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Check the rpm of your fans under load with speedfan or another program.. your idle temps are way too high on stock with a 21C ambient.

The Fans are Increasing in RPM (even tho it does not look like it or sound like it) But the odd thing is, the cpu temp on my motherboards LD must be playing tricks on me because I put my CPU full load and in about 4 seconds 80C then turn it off 4 Seconds 35C Can the temps just go up and down like that in the amount of time?
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The Fans are Increasing in RPM (even tho it does not look like it or sound like it) But the odd thing is, the cpu temp on my motherboards LD must be playing tricks on me because I put my CPU full load and in about 4 seconds 80C then turn it off 4 Seconds 35C Can the temps just go up and down like that in the amount of time?

Yes they can.


Either A) Your processor is bad, because that amount of heat is unnatural for the voltage you have.

Or B) Bad motherboard. (as you have already suggested)


Or C) You are lying to us and you are just terrible at putting heat sinks on.

EDIT: Or D) Your thermal paste as a cure time and it has not properly set or been applied properly.
Edited by iinversion - 1/3/12 at 9:32pm
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Yes they can.
Either A) Your processor is bad, because that amount of heat is unnatural for the voltage you have.
Or B) Bad motherboard. (as you have already suggested)
Or C) You are lying to us and you are just terrible at putting heat sinks on.

Hell maby I am lying to my self and I think I know how to put heat sinks on. Most likely not tho, I am leaning more towards a bad motherboard. But hell if I know.





EVGA Frostbite which has no curing time to what I know of.
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My 2600K does exactly the same thing with a EK HF block and TRUE 1155 backplate.
    
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Hell maby I am lying to my self and I think I know how to put heat sinks on. Most likely not tho, I am leaning more towards a bad motherboard. But hell if I know.
EVGA Frostbite which has no curing time to what I know of.

I would wait until you get your new motherboard, then at that point you can rule out the motherboard and if the problem persists it is most likely going to be the processor itself. I have heard about people getting bad processors like yours before. They RMA'd it and got a new one, and then everything was fine.
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The sensors are located on the processor (assuming you're using something like Real Temp), correct? I'm a bit confused as to why everyone is pointing to the motherboard... eh-smiley.gif

I still think the cooler isn't being mounted properly. You should hear a "clicking" noise when you mount the cooler on the motherboard. Also, make sure that there's a razor-thin layer of thermal paste (just enough so that you can't see through it; any more than that, you're just slightly decreasing your cooler's potential).

EDIT: You're using "Real Temp" to measure your temps, right? Or something that reports the readings of the on-die sensors? The motherboard's CPU sensors are generally far less accurate (and in fact may just be broken altogether).
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I highly doubt that all the temp probes are bad on the processor. Usually you can get 1 or 2 stuck probes that give false readings that are higher or lower in temp but not 4. I would try a different cooler, the stock one is terrible anyways.
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I got >85C load temps at 3.4GHz with stock cooler running folding@home one night. Needless to say, I swapped that horrible cooler out the next day for watercooling and got <45C load temps running folding@home.

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The LGA1155 stock cooler is horrible.
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I just recently built my rig and I am experiencing some HIGH temperatures but its odd how fast they rise up.
I run Prime95 and my temps in about 10 seconds rise to 90c which I think is a load of ****. Now im not sure if this is a defective motherboard (Z68 FTW) or a user installation error or just a defective Cpu.
I have a stock heat sink and my temps stay at a pretty high rate of 39C when I am not doing anything at all. Im actually running a fan into my case to help cool it down until I get my new Thermaltake Heatsink. Any ideas on what is the problem? I re did my TIM twice now and put even less on then the first time (Might of put a bit to much the first time) EVGA Frostbite.375
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your problem is in bold..in the meantime (til you get a new heatsink)..make sure all 4 pins are in all the way,and you can undervolt your chip to around 1.18 or lower..underclock some....that should help reduce your temps..good luck!On another note..it could be you have an uneven chip under the IHS and it isn't making good contact..i destroyed my last sb chip because of this..it drove me nuts! don't do what idid..RMA it! .PS i took the ihs off and lapped too much off the chip.It was shaped kinda like this ::eek.gif332

also ..see if you can ramp up the cpu fan speed..
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post #30 of 30
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It was that stupid damn heat sink. I got the thermal-take frio and got to 50C 100% Load. Now my motherboard still said it was 99C on the led screen but on realtemp i was getting 27 29 34 32 no load temps.


I did Rma the motherboard and they are telling me I have damaged resistors.
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