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I inspected the pins before putting it in, they were fine, the cpu dropped right in. The amount of thermal compound is what had been pre-applied to the cooler pump from the factory. It's a brand new Corsair H80i. When I can turn it on again I will inspect the BIOS and see that temperature setting. What is it normally supposed to be?

Here's another question: I was asked by a friend if I neglected to hook up the temperature probe. Is there such a thing? where would it be? is that something only found in very old mobos? I have never heard of that. this mobo is a Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3

Thanks very much,

Loeteke1
Edited by Loeteke1 - 4/21/13 at 2:59am
post #12 of 148
Disregard the Temp probe. Your problem lies with something else. If you can get into your bios and make sure that you are getting an RPM reading from the H80I
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it's prolly a psu problem. try running your system with a single ram then run it or use prime95 or other stress tools then add another ram stick if no power failure occured. checks your temp also when stressing your cpu.
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Try only the 8GB of RAM you had before, might as well give that a shot.
 
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post #15 of 148
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Today I managed to get into the BIOS & took some phone pics, then managed to download the Corsair software & run it. I let it idle while connected to the net and as usual it shut down after less than an hour.

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When it first starts it flashes a message asking if you wanna look at a certain file, but it goes by too fast to see what it is.
Edited by Loeteke1 - 4/21/13 at 9:41pm
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The first screen of the BIOS
Edited by Loeteke1 - 4/21/13 at 9:39pm
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How do those voltage, temp & ROM numbers look?
Edited by Loeteke1 - 4/21/13 at 9:38pm
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Why would all this stuff be disabled? Shouldn't it be at least on AUTO?
Edited by Loeteke1 - 4/21/13 at 9:37pm
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This is what was shown by the Corsair software
Edited by Loeteke1 - 4/21/13 at 9:36pm
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Would all this be corrected by flashing the BIOS?
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