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p28 hell with my 680i

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Hey,

I just update to the p28 from the i believe p23.

I reset to the defauts and now i get about 1 to 2 minutes before my system just shuts down. Sounds like the cpu is overheating to me, (a problem ive never had until now) Does anyone have any suggestions other than going to p27.

I know many poeple with the p28 noticed spikes in temperatures but ive not read anyone having this severe of a spike. Anyway. Im concerned that i will be mid bios de-update when the computer crashes again.

Can i bring down the clock speed of my processor to get more time out of it for the de-update?

Thanks
    
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Yes, just decrease the multi
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I use the P28 bios on the A1 version without problem, but when I flashed my old 680i sli mobo t1 version with the P28 bios my computer would crash and the mobo read a 1d error ralted to memory but it was the memory acess controller onboard. I have since returned that version and bought the A1 version, flashed and no more problems. What is the digital error code on the board?
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Well the solutions seems to have presented itself, and it, of course, cost me more money.

It seems as though the bios update p28 raises core temps a bit.

I had been running in the 55 degree range and p28 pushed my temp too the point of crashing.

I installed liquid cooling (my first) and it has brought the core temp down to around 42 degrees.

I also suspect that i botched the thermal application of my cpu. which explains the high temps.

anyway ty for the advice.
    
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