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  1. This is more to everyone, I purchased a £7 stock air cooler and everything is absolutely fine, must have got a broken/faulty AIO.
  2. Ive got a I7 6700 Skylake, wiped with lint free towel and the isoprpyl alcohol liquid, grain of rice sized thermal paste, the tubes are vibrating so guess thats pumping water through, the fan only turns on when needed but changed in bios to be 100% going and can confirm does work, the cooler is brand new but the I7, ive had this for 3 years, ive ordered a typical intel stock air cooler which should arive tomorrow as the only component changed is the AIO so that should help troubleshoot the issue, i believe it is the AIO (maybe a crap one) but we'll soon find out, thanks for the help and i will keep this updated as may help someone in the future! Hi guys, just an update, tried re-seating the cooler and put anoyher brand of thermal pasted and same exact issue, soon as i boot into windows, all good temps but launch any games, hits 100 and blue screens. Also followed your instructions on the cross pattern of tighening as well.
  3. Hi guys, just an update, tried re-seating the cooler and put anoyher brand of thermal pasted and same exact issue, soon as i boot into windows, all good temps but launch any games, hits 100 and blue screens. Also followed your instructions on the cross pattern of tighening as well.
  4. makes sense, thank you! I'll re-seat the actual cooler and see how we go, really appreciate your help! Will keep this topic on my findings.
  5. I believe so but not 100% sure how to correct this. Am I correct in saying that even if the PC was idle, wouldn't I still see rising temps due to bad contact? This is why this idea didnt come to me straight away.
  6. Hi all, First time on this forum but thought i'd give this a shout due to the required help. I've finally took the jump and purchased a MasterCooler AIO Liquid 120 Lite cooler for my CPU and everything is running brilliant if my PC is idle but if i begin to run a game, the temps rocket to 90-100 and if it does rise above 100, my PC shuts down. I just wondered if anyone has any ideas what I can do? I've made sure the fan is blowing into the radiator (I believe this is correct), the fan has power as I can see the fan spin up when loading a game. I can also feel the water through the pipes so i know its pumping the coolant around. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Just to add, if i open the task manager with a game in the background, the temps drop and the fans stops as no longer required but as game is in windowed mode, it still renders and carries on processing...
  7. Hi all, First time on this forum but thought i'd give this a shout due to the required help. I've finally took the jump and purchased a MasterCooler AIO Liquid 120 Lite cooler for my CPU and everything is running brilliant if my PC is idle but if i begin to run a game, the temps rocket to 90-100 and if it does rise above 100, my PC shuts down. I just wondered if anyone has any ideas what I can do? I've made sure the fan is blowing into the radiator (I believe this is correct), the fan has power as I can see the fan spin up when loading a game. I can also feel the water through the pipes so i know its pumping the coolant around. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Just to add, if i open the task manager with a game in the background, the temps drop and the fans stops as no longer required but as game is in windowed mode, it still renders and carries on processing...
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