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@brower:

you have a 940be running less than 1.350 vcore. the stock setting on mine is 1.350 and i have 2 of them, one in my m2n-sli deluxe and one in my sig rig. they both say the same thing, 140w and CPU VID1.3500 V. your temps are actuly cooler than mine most of the time. i idle at 42*C and under full load at 59*C, the thermal limit is 62*C, i say up your vcore to factory and see if it crashes on you again.
Hm... so i don't know what is happening to my system... it keeps shutting down... the only way to keep it running is if i keep a big ventilator on it... and i don't know why because all my temps are cooler than normal temps for my hardware.... even if the pc is on idle.. if i keep it quiet sometime it will poweroff (maybe in 1h or in 24hours) but will shutt off.... this is the most strange... if was just because high temp on some hardware, i could fix it... but all my temps are nice... =(
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post #9092 of 12343
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Hm... so i don't know what is happening to my system... it keeps shutting down... the only way to keep it running is if i keep a big ventilator on it... and i don't know why because all my temps are cooler than normal temps for my hardware.... even if the pc is on idle.. if i keep it quiet sometime it will poweroff (maybe in 1h or in 24hours) but will shutt off.... this is the most strange... if was just because high temp on some hardware, i could fix it... but all my temps are nice... =(
A few comments. The first one I'll defer to owners of the 940BE. Your Vcore seems a little low. Perhaps bumping that up to 1.33V might give you better stability.

Second, that CPU cooler is quite large. I don't know if you have the stock cooler and can try that especially if you're not going to bother with OC.

Lastly, placing a 140mm fan in front of the SB should give some relief there if you think that component is running hot. And if you do try the stock cooler, then you can place another 140mm fan in front of the CPU and memory and that should mimic what your big fan is doing. In my case, the fan sitting in front of the CPU is worth at least 3C as I found out when a cable inadvertently blocked rotation.
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I will try to put a FAN there Let's see ThankS! I already returned the vcore to the original (1,38v on the HWmonitor)...
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post #9094 of 12343
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I will try to put a FAN there Let's see ThankS! I already returned the vcore to the original (1,38v on the HWmonitor)...
i just noticed your pics, where is you psu fan located? it might be getting to hot if not getting enough air flow, also it looks dusty in there, i would suggest using compressed air and blow everything out.

all your temps are well within normal. i would take a good look at the psu. is it blowing out a lot of hot air?
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i would also look at getting the case up higher as well. give the psu better airflow. in the pic it looks like the feet are off the case and it is sitting on the case it self, if that is true then it will be overheating your psu causing to many in stability issues. or you could flip the psu over so it draws air from in the case.
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Hey guys, could you tell me if on the m2n32sli deluxe, using a phenom 980be and an ATI card, can i use the nvidia tune program in order to fix the 800Mhz problem?
post #9097 of 12343
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i would also look at getting the case up higher as well. give the psu better airflow. in the pic it looks like the feet are off the case and it is sitting on the case it self, if that is true then it will be overheating your psu causing to many in stability issues. or you could flip the psu over so it draws air from in the case.
PSU is the power source unit? is in bottom..., it gets nice air flow... there is a space on the bottom of the case (it looks like is sitting on the case itself but no, the case have some "feet" that get a space for air flow.

The dust is because the big ventilator on the cpu 24hs a day.... but when the PC was clean i had the same problem of shutting down.

The psu i changed for a huntkey 450w and it keeps shutting down, so i managed to exclude some problem in psu...

There are 3 140mm fans... one in the front getting fresh air... on on the up back like and exaustor (getting the air out of the case) and one in the top also working to get the air out..... making a continuous air flow when the case is closed (and also an FAN 100mm on the case lateral cover getting the air out).

I'm really thinking that my processor have some problem... i will try to get my olf Athlon X2 64 4400+ and put again on the system to see of it get the same problem.... if no, so the problem is the CPU + MOBO...

Because i don't know what more i can use.... There is some app to monitore EVERYTHING on PC? Like all temperatures and all voltages and mantain a log?

Maybe i could get it on 24hs and see in the log what happened that my pc shutted off....
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post #9098 of 12343
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Originally Posted by Valz View Post
Hey guys, could you tell me if on the m2n32sli deluxe, using a phenom 980be and an ATI card, can i use the nvidia tune program in order to fix the 800Mhz problem?
You've asked a similar question over the past several weeks. Do you have the hardware in hand now and need guidance? This thread has a number of references on how to set the clock multiplier on these X4 processors. Also if you have a little patience and are willing to try PhenomMsrTweaker, you can have full control of the power and speed settings in the CPU from within Windows.
post #9099 of 12343
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Originally Posted by gr8sho View Post
You've asked a similar question over the past several weeks. Do you have the hardware in hand now and need guidance? This thread has a number of references on how to set the clock multiplier on these X4 processors. Also if you have a little patience and are willing to try PhenomMsrTweaker, you can have full control of the power and speed settings in the CPU from within Windows.
Yes i have them in hand right now, its just that the guide says that it works with an nvidia graphics card and using the ntools.
How am i supposed to fix the 800Mhz with an ati card?
I got the 980be and 6850ati
post #9100 of 12343
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Yes i have them in hand right now, its just that the guide says that it works with an nvidia graphics card and using the ntools.
How am i supposed to fix the 800Mhz with an ati card?
I got the 980be and 6850ati
The video card has nothing to do with setting the CPU frequency. The video card runs on a fixed speed interface (i.e. PCI-E 16x). Can you please take time to add your system details in the profile. For instance, are you running Windows 7?
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