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Hi evrybody,

Firsty, let's thank you for your help.

Otherwise, i'm going to explain the problem : one day i had a blue screen. Since this day, blue screen prevents me of using my computer. (kind of error blue screen: clock_timeout_out ; critical process error, etc ...)

Since the beginning i thought it was a problem of processor or graphic card. Then i run multiple test in order test them. Nothing wrong. I got a Corsair hydro watercooling, always with green colors (seems to be good)

I took a look at each sensor temperature of my computer and one seems to be the problem of my computer.

If you take a look at the screen below, you can see max high temp for TMPIN4.

This one rushs very easily 70°C and is able to crash the computer after this temperature.

Moreover, the first hour, my computer runs smoothly but after this, blue screens will pop up faster and faster.

 

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So i'm thinking the problem is an hardware problem inside the motherboard ? Am i wrong ?

 

I'm not the best in english and hope you understood me. If you get some understanding comprehension, ask me some questions. Imma thank you one more time in advance.

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Well, what we'd first need to determine is what TMPIN4 actually measuring. You may be able to determine that with tools that Asus provides to read the sensors - or, perhaps, you can post on the Asus forum to see if anyone has any insight into it. I suspect that it may be VRM temperature - but the VRMs really shouldn't be unstable at 70C. But it's definitely a motherboard temp sensor and related to the motherboard.
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DevBiker,

 

Thank you for trying to help me. First i took a look on asus official website. Impossible to find a tool in order to read TMPINx sensors. I'm going to post something on asus forum in order to have more details.

 

I have a new fact to add : It looks like TMPIN4 has a link with my graphic card or the processor. When a software uses the graphic card or the processor, TMPIN4 decreases to 46°C, like a compensation with the motherboard.

 

2nd fact : When i launch the computer at the morning after a long night of sleep. TMPIN4 is about 40°C. During 30 minutes / 1 hour, this one increases until 70°C. At this time, i should not use several programs, the crash will occur faster.

 

I hope it will help you.

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