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Is my voltage causing my temp problem

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I just recently changed cases to a new Antec P900, I Ihave a i72700K that is idling at 45-50C and jumped to 75-80C under the smallest of loads. Is this because of my power supply? I have a 700watt power supply, all the fans in my case are running and I have an air cooler (larger than stock) on my CPU.

Note: my BIOS says the 12v is 12~ but Speedfan says 6.55 (granted I do not even know what these numbers mean)
I know nothing about OC or anything really, I just have this computer for hardcore gaming and I don't want to do that if I am going to fry something.
Any help or knowledge is greatly appreciated!

EDIT: here are my BIOS numbers:
CPU +1.232
3.3V +3.296
5V +5.040
12V +12.00
DRAM +1.501
PCH +1.058
VCCSA/IO +1.105
CPU PLL +1.786
IGPU +0.443


Edited by philosotiger - 3/30/13 at 1:50am
post #2 of 6
Did you take the cooler off while changing cases? If so you might want to check and see if it is seated right on the cpu. I don't use speed fan, it is to hard to get set up and i would go by what your bios is telling you. I would check the cooler first tho, cause you have temps that look like you are using the stock cooler. Not good and i believe you are at the peak of the temps also. (93 is to hot)

edit: Also go into your profile and where it says rigbuilder click that. After you've done that on the main pg of profile at the bottom click edit signature and then click where it says show my rig. It will then have your complete parts in your post so others can see what you have in your rig.thumb.gif
Edited by jeffro37 - 3/30/13 at 2:06am
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I will get on the rigbuilder, will take me a bit to collect everything. Thank you for the input, what cooler would you recommend? Personally I would like to keep it air cooled.
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i have a h100 but i have used a hyper 212+ for awhile also.. It is pretty cheap and does good for a medium oc. Just depends on what you want.
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Are you using the stock cooler? My guess would be that your cooler is not seated correctly, and that would be the first thing I would do is to reseat the cooler and check the tim while you are at it.
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philosotiger have you overclocked the cpu? What cpu cooler do you have now? 90+C at 1.23v is bad on sandy bridge, I dont even think the stock intel cooler would be that bad. Have you seated the cpu cooler correctly? Used good thermal paste on the cpu?
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