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post #11 of 55
Quote:
Originally Posted by alive;13403239 
i have an AMD Phenom II x3 720 2.80GHz and 2x2GB DDR3 ram 9-9-9-24 up
to 1800MHz and i have test them at 7-7-7-19 1333 MHz.... from the
first time i bought my pc, i have this problem:the cpu temperature
stuck 80C, any program i tried, show the same temperature, but in
bios the temp is normal about 32-37C!!! Suddenly, sometimes my pc
appears blue screen, and restart by itself! What is the problem?
thanks for reading!!!

Please tell us which programs you've tried specifically to check your temps.
    
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post #12 of 55
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Bobicon;13414793 
By any chance did you write down the error code when you received the BSOD?

I don't know what you mean, but no.. i don't write anything!!!
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post #13 of 55
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Am*;13414824 
Please tell us which programs you've tried specifically to check your temps.

I've tried : CPUID HWMonitor,PC Wizard 2010,Core Temp,EVEREST Ultimate Edition,SpeedFan...

Also i have them now!!!
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post #14 of 55
Do this so you can grab it next time you get a BSOD.

Control Panel -> System -> Advanced -> in Startup and Recovery box, click Settings.
Clear the Automatically restart check box.
OK.
Next time it BSOD's, it will not auto restart so you can write the error code down which below is circled for what you are looking for. Also don't forget to post it here because it is hard to help when we don't know as to what you are having problems with.

vboxbsodblog.png

Also you can check on this site as to what the error code you wrote down means and to why you are getting it.

http://www.aumha.org/a/stop.php#0x9c
Edited by Bobicon - 5/7/11 at 3:36am
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post #15 of 55
Quote:
Originally Posted by alive;13414861 
I've tried : CPUID HWMonitor,PC Wizard 2010,Core Temp,EVEREST Ultimate Edition,SpeedFan...

Also i have them now!!!

Hmm that is odd.

By any chance, did you disable/change anything in the BIOS recently? Like any power-related features?

And can you please upload a screenshot of what it says in HWMonitor?
    
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post #16 of 55
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bobicon;13414872 
Do this so you can grab it next time you get a BSOD.

Control Panel -> System -> Advanced -> in Startup and Recovery box, click Settings.
Clear the Automatically restart check box.
OK.
Next time it BSOD's, it will not auto restart so you can write the error code down which below is circled for what you are looking for. Also don't forget to post it here because it is hard to help when we don't know as to what you are having problems with.

vboxbsodblog.png

Also you can check on this site as to what the error code you wrote down means and to why you are getting it.

http://www.aumha.org/a/stop.php#0x9c

OK.. i'll try it !!! thanks!!!
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post #17 of 55
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Am*;13414874 
Hmm that is odd.

By any chance, did you disable/change anything in the BIOS recently? Like any power-related features?

And can you please upload a screenshot of what it says in HWMonitor?


OK.. look .. when i had bought my new hardware for pc, the only thing i have take from my previous was my GTX260 and hard disc, but now have an other for windows!!!

when i complete fixing my pc and i still have it is like was in the first time, i didn't change anything in bios for a long time about 1 year!!! One month ago i tried overclock it to see if it make any change but nothing!!! also, i tried overclocked with water cool and of course i saw difference!!!

Now my bios is stock !!!
Edited by alive - 5/10/11 at 1:46am
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post #18 of 55
Thread Starter 
soory , how to upload foto?
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post #19 of 55
Clear your CMOS, then change your CPU voltage to 1.35v and see if that fixes it.

To clear your CMOS just unplug the battery on the motherboard.

Also don't forget to check to see if temps are stable in Prime95 at 1.35v because I believe 1.325v is stock for the 720BE.
Edited by Bobicon - 5/7/11 at 10:43am
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MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Asus VH238H Logitech G510 HALE90 750W NZXT Phantom Black 
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post #20 of 55
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bobicon;13418030 
Clear your CMOS, then change your CPU voltage to 1.35v and see if that fixes it.

To clear your CMOS just unplug the battery on the motherboard.

Also don't forget to check to see if temps are stable in Prime95 at 1.35v because I believe 1.325v is stock for the 720BE.

i have already done it !! But nothing!!!

And yes, stock is 1.325!!

In my bios everything is ayto!!!
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