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Hey guys, I have an Asus A7N8X-E Deluxe running a 2500+ i was previously overlocking it to a 3200+ and it had been running perfectly for approximately 2 years. I am using a Zalman fan. My computer has decided to reboot randomly for quite some time now, and I decided to take a course of action and went and bought some artic silver 5, and i bought a new coolermaster 650w P.S just to make sure I had no P.S issues. My temperature monitor says my cpu diode is running at 32F but it says my cpu socket is running at 102F. I'm assuming my motherboard is toast? if anyone has any suggestions on this. Please let me know. thanks alot
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forgot to mention, i reset mobo to default settings, no overclocking as of now, and it still reboots due to high cpu socket temperature.
post #3 of 13
plz fill in sig rig.

i assume you mean celcius not Fahrenheit
post a screen shot of core temp, speedfan, and cpuz

these programs can be found in the download section
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nope Farenheit.
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104f ain't jack... 39c, that CPU can take the mid 50c range for years.
Something else is screwing with you or the temp reported is wrong.
    
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HA I wish my pc ran that cool then I could hit 4ghz you my friend have another issue.

Maybe I'm way off but I would clean the hole rig real good apply as5 to the northbridge then remove 1 stick of ram and see if its stopped. If not swap the other stick of ram then check it.
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Yea, Duke is right, those socket A cpu's can take ALOT more than 104F. I ran a 2600+ barton for a number of years (in fact the duke here was the first one to help me out on that first OC), and after a new heat sink and a 78cfm fan i was loading at about 51C which was down 11c from stock. so my STOCK 2600+ used to load at 62c (146F). In short, i think that 102F(39c) is just fine.
Edited by logan - 6/16/08 at 6:02pm
post #9 of 13
I don't know why you are using Fahrenheit to measure temps but okay...


Those temps are perfectly fine.

Anything around 50C is just peachy
post #10 of 13
I ran my old Socket A Sempron @ 75 Celcius and MB died insted after 1 year. Nice chip. When they dye the dye and the CPU will not shut down like new ones. It was a problem with all Athlons back in the day.
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