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My stock vCore with 1100T is at 1.26v

I bet Core Unlocker is on. Try going into the BIOS and turning it off that way instead of trying to turn it off with hotkey as the system is POSTING.

To turn it off it should be in the Features menu. Apologies if I don't name it correctly though cause I don't get into the BIOS enough to be bang on perfect. smile.gif

But yeah I'd bet the Auto OC feature is on which is what is causing the CPU to run so hot. Since it's technically Overclocking the increase in temp is gonna come along with it. I doubt that it'll cross 60c though.

What's your NB temp like trisx? mellowsmiley.gif

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My NB temp is 42c and proc is 60c now. I've already reseat the heatsink and I do notice that the thermal paste were dried out. Is it causing the problem? should I apply new thermal paste?

When ever I gaming the keep bumping to 60c~62c now. I'm sked i'll burn my proc frown.gif
post #12043 of 13131
375

I already off the Auto Core unlocker and set voltage 1.28v and off everything else possible i think.
Why my temp still going on like this? any pro please help me frown.gif

Btw, idle temp is 46c. Should be 30c right idle temp?
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375

I already off the Auto Core unlocker and set voltage 1.28v and off everything else possible i think.
Why my temp still going on like this? any pro please help me frown.gif

Btw, idle temp is 46c. Should be 30c right idle temp?

Okay I think I see the problem. You have to do the NB fix. You have a board that probably has NB standoffs that are too long. PM me your address and I'll send you the standoffs from mine, you just return post the ones you have and replace the TIM. Easy peasy. Or you can do the fix outright yourself by taking one SB standoff out and filing one NB standoff to the same length. Your NB is running 62c. I'm surprised your board will even let you run it past 60c. There are pages and pages and pages in this thread of people complaining about this. I'm running water on my board so I'm not in current need of my NB standoffs. But I will need them should I decide to part with my board. So send me a PM and I'll take care of you. thumb.gif

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Ceadder I'm from Malaysia. LoL

Sorry for being noob, but all of the standoff is in same height that im using with the board at the moment.

What u mean is that to take out the standoff under NB right? and replace with higher or shorter standoffs?
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this is the 1 u talking bout right? i'm gonna tried it later night smile.gif

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Hello everyone, i got a problem with my Crosshair IV Extreme, at least i think its a problem. After i shutdown my PC, the iluminated logo of ROG blinks, until this morning ROG logo stays on, i think this was happened when i touched the H100 with my hand and and has moved a little. Anyone know how i can fix this? I tryed to clear cmos and i updated BIOS, still nothing frown.gif
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Okay I think I see the problem. You have to do the NB fix. You have a board that probably has NB standoffs that are too long. PM me your address and I'll send you the standoffs from mine, you just return post the ones you have and replace the TIM. Easy peasy. Or you can do the fix outright yourself by taking one SB standoff out and filing one NB standoff to the same length. Your NB is running 62c. I'm surprised your board will even let you run it past 60c. There are pages and pages and pages in this thread of people complaining about this. I'm running water on my board so I'm not in current need of my NB standoffs. But I will need them should I decide to part with my board. So send me a PM and I'll take care of you. thumb.gif
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with trisx cpu core temps at 70 C by running 2 steps of prime95 how can removing and resetting the nb and sb heat sink help lower trisx cpu temps ?

 

i would suggest she remove the sides from the computer case and set the computer in the open and then recheck all temps

if this helps then she does not have enough air flowing through the case

 

another check would to blow air into the case with sides off with a bigger house fan

 

it may be necessary to remove case filters and or add more case fans and run the computer in the open


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Okay I think I see the problem. You have to do the NB fix. You have a board that probably has NB standoffs that are too long. PM me your address and I'll send you the standoffs from mine, you just return post the ones you have and replace the TIM. Easy peasy. Or you can do the fix outright yourself by taking one SB standoff out and filing one NB standoff to the same length. Your NB is running 62c. I'm surprised your board will even let you run it past 60c. There are pages and pages and pages in this thread of people complaining about this. I'm running water on my board so I'm not in current need of my NB standoffs. But I will need them should I decide to part with my board. So send me a PM and I'll take care of you. thumb.gif

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with trisx cpu core temps at 70 C by running 2 steps of prime95 how can removing and resetting the nb and sb heat sink help lower trisx cpu temps ?

i would suggest she remove the sides from the computer case and set the computer in the open and then recheck all temps
if this helps then she does not have enough air flowing through the case

another check would to blow air into the case with sides off with a bigger house fan

it may be necessary to remove case filters and or add more case fans and run the computer in the open

It might not help with CPU but I'm sure you would agree with me that 62c on the NB isn't very good and demands attention. mellowsmiley.gif

CPU probably could use a reseat on the block but that NB is definitely too high. wink.gif

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seeing that all temps are high

better air flow in the case my be what is needed ?

it was working a shot time ago the question is what has change in this short time

a motherboard temp of 45 C indicates to me that there is not enough air flow in the case

a high ambient temp could also cause all the temps to be high

the NB should be 65 C or less and the cpu should be 62 C or less

the computer may need a good cleaning ?


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