* click on each picture in previous post to view full picture....Please note that my HDD settings belongs to SSD , not M.2 disk...maybe there are differences...
Thanks for you post.
The problem is we have all had (or at least I had) a perfectly working NUC for weeks/months until it broke.
If your box was 2 years old then I'd pay attention. Sadly I think you're just one whea error away from being like the rest of us!
I honestly think there's a design flaw with this current NUC and that we'll be seeing a v2 soon.
And 2 another settings: 1, disabled automatic drivers update from web 2, disabled WiFi network card (because I use only LAN conn)
Thank you Amy_Intel. Today I did real stress test. Here are some screenshots. I loaded CPU to 100% and tested temperatures. Also SSD was at 100% load for a while. I ran at the same time:
- 1 x .AVI
- 1 x .MKV
- YouTube video FHD
- Facebook fast scrolling
- some other web pages
- running AVG full scan
- opened Intel Extreme Graphics utility
- Excel with some calculated ********
- Easy CD Creator Business
- Adobe LightRoom - with importing big photos + small work with 1 photo (picture with my wife's eye :-) )
- downloading Quick Time installation
So all this ran at the same time. I measured temperature - max temp was 62.C which is really great. System was still surprisingly responsible for some clicks :-)
*click on each image to view full picture
right. also bios 33 has been pulled due to the numerous issues (it's now 36). I was also under the impression, the vast number of users having problems with the i5 version- is this not accurate?
Unless I'm mistaken, in this example, the UEFI was turned off and is booting into legacy mode, correct?
Yes, as shows 1st picture in this thread, I disabled UEFI boot as 1st thing. It was done on 0028 ver, after installing Win 10 I upgraded via .exe method to 033. I also used "Samsung power mode" in power options (installed with Samsung Magician sw) and modified it (don't trun off hdd, don't enter sleep mode, all USB allways ON and so on)
It's Intel Extreme Tuning Utility, available somewhere on Intel's website. You can see ther Overview of system, make Advanced Tuning (realyy NOT recommended!!!!), making stress test, benchmark. And there also on-line temperature measurement, you can configure that graph with many parameters you need to watch. I didn't changed anything through this utility, I only did stress test once, one benchmark and that's all.
Thanks. I decided that it's a tray utility which can run in on-screen mode. I used some in my Lenovo laptop to avoid overheating. It helped me a couple of times when windows updates failed to install but were permanently running in the background.
Unfortunately this utility cannot run in tray :-( It can run in minimized window. I believe that on web are some tray utilities for checking CPU temp and maybe FAN rpm too...I'll google...
So I found REAL TEMP soft. It cannot show fan speed in tray, but CPU1 and CPU2 temperatures yes. You can set there also alarm for MAX temp you define ;-) Maybe there are better programs... : Download Real Temp 3.70 | techPowerUp
Thank you for care. Actually, my current NUC doesn't heat much, so, it's not an immediate need. But I think such utility could help the guys with non-regular WHEA errors