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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-13-2011, 03:20 PM - Thread Starter
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Rampage IV Extreme X79 , CPUTIN 127ºc and shutting down


I have a very big problem here, I have bought the :

1- Rampage IV Extreme X79.
2- i7 3930k processor.
3-Vengeance 16 GB quad channel 9-9-9-24 1600Mhz.
4- MSI GTX 580 ( SLI ) x2.
5- Corsair 1200w AX.
6-Corasir H100.
7- Blue-Ray player.

The problem is that the system all the time freezes while in the system on idle situation or surfing and sometimes freezes on the windows start-up logo? .Sometimes shutdown by its self after 5 minutes to 15 minutes of starting i have troubleshoot every thing in it and i found that the CPUTIN Temp is very very high , every one told me that it's fake just update the BIOS, I updated the BIOS and it's the same thing , all the monitor programs : HWmonitor , Speecy , Everest and OCCT all of them shows the 127c . the real thing i don't know what is it ? every one is saying this is no problem at all but the system just restarting and shutting down by it self.

Do you Think it's From the CPU ? Or the Motherboard ?

I have installed the system many Times . the solution i have tried is to many :

[*] i have removed the GPU card many times and test the 2 of them separately .
[*] Changed thermal compound 2 times ?
[*] remove the BIOS battery .
[*] But the RAM on X.M.P Mode.
[*] UPDATED the BIOS to the latest FIRMWARE.
[*] Changed the memory places .
[*]Tried to Give a stable voltage

I just hated this problem and now I'm waiting For the last time to see if i will have a solution here or i will send the MB to the reseller.

i have the BIOS temps :
MB - 27
PCH 32

The Bios photos
Thank you,

Waiting for your response.....

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-13-2011, 05:37 PM
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toss a fan over the VRM heatsink, see what that does. Since intel reduced the amount of space, and thus the amount of area and power density, manufacturers didn't thoroughly test out things correctly. For the GB UD7 and UD5 and for the R4E, those boards will be helped by a fan over the VRm area. Its partly issue with Chil and IR.

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Yeah I also recommend adding cooling to VRM, especially if you overclock.
Once you get a number like 127C it is almost certain that it's not the real temp. Because 127 is simply the largest number in an 8-bit Analog-Digital IC system (-2^7+1 ~ +2^7-1).
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