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Posted · Original PosterOP
My pc will auto shut down once my processor hit around 70 degree celcius, is there any way I can fix or disable this? I heard about I can change the max processor temp before the pc shut down but I couldn't find it in the bios
My specs:
Mobo: asrock n68c-gs4 fx (bios version 1.3)
Processor: AMD FX-8320
RAM: 8gb ddr3 1600mhz
GPU: GTX 750ti
CPU cooler: Cooler Master Hyper H411R
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21 minutes ago, yozora01x said:
My pc will auto shut down once my processor hit around 70 degree celcius, is there any way I can fix or disable this? I heard about I can change the max processor temp before the pc shut down but I couldn't find it in the bios
My specs:
Mobo: asrock n68c-gs4 fx (bios version 1.3)
Processor: AMD FX-8320
RAM: 8gb ddr3 1600mhz
GPU: GTX 750ti
CPU cooler: Cooler Master Hyper H411R

Mhh looking into google the max temp of your chip is 70 but it should slow down and only shut down at 80 (newer chips go way hotter) older amds are very strange in terms of temps.

What kind cooler are u using ? There is always a reason for high temps repaste the cpu clean the cooler etc making the temp limit higer does not fix ur temp prob oh i am sry i see what cooler ur using now my bad ^^ did u already repaste/clean it 

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1 minute ago, xhackforeverxdx said:

Mhh looking into google the max temp of your chip is 70 but it should slow down and only shut down at 80 (newer chips go way hotter) older amds are very strange temp in terms of temps.

What kind cooler are u using ? There is always a reason for high temps repaste the cpu clean the cooler etc making the temp limit higer does not fix ur temp prob oh i am sry i see what color ur using now my bad ^^ did u already repaste/clean it 

I had repaste it and cleaned my pc yesterday but the problem is still there

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15 minutes ago, yozora01x said:

I had repaste it and cleaned my pc yesterday but the problem is still there

When did this Problem start seems very strange 

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14 minutes ago, xhackforeverxdx said:

When did this Problem start seems very strange 

It starts a months ago, it doesn't occur when I just installed the new cooler half a year ago

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1 minute ago, yozora01x said:

It starts a months ago, it doesn't occur when I just installed the new cooler half a year ago

Maybe its your mainboard beeing strange and feeding to mutch voltage could u check the vcore 

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12 minutes ago, xhackforeverxdx said:

Maybe its your mainboard beeing strange and feeding to mutch voltage could u check the vcore 

I am not sure which reading you are talking about

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3 minutes ago, yozora01x said:

I am not sure which reading you are talking about

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I am talking about the core voltage aka v core but 1.32v is pretty normal for that chip u could try to undervolt it and see if it stays stable at like 1.25 v core that would lower the temps a bit but i am still not sure why the chip is even overheating 

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17 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

You're lucky it even works on that motherboard. The VRM-s are probably overheating.

Could overheatings vrms leak voltage so the cpu overheats ? Could be possible or 

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15 minutes ago, xhackforeverxdx said:

I am talking about the core voltage aka v core but 1.32v is pretty normal for that chip u could try to undervolt it and see if it stays stable at like 1.25 v core that would lower the temps a bit but i am still not sure why the chip is even overheating 

May I ask how should I do the undervolt?

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4 hours ago, xhackforeverxdx said:

Could overheatings vrms leak voltage so the cpu overheats ? Could be possible or 

Highly unlikely. But it would cause CPu throttling, cooler missbehaving and shutdowns.

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Could be your PSU, I had a psu that had its fan unplugged (The guy I got it off must have done this), My pc started shutting down randomly but I didnt think much of it, untill one day. it shutdown, I clicked the power button *BANG* a blue flame and smoke...  it had melted one of the capacitors, had to get a new PSU.

 

Edit: nvm didnt read it properly, its when your cpu hits 70*c silly me

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6 hours ago, yozora01x said:
My pc will auto shut down once my processor hit around 70 degree celcius, is there any way I can fix or disable this? I heard about I can change the max processor temp before the pc shut down but I couldn't find it in the bios
My specs:
Mobo: asrock n68c-gs4 fx (bios version 1.3)
Processor: AMD FX-8320
RAM: 8gb ddr3 1600mhz
GPU: GTX 750ti
CPU cooler: Cooler Master Hyper H411R

It's thermal shutdown from an over heating CPU... had it happen a few times on my mums FX6300 when it was in a small case with poor airflow when ever the ambient temps rose (during the summer).

 

I switched the system out to a larger case with more fans, a larger cooler and it never gets above 60ºC now, even when stress tested.

 

So clean out the case, improve airflow and/or fit a better cooler as new thermal paste didn't work.

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Your motherboard is rated for a max of a 95W CPU. The 8320 has a TDP of 125W. That CPU is not even on the QVL for that board. So the solution to your problem is a better motherboard with better VRMs, and a QVL which includes the 8320. Not to mention that your CPU cooler is only good for 100 watts. You'll need a better CPU cooler as well.

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A better motherboard and a better cooler ...

 

Take an index finger, put it under the nose, take a deep breath AND get yourself a new platform.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I had done repasting which helps my processor to cool down more but I realized my windows still shut down even though the temperature is around 56~63c

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5 hours ago, yozora01x said:

I had done repasting which helps my processor to cool down more but I realized my windows still shut down even though the temperature is around 56~63c

Let me repeate myself: Your motherboard is rated for a max of a 95W CPU. The 8320 has a TDP of 125W. That CPU is not even on the QVL for that board. So the solution to your problem is a better motherboard with better VRMs, and a QVL which includes the 8320. Not to mention that your CPU cooler is only good for 100 watts. You'll need a better CPU cooler as well.

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1 hour ago, TempestCatto said:

Let me repeate myself: Your motherboard is rated for a max of a 95W CPU. The 8320 has a TDP of 125W. That CPU is not even on the QVL for that board. So the solution to your problem is a better motherboard with better VRMs, and a QVL which includes the 8320. Not to mention that your CPU cooler is only good for 100 watts. You'll need a better CPU cooler as well.

Or, disable 2 cores in BIOS?


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1 hour ago, fasauceome said:

Or, disable 2 cores in BIOS?

I suppose thats one way of doing it. But Ive never done it myself. It would still be better to use a motherboard with the proper rating, and better vrms.

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