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post #21 of 41
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Jeeze! I've never seen something like that before! Are you sure the rad is getting adequate air flow?

Also, it could be that the GPUs are heating that water to 75c. They could still be at 50c even though their output water is at 75c.
It's got several cm clearance inside the Exos cooling unit, it's meant to be placed on top of the PC like that
As i mentioned in an earlier post, I can have the GPU's idling or running Furmark, GPU temp will rise 10c from ~40c to 50c, but the CPU will do exactly the same thing: Cores rising fast to ~39c and staying put, CPUTIN will slowly reach 75c and pc will shut off. I can run stock clock and vcore and it'll reach around 67-69c CPUTIN.

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post #22 of 41
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Got a pic of the idle temps, seem quite high all over the line TBH, chipset etc.
It's only about 22c ambient:

Am I the only one that noticed your cpu v core is maxing out at 1.68v!!! Of course you are running hot. Make sure you manually set your voltage in Bios.
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Am I the only one that noticed your cpu v core is maxing out at 1.68v!!! Of course you are running hot.
Good point, my AUXTIN temps are jumping 10-15c every few seconds, I'm starting to think this board is very very faulty :/

Edit: Look at the min, vcore lol
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Am I the only one that noticed your cpu v core is maxing out at 1.68v!!! Of course you are running hot. Make sure you manually set your voltage in Bios.
Oh wow! How did we miss this one. That's the culprit!
    
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Good point, my AUXTIN temps are jumping 10-15c every few seconds, I'm starting to think this board is very very faulty :/

Edit: Look at the min, vcore lol
Yeah, saw that too. Weird.
post #26 of 41
It's good to test how high the temps go, but perhaps you should stop p95 when the CPU gets to 70 instead of letting it get to 75 and shutting off by itself..
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How long have you had that board? Maybe an RMA is in order. Even if it is just a temp sensor thing I would still want another board that read temps right. Well temps and voltages.
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How long have you had that board? Maybe an RMA is in order. Even if it is just a temp sensor thing I would still want another board that read temps right. Well temps and voltages.
Still within the RMA i believe, dirt cheap board tho so I'll prolly get a proper MSI or Asus this time. Never really had problems with Asrock before tho.
I prefer having a board that doesn't think my PC is burning up, then shuts down in the middle of business
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Been there, done that, looks like the CPUTIN in CPUID HW Mon
Oh It must be bad reading tho, you got a good watercooling rig and the tepms should be like 40c max.
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also what is the loop order, is it pump>rad>cpu>gpu, or is the water getting to the cpu after the two gpus?
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