I understand you are having overheating issues in your computer.
Let me apologize for any inconvenience this issue may be causing to you.
In order to help you better I would like to gather more information about the configuration you have in the computer. Please attach to this thread the .txt file the Intel® System Support Utility will generate https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25293/Intel-System-Support-Utility
If possible run the following utility and attach to this thread the results https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/19792/Intel-Processor-Diagnostic-Tool
I would like you to try the troubleshooting steps that are suggested on this link https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/processors/000005776.html
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I have looked over all the components and everything is compact and working fine, but for some reason when playing games it ramps up the usage alot and goes to 85 is probably the highest temperature my cam softvare has detected and then shuts my computer down. I have understood that 90 degrees celius is normal for this cpu but the problem is that it is shutting my whole computer down as it reashes this temperature and that is a super big problem since I can not use my computer to play any games.
I also asked my friend who has the same cpu and motherboard and does not have the same problem and he just have a low grade cpu cooler and it gets warmer then mine but never gets the crash like me so there should not be any problem with the components competability since he has one fan in his case for all his airflow and it is from his cpu and I have 4 and the AIO for the cpu so mine should run mutch cooler than his and not crash but his is running hotter while not crashing so I have no idea if it is some problem with the cpu turning of to early or it being something faultiy with the cpu.
I suspect that your heatsink attachment or TIM application may be less than optimal (too much or too little can cause this kind of reaction). You also need to look at two things in your BIOS Settings:
- Check the fan speed control configuration and ensure that the CPU fan is reaching 100% at ~85c (or at your processor's Tcontrol temperature, which you can read from its MSR).
- Check whether your BIOS has parameters that cause system shutdown based upon the processor reaching some specific temperature.
Hope this helps,
I was wondering if you were able to try the troubleshooting steps were suggested .
Please let me know if issue persists or not.
I have had almost the same issue long ago with my Pentium D965 EE (Presler).
The CPU heated up very fast after boot and shut down before Windows could start (Through Bios max Temp. shutdown setting).
After searching for a long time (Everything seems to be correctly installed) I noticed that the CPU heat spreader was not correctly fitted on one corner and therefore not completely flat on the CPU.
After refitting + cleaning and re-applying the compound the problem was solved.
I was wondering if you still need assistance regarding the overheating issues you are having in your computer. In case you still need assistance just let me know.
I was checking your case for Fred and I would like to know if you need further assistance.
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