Originally Posted by error-id10t
Look at the core temps. eg right now my package has maxed at 31 but one core was at 41 at some point, what temps are your cores hitting (or were?). Is this OC a week old.. if yes, then it's possible it just wants a tad more now though just powering off wouldn't indicate that, I'd expect a BSOD.
Yeah, the OC was a little over a week up and running. Yes, one core does run a tad hotter, even at stock clocks. The core temps seemed to be well within range, the package was jacked out at idle even??? There hasn't been any BSOD to speak of it just powered off without warning, like the PSU is bad. I'm running a Seasonic X Series-1250w, overkill I know, but I got it at a crazy sale price last year on Newegg. I've been running this PSU in my old AMD rig and now this one.
I'm pretty confident it's temp related.
Originally Posted by SteveRo
keep an eye on temps - if you are on water maybe your pump is failing or just lost power and is not pumping?. other than that - ???
Temps seemed okay the night before. It is under water, XSPC Raystorm Pro CPU block. The pump is a XSPC D5 Vario, currently sitting at the #3 setting. I do feel a slight vibration when I touch the pump, so that seems to be working. I don't have a flow meter installed.
Nothing feels hot/warm to the touch, blocks, rads, or tubes.
The individual core temps looked fine, just the package temp and iGPU temp was thru the roof for some reason. I don't recall what they were at the time. HWINFO64 had the package temp lit up in red so I quickly shutdown and adjusted everything back to stock.
I'll work on slowly increasing everything back towards the OC settings and chart the temps each change.
Thanks for the ideas, I'll keep posting as I get more info.