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#31\2016-06-24 06:56

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Ahh!
Ok! :)
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i dont know where to get one but maybe use seek thermal??

i know your CPU gets hot..but if you use this what else gets warm..
and maybe buy an extra cooling fan there!! :D

or use liquid cooling??
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i don't get it why is your cpu running hot ?





when i play FL4 it uses 70 percent of CPU in high performance and CPU heat is worm.

and as you can see fans go from 1300 rpm to 1800 1900 that's the way its spouse to work ?


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If the BIOS says temp is fine and cooler is cool to touch, but other programs say its really hot then I doubt its what I'm thinking but......

How long ago did you build this pc and how long have you had this waterblock for the CPU? The CPU block probably has some sort of small tunnels in it that might be blocked. Also is the CPU the only thing on the cooling loop?

here is a pc I had to work on just at the end of last year(its a display pc for the college here). The fluid wasn't replaced any in this pc, just topped off when needed till it started getting hot and shutting down cause CPU wasn't getting cooled.
As you can see here how they were blocked off so the CPU couldn't get fluid to keep it cool, but the Radiator did stay cool.
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2016-06-24 12:55#268569 StreetKeningston : i dont know where to get one but maybe use seek thermal??

i know your CPU gets hot..but if you use this what else gets warm..
and maybe buy an extra cooling fan there!! :D

or use liquid cooling??

I have enough fans & it's liquid cooled.

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2016-06-24 19:32#268598 Badoyz : If the BIOS says temp is fine and cooler is cool to touch, but other programs say its really hot then I doubt its what I'm thinking but......

How long ago did you build this pc and how long have you had this waterblock for the CPU? The CPU block probably has some sort of small tunnels in it that might be blocked. Also is the CPU the only thing on the cooling loop?

here is a pc I had to work on just at the end of last year(its a display pc for the college here). The fluid wasn't replaced any in this pc, just topped off when needed till it started getting hot and shutting down cause CPU wasn't getting cooled.
As you can see here how they were blocked off so the CPU couldn't get fluid to keep it cool, but the Radiator did stay cool.


It was built about two weeks ago.

Yes it's the only thing in the loop

It has never turned it self of due to high temps.

It also does not seem to be thermal throttling because it will happily render/export tracks with 100 to 1000's of objects without trouble.

I have decided to just believe what the gigabyte software tells me and pass speccy & some other software of as not being able to correctly know my temperature for the cpu.



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#36\2016-06-24 22:37

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Yeah, I don't blame you.
I would keep an eye on your computer for a while, just to make sure it does not turn into a fireball. :))
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gigabyte software looks more correct then speccy .

speccy 70 no way jose.

gigabyte 40 this is correct cus its your motherboard software.


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