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Hey guys
I am overclocking at 1100t to be at @4GHZ. I have a H50 with quality thermal paste. - I am at 4.3V
I have been at this speed for last few weeks and I had good temps, but now My idle is 39C and when I play a low demanding game such as minecraft (for fun) the temps raise up to 49! -- These are core temps


Any suggestions?, I have checked the h50 it seems fine, and I have re-applied the thermal paste
Thanks
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Read the core tempatures, the CPU Tempature is irelivant.

Read the thread that's just been created, it has a quote from AMD about it
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Read the core tempatures, the CPU Tempature is irelivant.

Read the thread that's just been created, it has a quote from AMD about it
Those are the core temps..
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Your 100% sure? use HWMonitor.

And you might have a bad mount, check if your H50 is mounted on top of the CPU correctly, and make sure that your H50 is getting the full 12V that it needs, check your BIOS and set your CPU fan speed to maximum 100%
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Your 100% sure? use HWMonitor.

And you might have a bad mount, check if your H50 is mounted on top of the CPU correctly, and make sure that your H50 is getting the full 12V that it needs, check your BIOS and set your CPU fan speed to maximum 100%
Everything is correct, Its just suddenly started happening. My idle use to be 24-25.. Nothing has been changed. Maybe the cpu is damged?

Need deperate help!! 57 now whilst on minecraft!! CORE TEMPS
Edited by toml96 - 8/18/11 at 11:03am
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The fact that your temps suddenly changed would suggest to me that something is happening with the pump on the H50.
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The fact that your temps suddenly changed would suggest to me that something is happening with the pump on the H50.
The pump feels fine if you see what I mean... :
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Is your h50 transparent that you can be so sure that the pump is ok ? It's either pump or there's "something" in the water/block/rad. Your h50 never leaked right ?
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dude i got the same problem with my 965.... 3.4ghz idle its at like 35-37...
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