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    My mobo is the DG31PR one. The temp starts from 55-58c after the boot. Then it keeps increasing until it reaches 70c+ and never get under 68c again. I had an 80mm rear fan before. Then bought two 120mm and connected them. Each of the new fans individually has double airflow than the previous one. It has helped the hdd temp a lot but not the mobo. I also tried the system running by the case opened.So, with my poor knowledge, I believe that the airflow is not the problem. Atleast not the only problem. Today I've checked the cpu thermal compound and reapplied paste. It helped the cpu temp only. So now, I'm here for your suggestions. Thanks for keeping interest in this thread.

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    the cpu fan is probably not working..if that is the case, try to change the thermal paste between the processor and the heat-sink...that should work. AND if the problem persists, change the fan.
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    What is the present rpm of your processor cooler.Make sure that the heat sink of the cooler is attaced properly with the back of the processor and there is no gap between them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rajmi View Post
    the cpu fan is probably not working..if that is the case, try to change the thermal paste between the processor and the heat-sink...that should work. AND if the problem persists, change the fan.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    What is the present rpm of your processor cooler.Make sure that the heat sink of the cooler is attaced properly with the back of the processor and there is no gap between them.
    cpu temp @ idle=32c, @ load=78(stressed with prime95 and monitored by hwmonitor and speedfan). Hard reset khelar time max cpu temp 65 cilo.cpu fan speed @ idle= 815~890, @ load=1600~1800. Gotokalkei cpu fan r heatsink khule clean korsi and thermal paste reapply korsi. Heatsink r cpu adjacent ache mone hoe, karon heatsink ta ekdom tight hoe bose gese.Mobo temp(SYSTIN) onk ageh thekei high. Cpu re-assemble korar por systin majhe moddhe 68-69c hoe, ageh jekhane 70c er niche namtona. Bujtasina r ki kora jae.
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    @Darkwave The mobo temperature is starting from 40-41° and quickly it is reaching to 70-71°c but your cpu temp is ok.If this is the case then there is no need to worry.It is a common problem with intel dg31 mobo.Many people have faced this problem.The heat sesors of that mobo are not calculating the temperature correctly.I think you are running a old bios.A bios update of your mobo will surely solve your problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    @Darkwave The mobo temperature is starting from 40-41° and quickly it is reaching to 70-71°c but your cpu temp is ok.If this is the case then there is no need to worry.It is a common problem with intel dg31 mobo.Many people have faced this problem.The heat sesors of that mobo are not calculating the temperature correctly.I think you are running a old bios.A bios update of your mobo will surely solve your problem.
    I've come to the same decision finally. It's just a faulty sensor. A lot of people got rid of this problem by updating the bios. I tried the latest bios update. But it didn't help me at all. By the way, thanks for your cooperations. @Rajmi and @Sunshine .

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