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I just recently built a comp and when trying to run prime 95 just to get an idea of temps under full load(Idle's around 40 C) the temps jump up into high 80's quick and computer actually freezes.

The Computer has not been tampered with yet as I am trying to get the stock cooling in check before oc'ing

specs are as follows:
Asus P8P67 Board with stock bios
Core I5-2500k @stock speeds
Coolermaster V6 Cooler
Coolermaster 200mm top Case fan
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Coolermaster Haf 912 Case
Coolermaster 700W power supply
MSI Twin Frozr II OC edition R6870 Graphics Card
1 LG Dual Layer Burner
8GB Kingston Hyper T1 Memory

please lmk what you guys think is wrong?
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post #2 of 15
Hi there.

Ok first of all i take it you have properly applied thermal paste in between the cpu and cooler ? sorry had to ask. Also what program are you getting your cpu temperatures from. If not doing so already please make sure to download "real temp" To measure temps.

Is the cpu voltage in the bios set to auto? if so what voltage is being supplied under load ? measure this with "cpuz"
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I put a thin coat over the entire cpu, I didn't mess with the bios at all so I'd assume it's set to auto, and I was using cpu id(hw monitor for temps)
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post #4 of 15
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just ran it again

voltage was .975 before stress test, then jumped to 1.296v
temps went from 40 to 90c
comp froze before test ran more than a minute

something's def not right what do you think I should do?
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Originally Posted by J2Fresh25 View Post
I put a thin coat over the entire cpu, I didn't mess with the bios at all so I'd assume it's set to auto, and I was using cpu id(hw monitor for temps)
It is not a good idea to spread the paste over the cpu, You should place either place a pea sized blob of paste onto the centre of the cpu so that the cooler will spread the paste thus reducing microscopic air bubbles which trap heat. You could also use the rice method once agin placing a very small rice sized lne of paste onto the centre of the cpu and letting the cooler spread it out to its shape.
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post #6 of 15
Re-install the CPU heatsink. You might have not installed it properly and probably this is causing the problem.
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post #7 of 15
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Originally Posted by J2Fresh25 View Post
just ran it again

voltage was .975 before stress test, then jumped to 1.296v
temps went from 40 to 90c
comp froze before test ran more than a minute

something's def not right what do you think I should do?
Download "realtemp" see if it is reading the same temps but make sure you uninstall hw monitor first.

Very strange indeed.

I see no reason for this apart from miss mounted cooler or paste or software issue
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post #8 of 15
what is the stock bios on the mobo? could be old, if so update the bios to 1502.

EDIT: make sure everything is on stock when you do that.
Edited by munaim1 - 5/25/11 at 2:46pm
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post #9 of 15
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it's bios 1502 according to CpuZ, ok so I will remove my cooler and re seat it hopefully that's the issue I was running real temp that time for temps...but I didn't remove hw monitor(also temps were roughly the same between both programs)
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post #10 of 15
Did you remove the existing TIM that is on the stock heatsink? Also I assume that you checked to make sure the heatsink fan is plugged in and turning.
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