CPU temperature detectionCooling detects CPU temperatures and uses a proprietary algorithm to calculate the lowest fan speed required to effectively cool the system and keep fan noise down.
stable system loads, the software then automatically lowers fan* speed to the optimal setting, decreasing fan noise without compromising performance.
*Fans need to be connected to the following headers for AI Cooling control: CPU_FAN / CPU_OPT / CHA_FAN / M.2_FAN / H_AMP / RAD_FAN
Ongoing monitoringAI Cooling continues to monitor the system and adjust fan speed based on current load.
However those who have done it say it drops CPU/GPU temps by 5-10°C: remove the vent covers that ASUS (in an odd engineering decision) blocked with plastic papers. ASUS says it improves airflow to other parts of the system, but many people (myself included) are skeptical about that claim.
- As you can see, I have an Intel Core i7-8700K processor, which is a six-core CPU. Core Temp shows you what the individual temperature is on each one of those six-cores. At the time of taking this screen shot you can see that my processor’s cores are running at an average of about 31-degrees Celsius.
- So I was looking at my computer temps in Asus AI Suite 3 and I noticed that there are three different readings: CPU, Motherboard, and CPU Package. Generally when my CPU temp is elevated, the Package temp is 10-15° C higher.
Cpu Over Temperature Asus Motherboard
Cpu And Gpu Temp Monitor
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