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post #1 of 15
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So, I'll make this brief as possible.
I have since day one had strange issues with this CPU.
Namely, when it loses power altogether, it will not allow the computer to turn back on for about 5 - 10 minutes. This has happened forever.

Let me further explain:
> Restarting the computer is fine, because the power is not actually lost to the motherboard or CPU
> Turning it off and back on almost never works
> When that happens, I get a CPU LED light on my mainboard
> Resetting CMOS does nothing only time for the CPU to.. I don't know what exactly


Once and if the computer starts up, which is 100% of the time when it's been left sitting IE overnight, and most of the time after giving it a 10 minute break if I turn the power off, there has never been a hiccup. This machine has cranked for hours and hours. Staying on and sleeping weeks at a time.

The other symptom that seems to have always plagued it is heat. It idles at about 50c, in normal ambient temps. This is with no OC. Under moderate 20% load at stock it hits 65c's and at full boar prime 95 @ stock, it hits 82- 85.

Now, I just got new thermal paste in and this is and never has been a stock CPU cooler. I am hoping that re-applying the paste will help but I am doubtful. I just overclocked to 4.2, with 350 VRM freq and changing the multiplier (that's it) and after a 10 minute prime 95 run my temps seemed to flatten out at 90- 93 C.


frown.gif wat do

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post #2 of 15
This happened to a friend of mine, i just replugged the 4 pin CPU power connector and it works perfectly!
post #3 of 15
send me the cpu im building a folding rig so this would be perfect. thumb.gif also freezer 7 sucks hard. get a hyper 212+/evo or a noctua DH14.
Edited by Big-Pete - 11/1/12 at 12:16am
post #4 of 15
How hot is your room and what cooler is on the 2600K?

Also regarding the powering on problem, it's most likely the motherboard causing that. What PSU have you got?

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post #5 of 15
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Socks keep you warm View Post

This happened to a friend of mine, i just replugged the 4 pin CPU power connector and it works perfectly!

Hmm well I have transferred cases and re plugged that connector probably 4 times in its life, seems to have no effect but I'll give it another shot... but not right now because then I have to wait to turn this back on if it doesn't work and that's annoying.
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Originally Posted by Big-Pete View Post

send me the cpu im building a folding rig so this would be perfect. thumb.gif also freezer 7 sucks hard. get a hyper 212+/evo or a noctua DH14.

Wait really? Could it suck so hard that it's just not spinning fast enough and is actually worse than a stock CPU fan?
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Originally Posted by jackbrennan2008 View Post

How hot is your room and what cooler is on the 2600K?
Also regarding the powering on problem, it's most likely the motherboard causing that. What PSU have you got?
Sent from my mobile phone.

I have a Seasonic X750. I would say yes the motherboard but... initially when building the rig it wouldn't post a single time, we got a new motherboard and it has been like this since, so that would be two faulty motherboards in a row or one bad CPU. Temps in my room now.. 75f. But even in 70f or lower it seems to idle in the high 40's- low 50's.
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post #6 of 15
smile.gif 690 on a 750w :/ didnt they need 800min? maybe there's your prob, not enough amps on the 12v at boot. cos an ocd 690 and ocd 2600k will draw a ****load at boot.

check teh amps on the 12v rail cos honestly 750 on a 690 OC is bare min!



thats just with the calc. (couldnt OC GPU so factor that in)

bare in mind at startup everything at full boar. flat out. so the 12v rail is used 100% id love to see what a startup would suck through a wall socket.
Edited by Big-Pete - 11/1/12 at 12:34am
post #7 of 15
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smile.gif 690 on a 750w :/ didnt they need 800min? maybe there's your prob, not enough amps on the 12v at boot. cos an ocd 690 and ocd 2600k will draw a ****load at boot.

I made this thread for this reason lol
http://www.overclock.net/t/1290091/gtx-690-true-power-measurement

Also I think that 650w is the Nvidia minimum recommendation.
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post #8 of 15
Quote:
Originally Posted by pilla99 View Post

I made this thread for this reason lol
http://www.overclock.net/t/1290091/gtx-690-true-power-measurement
Also I think that 650w is the Nvidia minimum recommendation.


whats the load at startup/whats teh 12v rail amps? cos 750W could mean anything haha, it the 12v that takes the beating.
post #9 of 15
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Well update: reapplied thermal paste and cleaned the #$%@ out of my system, (not that it was that dirty anyways) and after doing so, am idling at about 44C with a 4.2GHz overclock smile.gif
Edited by pilla99 - 11/1/12 at 5:35pm
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post #10 of 15
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Originally Posted by pilla99 View Post

Well update: reapplied thermal paste and cleaned the #$%@ out of my system, (not that it was that dirty anyways) and after doing so, am idling at about 44C with a 4.2GHz overclock smile.gif

thats stil a bit toasty, but the cooler doesnt help 1 bit :/

whats your case like for ventilation,

ie at 4.4ghz at full folding load im at 64c hotest core atm.

how did you apply the thermal paste and what paste is it?!
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