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HELP my CPU idles on 80C!!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So okay.. i never had this problem idle 80C wtf? CPU is I7-4970k or something like that...

No clue what i should do.. Cooler is Alpha cool water cooler... 

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Make sure the pump is working


 

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18 minutes ago, lovingGamer said:

So okay.. i never had this problem idle 80C wtf? CPU is I7-4970k or something like that...

No clue what i should do.. Cooler is Alpha cool water cooler... 

New build or old build? 

If it's new, take the plastic off the coldplate. If it's old, stick your head next to the pump (if possible) and listen to see if you hear motor noise. If not, your pump is probably dead. 


Fine you want the PSU tier list? Have the PSU tier list: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1116640-psu-tier-list-40-rev-103/

 

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Macbook Pro 2015 (Musicians live and die by these, unfortunately I need one. :/
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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, TheGlenlivet said:

Has anything changed?  Did you just get the cooler?  

I installed something ******* not supposed to talk about it on forum Far cry 5... Not sure if that's the reason but... Fuck i don't know might be but idk..

One thing i know from sure from the start my CPU was running a bit hotter than other I7's.. i even got a brand new cooler just to test it.. same shit..

 

I just checked while playing Far cry 5 CPU has hit 93C :o 

fuck me.. i have just down clocked it to 4.2 and voltage to 1,100.. And it was 4.6 and 1.650 before now at ide it's around 36-40C.. I'm scared to play the game lol 

 

I think 4.2 Is not that bad.. but i really liked 4.6.. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
21 minutes ago, seon123 said:

Make sure the pump is working

Any clue how to chekc that? btw good idea, that could be the issue 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Brink2Three said:

New build or old build? 

If it's new, take the plastic off the coldplate. If it's old, stick your head next to the pump (if possible) and listen to see if you hear motor noise. If not, your pump is probably dead. 

you are scaring me.. really scaring me.. i had to pinch myself just to see if i'm dreaming if it's dead so am i.. i'm fucking killing myself this is a second cooler and i sold the first one.. which i regret sold it 1 year ago corsair 280mm fuckl me...

 

It's old build, How does the pump look like? thingy that is on CPU? 

 

I just downlocked my CPU to 4.2 and voltage to 1,100.. And it was 4.6 and 1.650 before now at ide it's around 36-40C.. I'm scared to play the game lol 

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2 minutes ago, lovingGamer said:

you are scaring me.. really scaring me.. i had to pinch myself just to see if i'm dreaming if it's dead so am i.. i'm fucking killing myself this is a second cooler and i sold the first one.. which i regret sold it 1 year ago corsair 280mm fuckl me...

 

It's old build, How does the pump look like? thingy that is on CPU? 

 

I just downlocked my CPU to 4.2 and voltage to 1,100.. And it was 4.6 and 1.650 before now at ide it's around 36-40C.. I'm scared to play the game lol 

1.65v was absolutely why it was getting that hot. 

NEVER run a 4790k that high. 1.45v is the highest you should run it. 


Fine you want the PSU tier list? Have the PSU tier list: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1116640-psu-tier-list-40-rev-103/

 

Stille (Desktop)

i7-8700k @5.15Ghz (Delidded) - Cryorig H7 Ultimate - 16GB Vengeance LPX - Armor GTX 1080 - SanDisk Plus 480GB - Crucial MX500 500GB - Intel 660P 1TB SSD - (2x) WD Red 2TB - EVGA G3 650w - Corsair 760T

Macbook Pro 2015 (Musicians live and die by these, unfortunately I need one. :/
i7-4980HQ (Liquid Metal mod) - 16GB DDR3 - Radeon M370X (Liquid Metal mod) 

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18 minutes ago, Brink2Three said:

1.65v was absolutely why it was getting that hot. 

NEVER run a 4790k that high. 1.45v is the highest you should run it. 

sorry i meant to say 1.260v and now it's 1.100v

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2 minutes ago, lovingGamer said:

sorry i meant to say 1.260v and now it's 1.100v

Set it back to stock in the BIOS and try running a stress test. CPU temps should not go above 70c stock with that water cooler. If it does after a few minutes, I'd say the pump is dead. (Usually covered with warrenty though)

 


Fine you want the PSU tier list? Have the PSU tier list: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1116640-psu-tier-list-40-rev-103/

 

Stille (Desktop)

i7-8700k @5.15Ghz (Delidded) - Cryorig H7 Ultimate - 16GB Vengeance LPX - Armor GTX 1080 - SanDisk Plus 480GB - Crucial MX500 500GB - Intel 660P 1TB SSD - (2x) WD Red 2TB - EVGA G3 650w - Corsair 760T

Macbook Pro 2015 (Musicians live and die by these, unfortunately I need one. :/
i7-4980HQ (Liquid Metal mod) - 16GB DDR3 - Radeon M370X (Liquid Metal mod) 

El-Sleep (ProxMox server)

2x Xeon E5-2667  - 48GB ECC DDR3 - Quadro 4000 - Dell H310 HBA (Flashed with IT firmware) -500GB Crucial MX500 (Proxmox Host) Kingston 128GB SSD (FreeNAS dev/ID passthrough) - 4x4TB Toshiba N300 HDD

Toys: Oculus Rift CV1, Oculus Quest, about half a dozen raspberry Pis (2b to 4), Arduino Uno, Arduino Mega, Arduino nano (x3), Arduino nano pro, Atomic Pi. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Brink2Three said:

Set it back to stock in the BIOS and try running a stress test. CPU temps should not go above 70c stock with that water cooler. If it does after a few minutes, I'd say the pump is dead. (Usually covered with warrenty though)

 

yeah warrenty doesn't matter cause now i'm in Brazil... so... Yeah... Fuck me... 

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