American megatrends cpu over temperature error

My computer system will shut off or crash without BSOD and also boot right into the bios saying "CPU over temperature error". I hit F1 to go into BIOS and it reflects a temp of 60 C. Previously, as soon as I initially developed the PC, I had actually used too little thermal compound and was obtaining 88 C temps but via it reused twice currently in the bios the CPU just sits roughly 60 C or if I had just been gaming it sits roughly 68 C. The CPU is never before under more than 60% pack and this keeps happening.

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OS: Windows 10 64bit

CPU: 7700k w/ Arctic Silver making use of ASUS TPU II goes as much as 4.8-4.9ghz

Cooler: Corsair H100i v2

RAM: HyperX Predator DDR4 3200MHz

GPU: ASUS GTX 1080 STRIX

PSU: Corsair AX760

 

 


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Member · 109 articles 109 postsLocation: England
Posted March 10, 2017

You might have actually damaged your CPU, but someone else might be able to tell you otherwise


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3 minutes earlier, Benb96 said:

You may have damaged your CPU, however someone else might be able to tell you otherwise


it runs for hrs on finish but then occasionally crashes seemingly at random.


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Posted March 10, 2017
Just currently, stewieeeeeeeeee said:

it runs for hrs on finish yet then sometimes crashes seemingly at random.


Downpack HWinfo and have it open up at startup and also make certain the logs are running. Then when it happens aget, see if tright here is anything weird!

 

See just how close you are getting to your TJ max temperature


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3 minutes earlier, Benb96 said:

Downpack HWinformation and have actually it open at startup and make sure the logs are running. Then as soon as it happens aacquire, watch if tbelow is anything weird!

 

See how cshed you are acquiring to your TJ max temperature


http://imgur.com/a/lQUpy among the cores says max 96 C however looking at various other columns that doesnt seem to be the current temp correct?


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Posted March 10, 2017

Are you overclocked? If so what are your settings? 

Also rerelocate the overclock and check out if issue still occurs


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Just currently, Benb96 said:

Are you overclocked? If so what are your settings? 

Also remove the overclock and see if issue still occurs


I must have put that in my write-up I forgot. I simply have actually it running on ASUS TPU II and it goes as much as 4.8 ish


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Posted March 10, 2017
2 minutes ago, stewieeeeeeeeee said:

http://imgur.com/a/lQUpy among the cores says max 96 C however looking at various other columns that doesnt seem to be the existing temp correct?


Your Core 2 distance to TJ max is just 4"C (the very same core that says max 96"C). Hence if your core 2 rises 4"C I assume that"s your issue


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1 minute back, Benb96 said:

Your Core 2 distance to TJ max is only 4"C (the exact same core that says max 96"C). Hence if your core 2 rises 4"C I assume that"s your issue


so is my CPU busted or should i simply remove the overclock?


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Posted March 10, 2017

4.8V? if thats the case your close to insta death!

 

Turn off your PC currently and readjust the BIOS settings. You more than likely have AUTO voltage collection, which constantly uses method to a lot voltage. Watch an overclocking video and read some guides to work out how to execute it properly. 

 

Tbelow are NO shortcuts when it concerns overclocking, it simply takes time. ONLY change one point at a time as soon as overclocking then you have the right to recognize what the cause of the difficulty is.


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1 minute ago, stewieeeeeeeeee said:

so is my CPU busted or must i just remove the overclock?


No your CPU isn"t busted, yet! If you store running it prefer that it will be soon


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Just now, Benb96 said:

4.8V? if thats the case your close to insta death!

 

Turn off your COMPUTER currently and also adjust the BIOS settings. You most likely have AUTO voltage collection, which constantly applies method to much voltage. Watch an overclocking video and also read some guides to work out just how to carry out it effectively. 

 

Tright here are NO shortcuts when it concerns overclocking, it just takes time. ONLY readjust one thing at a time once overclocking then you deserve to recognize what the reason of the trouble is.


4.8ghz?


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Posted March 10, 2017

Sorry I didn"t check out your article correctly. I thought you said 1.48!

 

You need to still go and perform some research as the difficulty is via the Auto overclock.


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19 minutes earlier, Benb96 said:

Sorry I didn"t check out your write-up appropriately. I assumed you said 1.48!

 

You have to still go and perform some research study as the difficulty is via the Auto overclock.


I turned off everything and was just looking at HWdetails and if I simply open/cshed chrome it shoots all cores to approximately 90 C temporarily then they go ago down. Is that normal?


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Posted March 10, 2017

No that is not normal at all. What CPU execute you have? Go to your BIOS and also collection the CPU to the box clock rate (i.e. I have a 6700k so I"d Set it to 4GHz) then collection the voltage to around 1.35V (Manual) and also check out if it still happens.


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8 minutes ago, Benb96 said:

No that is not normal at all. What CPU carry out you have? Go to your BIOS and also set the CPU to package clock speed (i.e. I have a 6700k so I"d Set it to 4GHz) then collection the voltage to around 1.35V (Manual) and view if it still happens.


7700k simply collection it to 4.2GHz and also voltage is at 1.2V. I"ll run it at this all day and also check out if it happens. Thanks for your help!

 


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24 minutes earlier, stewieeeeeeeeee said:

7700k just collection it to 4.2GHz and also voltage is at 1.2V. I"ll run it at this all day and view if it happens. Thanks for your help!

 


My guess is that the heatsink is not put correctly. You require equal press all about the cpu, as the warmth is spreview through the steel from the heatsink touching the cpu, and then air is coolin the steel of the heatsink, and so on....

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If you view 60c in the bios, it is 100% sure the heatsink is not correctly placed. Also the reality that your computer shut down and also gives you that error message, it implies your CPU is over heating and also then ur computer stays clear of damage. Take off the heatsink, wash the thermal paste through alchool, dry, then re-apply thermal paste, replace heatsink correctly. theres video on youtube on how to perform this, likewise you deserve to search through ur heatsink model

 

Normally, you must see somepoint about 30c in your bios.

 

It is either : heatsink not placed appropriately, thermal paste incorrectly applyd, somepoint favor that this is what I think at first, verify this.

 

Sorry for bad english and syntax


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1 hour back, smokefest said:

My guess is that the heatsink is not put correctly. You need equal pressure all about the cpu, as the heat is spreview with the metal from the heatsink poignant the cpu, and also then air is coolin the steel of the heatsink, and so on....

 

If you view 60c in the bios, it is 100% sure the heatsink is not properly placed. Also the truth that your computer shut down and provides you that error message, it indicates your CPU is over heating and also then ur computer system prevents damage. Take off the heatsink, wash the thermal paste via alchool, dry, then re-apply thermal paste, replace heatsink appropriately. theres video on youtube on just how to carry out this, likewise you have the right to search via ur heatsink model

 

Typically, you must watch something around 30c in your bios.

 

It is either : heatsink not inserted effectively, thermal paste mistakenly applyd, something prefer that this is what I think at first, verify this.

 

Sorry for poor english and also syntax


simply saw this post as I reattached my heatsink.

 

the difficulty was the H100i v2 mounting system was so shit that in order to tighten the standoffs for the heatsink to the correct tightness I had actually to usage a wrench.....

 

temps looking a lot better now, many thanks for the help!


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