Topic Title: Is this even possible? 255C cpu temperature
Topic Summary: Cpu reaches 255C out of nowhere and then throttles itself and repeats
Created On: 06/12/2014 07:45 AM
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 06/12/2014 07:45 AM
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heizexus
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My computer is working a couple months that way and no melting or else.
The only impact it has is in gaming.When im playing i get fps drops out of nowhere.They last about 15-30sec and everything goes back to normal.This action repeats after 1-5min.

When i first turn on my pc cpu core frecuencies range from 800-2800mhz.After playing it reaches only 800mhz MAX
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Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1
AMD Phenom II X6 1050T Thuban 45nm Technology
6.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 666MHz (9-9-9-24)
MSI 760GM-P23(FX) (MS-7641)
1023MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 SE (Gigabyte)



Edited: 06/12/2014 at 07:55 AM by heizexus
 06/12/2014 01:31 PM
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Your pc would burst into flames if it got anywere nere that temp. So no its not possible the cpu would shut dowwn before it would hit 91c.

 

Are those programs your using reading the core temp or the cpu temp?

One says core and the other says cpu

 

 

 

 



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 06/12/2014 03:45 PM
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Your CPU is automatically throttled around ~70C and if it reaches ~80C it would shut off completely.

A reading of "255C" is typical when no reading is being received by the monitoring software.

Use the applet Core Temp to see what the true internal CPU temp is in the 40C-70C range. If you still get odd temps under full load then there is a sensor issue.



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 06/13/2014 08:24 AM
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heizexus
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it reached 255 in Core Temp

 06/13/2014 03:26 PM
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Faulty thermal sensors, disregard it. If you're worried about cooling, get an aftermarket heatsink. The Corsair H series is a good choice.

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 06/13/2014 03:47 PM
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Disregard the faluty sensor and recommendations to use liquid coolers in a PC.

We have some technically challenged folks in the forum who constantly try to pursuade people to install inferior liquid coolers because these people are unable to understand objective scientific test data that shows how inferior the Corsair H series and similar closed loop coolers are. Their posts are disingenuous and they are in denial over the documented issues with closed loop coolers.



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Building a reliable PC involves more than just assembling the parts. You need to be able to configure all of the BIOS settings appropriately. This can be quite involved and frustrating as it can require a lot of trial and error with stress testing. It is however often the only means to get a 100% reliable PC.

 06/13/2014 06:47 PM
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It's a faulty thermal sensor, If you're worried about the temperatures, get an aftermarket cooling solution, preferably liquid, both for its acoustics and cooling ability.

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 06/13/2014 10:34 PM
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Disregard anything from AMDforMe, He is clueless when it comes to CPU cooling alternatives.

He posts outdated data and refuses to provide any tangible evidence to the contrary.

If you are going to continually bring this up.Post the "documented issues " AMDforMe.

 



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Edited: 06/13/2014 at 10:41 PM by Earnhardt
 06/14/2014 02:46 AM
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So the technically challenge show up to bash me for providing accurate tech info. with links that support everything I post. Sorry folks but DENIAL is not a river in Egypt.

Some folks here wear their technical cluelessness as a badge of honor.

The clueless think if they gang up on me or keep posting the same meritless claims that reality will change but it never does. They do look  foolish when the objective scientific test data proves that they are wrong however. There are plenty of threads here where the clueless have been proven wrong over and over and over so you can ignore their fanboism or become technically clueless like them. Misery loves company...



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Building a reliable PC involves more than just assembling the parts. You need to be able to configure all of the BIOS settings appropriately. This can be quite involved and frustrating as it can require a lot of trial and error with stress testing. It is however often the only means to get a 100% reliable PC.

 06/14/2014 03:40 AM
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It's a faulty thermal sensor, If you're worried about the temperatures, get an aftermarket cooling solution, preferably liquid, both for its acoustics and cooling ability.

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 06/14/2014 04:49 AM
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It's a faulty thermal sensor, If you're worried about the temperatures, get an aftermarket cooling solution, preferably liquid, both for its acoustics and cooling ability.

 

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 06/14/2014 04:50 AM
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Originally posted by: AMDforMe So the technically challenge show up to bash me for providing accurate tech info. with links that support everything I post. Sorry folks but DENIAL is not a river in Egypt.

 

Some folks here wear their technical cluelessness as a badge of honor.

 

The clueless think if they gang up on me or keep posting the same meritless claims that reality will change but it never does. They do look  foolish when the objective scientific test data proves that they are wrong however. There are plenty of threads here where the clueless have been proven wrong over and over and over so you can ignore their fanboism or become technically clueless like them. Misery loves company...

 

Still the same old cut and paste answer as always and with no relevent data to back up your claims.



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 07/06/2014 09:07 AM
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heizexus
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FIXED. Cpu cooler was mounted with less pressure than it should have been.

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