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Ok so i had a random power outtage at my house started it back up then went back to folding... well my Fan controller zapped and needed to be comp,letely reset i didnt notice because the screen said everything was moving.. Well they werent no fan in my case was moving... So i got a bsod then was wondering what happened since ive been stable at that for months now... and went to run IBT when i saw my idle temps were at 95 C!!!! the poor Q9650 actually ran at those temps for 15 minutes while folding before giving me the bsod...

Just showing intel chips are durable!! but so are amd since my friends will sit at 95 C in his lappy while folding lol!!

But tip of this is to always check your fans!! turned the fans on and lost 50 C! yay
    
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lol I love the part where you're like "what the? A BSOD?! But it's stable!" and then "95°C?!?!?!?! WHOA!" hehe

But after all: the approximate Tj. Max of the Q9650 is 100°C, so that's why it BSOD'd when it did. But if it had kept going, then the PROCHOT# thingy would've said "hey, the Tj. Max has been reached. Turn off or die."
    
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ya i was just amazed!! good thing i noticed or i would have been making the i7 trip sooner than i wanted to...
    
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ya i was just amazed!! good thing i noticed or i would have been making the i7 trip sooner than i wanted to...
Oh damn you're right. I heard that if they DO turn off that you have to send them in to Intel to get turned back on. What an irritating hassle that would be - especially if your computer is the only way you could figure out what address to use. lol
    
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The only thing I can suggest is to get a battery backup. I got a fairly cheap one off of fleabay, added new batteries and ain't never looked back. Of course if your power goes off for the duration (days at a time) nothin' less than a nuclear generator could help (only kiddin' a gas generator would as long as you can afford gasoline)

I had something like that happen to one of my Q6600 G0's. I had a operator malfunction. The dumba$$ peep (me) forgot to turn on his separate PSU and the chip cut itself off (no fans, no pump, D'oh ). After getting over a minor heart attack and mopping up the tears I fired the quad back up and it's been 24/7 DCing for months with no problem. I agree modern Intel chips are hard to damage or kill.
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post #6 of 19
Happened the same to me, the pump suddendly stopped working... but I did not noticed its silence.

It was idling at 91ºC, I was ZOMFG and get running to plug on the pump. Raised like 60ºC inmediately.

Intel chips are resistent, yeah
post #7 of 19
lol When I was on air my old 5600 amd cpu went to 110C because I forgot to plug the fan back in before booting up and heading to OCN chat.
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well at least we pay this money for these chips and they dont break under one dumb mistake!!
    
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This thread serves as a perfect example to those who always say "ZOMG DON'T GO OVER 70°C!!!"

I'm sorry, but I'm getting pretty sick of that.
    
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This thread serves as a perfect example to those who always say "ZOMG DON'T GO OVER 70°C!!!"

I'm sorry, but I'm getting pretty sick of that.
...hey....I'm one of those who always say "ZOMG DON'T GO OVER 70°C!!!"

Yeah, it's cool we know they can take it, but I say if you want a long living chip to keep it under 70C.
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