like my system is working o.K.
    Is this bad for my system? Anybody knows how to fix the issue?
     
  8. Randys

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    Feb 23, 2014 #8
    Randys

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    Same thing here. Just set up a hack with h67n board and pch die is in red and holding at 127 degrees. Everything else looks fine.
     
  9. Apfelring

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    To see if it is a motherboard issue boot into mac and verifiy that the temperature is displayed at 127°C and then reboot into bios. Not exactly where or even wether or not there is a cpu temperature display in bios but it would be nice to know if the board reads it wrong or if there is a problem between the os and the sensor.
     
  10. man0072

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    Same problem here on GA-H87n-WIFI. PCH Die is stuck on 127. Anyone found a fix yet?
     

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