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Also, on another note, is there any way a virus could affect the temperature sensors and overestimate the temperatures?
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They have to get down the hardware itself and affect the CPU.... Not likely.

 
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So, would a solution to this be replacing the heatsink or replacing the processor? Or, is there something else I can do?
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I hope it's not bad of me to bump this. I'm extremely busy and really need to be able to rely on my desktop PC over the next 2 weeks, so if it is going to require me to replace the processor and/or heatsink, I'll probably end up having to overnight a new processor.

I've actually left it running for about 5 hours now--mostly idle--but with a few CPU tasks like iTunes and a virus scan, and it hasn't crashed, but it's still showing very high temperatures.

Over the past four hours, reported minimums for my cores are 64 66 64 67 and maximums are 96 100 93 100 as reported by Real Temp.

Also, could this be a thermal paste issue or something? Since I re-mounted my heatsink, I'm assuming it's making contact. I don't know why thermal paste would suddenly become useless or hazardous, though. I also don't really understand why all four temperature sensors would be broken, if that's the issue.
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I hope it's not bad of me to bump this. I'm extremely busy and really need to be able to rely on my desktop PC over the next 2 weeks, so if it is going to require me to replace the processor and/or heatsink, I'll probably end up having to overnight a new processor.
I've actually left it running for about 5 hours now--mostly idle--but with a few CPU tasks like iTunes and a virus scan, and it hasn't crashed, but it's still showing very high temperatures.
Over the past four hours, reported minimums for my cores are 64 66 64 67 and maximums are 96 100 93 100 as reported by Real Temp.
Also, could this be a thermal paste issue or something? Since I re-mounted my heatsink, I'm assuming it's making contact. I don't know why thermal paste would suddenly become useless or hazardous, though. I also don't really understand why all four temperature sensors would be broken, if that's the issue.

You did reapply the thermal paste correct? Clean off the old TIM when you took off the heatsink and replace it with new TIM?
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You did reapply the thermal paste correct? Clean off the old TIM when you took off the heatsink and replace it with new TIM?

I actually didn't. I didn't even think about it.

I guess it didn't occur to me because I can't figure out why the temperatures would suddenly become out of control in the first place.
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I actually didn't. I didn't even think about it.
I guess it didn't occur to me because I can't figure out why the temperatures would suddenly become out of control in the first place.

Your temps are probably even higher due to all the air pockets and old TIM. Replace the TIM and see what your temps are like.
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Your temps are probably even higher due to all the air pockets and old TIM. Replace the TIM and see what your temps are like.

Thanks. I'll try to get my hands on some TIM and post an update within the next day or two.
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So, I re-applied some thermal paste, and re-mounted the heatsink and everything works fine...most of the time.

I can sit on the computer all day and it runs fine. I've played plenty of Diablo III and it runs fine.

However, on occasion, when I am away from my computer for a while, I come back and the LED near the power button in flashing like it's in sleep mode, but I can't wake it back up. I have to hold down the power button, then restart it, at which point it says CPU Max Temperature Error Press F1 to resume, and then resumes Windows from where it was. stitchfacesmiley.png

In addition, sometimes, I'll just boot it up for the first time for the day, and I'll get the same CPU Max Temperature Error.

Any thoughts?
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Sorry to bump this, but does anyone have any suggestions?
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