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EQ isnt a good way to test temps.. download orthos or prime95 to test temps and stability.

The time it takes to alt tab from EQ, the temps will drop a good 5C by the time you can see them.
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post
EQ isnt a good way to test temps.. download orthos or prime95 to test temps and stability.

The time it takes to alt tab from EQ, the temps will drop a good 5C by the time you can see them.
Very true Murclocke.

I advise the same.
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Originally Posted by txtmstrjoe View Post
There's the magic word.

CoreTemp (v.94 and .95, but especially .95) is known to hard crash systems. It's a bug in the program. I'd bet that not using CoreTemp will result in no more hard crashes.

The program author is working on a fix.

Read here for more information.

Hope this helps!
This was the problem, thanks! Soon as we stopped using CoreTemp, it stopped shutting down. Been running fine 24/7 for a couple days now!

Thanks to all
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