I will upload the SSU report tonight, meanwhile i have a question: afaik the cpu stock core voltage is 1.2 V, right? i checked the Asrock Z270 Extreme4 and seems it has a small extra power output, like in bios the cpu get 1,220V. I tried to give a fixed 1,2V, but the Prime95 test failed after a min, then the windows 10 got crashed. How it can be possible? Why not runing the CPU at fixed 1,2V?
I also not really understanding why get more voltage the cpu on max load. HWMonitor says (while Prime95 runing) the core voltage is 1,312V and can be max at 1,328V. It's the default settings, no OC.
No problem at all, you can upload the SSU when you get the chance.
Actually the voltage on the processor fluctuates and the range goes from 0.55 to 1.52, so as long as the voltage maintains that range, the processor should be working fine, on the following link you will be able to confirm that information, page 114:
Any questions, please let me know.
We are really working on this. As Alberto mentioned before, we are investigating and paying attention to this issue.
We will provide more updates soon.
Good to hear that! I have my temps constantly right in front of me on my Logitech G15 (Cpu + Gpu). Never seen such behaviour.
For example: Yesterday i was watching a movie gpu load constantly 10% while staying between 24-26c.
The Cpu on the other hand (i7 7700k) freaks me out! Every second it refreshes the temperatures.
Second 1: 36c
Second 2: 54c
Second 3: 44c
Second 4: 28c
Second 5: 39c.
I have no idea what the cpu is doing... like i said before, it behaves like it is on drugs.
don't worry, we are all here for the same issues.
NO OC, nothing on background, just click even on desktop, makes cpu run to 100% randomly with high temp spike..
As i have said in one of my post: it could be bios related voltage issues, I'm pretty sure.
Note: Deliding the CPU nor the best Watercooling System does not help, i have a modified Waterchiller that allows me to drop temperatures to -8c, i ran my CPU at -1c and there was some spikes.
First time here!
Been having the same issues with my i7 7700k.
Everything is new, Asus Z270m -prime, i7 7700k, 32GB DDR4 2400, Gigabyte windforce OC GTX 1060, PSU 650wVS series corssair.
Idle temperatures - 21ºC / 22ºC
Spikes reaching 70 to 75ºC
Running stress test - Reaches 82 / 83º
Core nº 2 reaches temperatures a little bit higher than the other 3
Normal tasks as opening browser or any other program makes temps go up almost to 60ºC and come back down again very quickly.
Case temperature - 17º
GPU dosent go above 60ºC.
I kind of fear for the lifespan of the CPU. I know it´s ok if it works under 80º but I simply cant keep watching teperatures data every time I use the PC. I feel unconfortable gamig or rendering audio or video thinking that at any time the CPU could be overheating.
Please, let us know asap a solution to this issue.
Thank you in advance.
I'm having the same issue with 7700k. Everything is new in my build:
Z270 MSI Tomahawk
Seasonic G Series 650W
Corsair H100i v2
Idle temp: 30-32 (depeding on the core with spikes of 51-53 depeding on the core), full load Cinebench (65-71) , prime95 (71-74) and FFT's (88-91 - I stopped it), gaming (Wow - 55-60 with temp spikes 68-71 depeding on the core, CS GO 79-81 with spikes of 88-91). Before Corsair H100i vs2 , I had Scythe Ninja 4 (reapplied like 3 times with different thermal paste)..so the problem is not the cooling solution. In the next second there are always temp spikes...I tried the last BIOS offered from MSI's support team via ftp, but this didn't resolve my issue....
I have an i7-7700(non-k),asus b250m-a prime motherboard and have exactly the same issues.Random CPU temperature spikes when idling and when doing small tasks like opening the browser or a program.The temperature sits at a normal 31 degrees in BIOS.when idling in windows core temperatures are chaotic...for example core 0 spikes to 50 degrees then goes back to a normal 32 degree temperature,then core 2 goes up to 49 degrees and after 1 second goes back down to 32 degrees.And so on...
Well this escalated quickly...