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post #1 of 10
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Hello everyone;

Recently I changed my CPU cooler to Corsair H100 and overclocked my CPU to 3.85GHz. This overclock settings I've tested before with my liquid cooling setup and passed every test (Prime95; LinX; MemTest).

After I installed the H100, Windows asked me for activation. Meanwhile waiting to get license key from MSDN Academic Alliance, I used crack to temporarily activate the Windows.

Now during Prime test with 3.85GHz if I run any other program like VLC Player or Firefox, my computer suddenly power off and restarts itself.

If I run Prime test with stock settings then I can run any other programs at the same time.

I'm confused

Please help me with this. Thank you in advance.
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post #2 of 10
what kinda temps are you seeing whilst overclocked on prime?
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I'm thinking temp problems and probably a setting in the BIOS thats causing the PC to shutdown/restart to keep the CPU safe. That's my guess.
    
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Yeah... im no intel expert, but I believe those chips shut down at about 85c? (depending on mobo settings)
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post #5 of 10
The Tj Max of cores for the i7 9xx series is 100C. It will either thermal throttle at that point or just simply shut down. I would run Real Temp while your priming so you can see the numbers.
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post #6 of 10
You are overheating your CPU over the Rate set in the bios. One .. you can set your bios to a higher temp or take off your cooler and re apply the AS5. Less like a layer Cake,,, More like a half of an english pea in the center.
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post #7 of 10
It's what happens with my old Intel Q6xxx chips. Mobo setting enabled (Can't remember which one, But it's under "CPU Config") makes the CPU basically shutdown or reset the computer. Sometimes it will even reset your OC to stock.
    
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post #8 of 10
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My temperature for H100 is 68.5 C in average full load.
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post #9 of 10
It's either a temperature or power related issue somewhere. The fact that it only happens when the PC is overclocked and under stress makes it more apparent, but it's the rule of thumb for a PC outright turning off by itself like that.
post #10 of 10
could be a ram issue... doesnt prime stress ram too? if he is opening other applications while running prime and not enough ram... down goes pc

definitely not a temp issue... he has an h100 and is only at 3.8 ghz... iwas at 3.8 with an h50 and 1.38 vcore and never saw over over 90 degrees
Edited by Tipless - 10/12/11 at 9:00am
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