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Last night I decided to run my bump my i7 2700k from 3.9 > 4.0 and ran p95 blended torture test. I woke up about 5hours later to check up on it and looked on the alert / warnings on my mobo, and it had a bunch of errors (see pics)

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I just used stock voltages, bumped up the multiplier up didnt touch anything else. I didnt see any real high temps from realtemp. They were around 56-59 across the board. Could it be my sensor on my motherboard going bad? Or using the wrong settings?
post #2 of 3
The asus software is usually very buggy and just overall kinda bad.

Its usually better to measure your temps and other stuff via CPU-Z, Real temp, HW monitor, and a few other programs.
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Small wonder.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
6700k Asus Maximus VIII Impact EVGA 980Ti Classified G.skill Aegis 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveCooling
G.skill Aegis Samsung Evo 120gb Toshiba X300 Koolance 380i w/ Various WC goodness! 
OSMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Windows10 pro LG 34uc88-p Dell P2411H Varmilo  
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corsair AX750 Phanteks ENTHOO EVOLV ITX Logitech G502 <3 X-Trac Ripper XXL <3 
Audio
Kingston Hyper X Cloud II 
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post #3 of 3
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Yeah, thats what im thinking. Because sometimes even my cpu temp would read wrong. It would go from being normal temp then bumping down to a negative temperature then back to normal after. Only happens when i run p95.

Im using CPU-Z, HWMonitor (what you suggested), Realtemp to monitor my computer now.
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