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CPU OVERHEATING


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#1 Steven_jp

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 02:50 AM

My i7-2600k has been overheating like mad. In-game on bf3 and others games I get about 86c. This was before with the stock cooler and after with my h60 I just bought. Idle is about 25c - 35c. The motherboard I have is the p8p67 evo and it automatically was set with 43x multiplier and auto for the vcore which rarely passes 1.3v I believe. Everything Seems to be seated correctly, I believe something in my bios might be incorrect which is giving me these temperatures? At 4.4ghz I shouldn't be getting these temps.

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#2 Steven_jp

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 03:48 AM

Just reseated it.. Goes to show you Stuff like that really does help lol. Running prime95 at 4.4ghz. Max temp i've seen is 62c for the last 10min and its generally around 57c. I hope everyone learns from my mistake. =]

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Posted 17 February 2012 - 11:44 AM

Thanks for posting a situation and solution...that may help fellow members. Happy computing :).

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