Windows 10: BSOD - Gaming Blizzard titles - WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR

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  1.    06 Jan 2017 #11

    Update : Using Speedfan I could see that there is a temp 2 that is sitting at consistently 127C.

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    Googling some more some people claim it could be the Northbridge temp? Do you think this has a part to play in these bsods?

    Quite interesting...
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  2.    06 Jan 2017 #12

    This is a known bug/anomoly in speedfan.

    In Hardware Monitor, if Aux is being read from an unassigned input, then just ignore it. In SpeedFan, Aux can simply be disabled, and therefore ignored. My Aux temperature is currently 17c, which isn't possible, since ambient is 25c. I've seen it vary from -19c to 127c, which means it's an unassigned input from the super I/O (Input/Output) chip on the motherboard. It's a common anomoly.
    from the faq from speedfan
    To find your CPU's temperature sensor you can leave your system idle for a few minutes, to let temperatures drop, and then go to 100% usage for a while. The temperature that rises faster is the one you're searching for. Other available temperature readings usually come from your sensor chip itself, from the southbridge, the voltage regulator, or even from an additional probe placed under the processor. This additional temperature sensor is not necessarily a duplicate. Some CPUs are not actually able to report the internal temperature from their die. To be able to read their temperatures, an additional external sensor (thermocouple) is used. In such cases, you will see two temperatures referring to the processor. The higher of the two is from the die. As a final note, please remember that not all available temperature sensors are actually connected to something. If you happen to read unusually high or low temps, they are likely to be from a disconnected (unused) temperature sensor.
    See this What is Temp 2 in Speed-fan? (127 C) - Air Cooling - Linus Tech Tips

    My temperature of aux are always around 116C.
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  3.    10 Jan 2017 #13

    Alrighty, So I just now have to try the different GPU. Gotta get the time. Thanks for your help so far mate, Ill be back in a few days to sort through next steps!
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