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Computer Crash during gaming


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#1 deschamin

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Posted 24 April 2014 - 05:58 PM

My PC works fine, but will crash completely (no message) and the fans will go ballistic, which usually means a heat issue.  I don't understand why 3 of my temps are reading over 100C on my motherboard.  I have a mini-itx motherboard.  The temps on my CPU never get even remotely high and I have it watercooled with a NZXT Kraken X40.  I have run GPU stress tests at 100% load for 15 mins and reached 80C at the highest (but no crash).  However I believe that it is those 3 motherboard temps that might be causing the crash.  Anyone know how to figure out where those might be located on my motherboard?

 

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Intel 2500k

8gb RAM

Asus P8Z77I-Deluxe/WD

Asus GTX 780 ti

2 250GB SSDs


Edited by hamluis, 25 April 2014 - 06:29 AM.
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#2 JacobHall

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Posted 27 April 2014 - 06:15 AM

I have no idea why but for your CPU at stock speeds your vcore should be sitting at around 1.2v. From your screenshot, it shows your CPU is not idle so I don't understand why your vcore is so low.

 

Also, probably would be best if you checked your temps within the BIOS. For example; my HWMonitor says my motherboard is operating at 128c, if thta was the case I don't think I would have a motherboard!

 

How many fans do you have hooked up, also what is the model of your PSU?






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