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Hey so I have been googling a lot searching for an answer to my current computer issues and have some ideas what are wrong but could use a little more advice, also first time poster! I have a i5-2500k @ 3.3 gHz and have been experiencing very high temperatures on my CPU to the point where my computer no longer starts properly. I get a warning screen saying cpu temps too hot and have to manually boot through BIOS. I cleaned my cpu fan and heatsink and it did nothing. I'm now assuming its either the TIM or my cpu is getting too much power, but im not entirely sure.

Also, I've been experiencing BSODs for the past couple of months, at first infrequently and now pretty often. I checked the event viewer and get event 41 "kernel-power" error. I googled and found that my particular issue was solved by either increase/decrease QPI/VTT or vcore or something like that and I'm not sure how to do that.

Thanks
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welcome!

 

to adjust the vcore you have to get in the bios  and manually change it there

 

it would be a bit easier with system specs

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Hey so I have been googling a lot searching for an answer to my current computer issues and have some ideas what are wrong but could use a little more advice, also first time poster! I have a i5-2500k @ 3.3 gHz and have been experiencing very high temperatures on my CPU to the point where my computer no longer starts properly. I get a warning screen saying cpu temps too hot and have to manually boot through BIOS. I cleaned my cpu fan and heatsink and it did nothing. I'm now assuming its either the TIM or my cpu is getting too much power, but im not entirely sure.

Also, I've been experiencing BSODs for the past couple of months, at first infrequently and now pretty often. I checked the event viewer and get event 41 "kernel-power" error. I googled and found that my particular issue was solved by either increase/decrease QPI/VTT or vcore or something like that and I'm not sure how to do that.

Thanks

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What is your vcore value for the stock speed? What Bios settings did you use/change from Auto? Have you tried resetting your Bios to default values? did you replace the TIM on the CPU? Are you using stock cooler? How's the airflow in your case ? what is your case/fans?



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