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Have no idea what are you talking about, what is TIM?
The cooler CPU has is "Albine Pro 7 AC"
games are working fine so maybe I didn't fry my CPU yet?
TIM = Thermal Interface Material, better known as thermal paste.

I'd advice you to turn off your PC, you haven't fried it yet, but it will die at such temps. TIM is supposed to be pre-applied for your heatsink, but judging from your temps, you've either removed it or never had any.
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Have no idea what are you talking about, what is TIM?
The cooler CPU has is "Albine Pro 7 AC"
games are working fine so maybe I didn't fry my CPU yet?
TIM is what conducts heat from your CPU to your heatsink.

BTW thats Arctic Cooling Alpine 7 Pro....a very cheap heatsink to be sure
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TIM is thermal paste, it's needed to aid the conduction of heat from the CPU, to the base of the heatsink.

Those temperatures are not safe, turn off your PC, remount the cooler with new TIM, and go back to stock. That cooler looks no better, if not worse, than a stock cooler, and isn't safe to overclock on.
    
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The white cream you put on the CPU? I did put some on it and I didn't reduce the multiplier to 6.. I have no idea what the heck is going on
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The white cream you put on the CPU? I did put some on it and I didn't reduce the multiplier to 6.. I have no idea what the heck is going on
Yes, the "cream". How much did you use?
Your CPU is so hot that it's trying to lower clocks to get cooler.

If you don't know what TIM or throttling is then I'd question your ability to OC safely.
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White or silver?

Remount that heatsink and try again.
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The white cream you put on the CPU? I did put some on it and I didn't reduce the multiplier to 6.. I have no idea what the heck is going on
You need to go into the BIOS and reset everything to fail-safe settings. Otherwise you're going to fry that Q9400 very quickly.
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The white cream you put on the CPU? I did put some on it and I didn't reduce the multiplier to 6.. I have no idea what the heck is going on
you want a pea-size amount on the cpu... how much did you put on it?
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woooow .. :/ .. hop your mobo and chip is OK ..
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post #20 of 67
Creamy white finishing sauce? Your cpu is crying inside from all this neglect shame on you sir!
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