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ChuChu Train

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  1. This is common issue and it can take an hour or a day to fix it ( for me it took a day). So first of all disconnect all cables from the board ( cpu 4pin, 24 pin and sata). Then remove CMOS and hold power button for 1 minute or more. Leave computer unplugged for like and hour or more. Then plug in 4 pin and 24 pin + display cable and then turn your pc on (Keep cmos battery outside the cpu). If it gives display, place the battery back in its place. If it doesn't then place cmos back and Clear ram carbon contacts and swap ram positions.
  2. This is common issue and it can take an hour or a day to fix it ( for me it took a day). So first of all disconnect all cables from the board ( cpu 4pin, 24 pin and sata). Then remove CMOS and hold power button for 1 minute or more. Leave computer unplugged for like and hour or more. Then plug in 4 pin and 24 pin + display cable and then turn your pc on (Keep cmos battery outside the cpu). If it gives display, place the battery back in its place. If it doesn't then place cmos back and Clear ram carbon contacts and swap ram positions.
  3. Try to turnoff surge protector and physically check temps of different part of motherboards ( around chipset and cpu) .
  4. I had Gigabyte h110mh with i5 6400 and pc would randomly shutdown . I swapped 3 different PSU's and installed clean OS. Sometime it won't restart and I had to pull out main power to discharge 5v from board and turn it on otherwise it would restart in 2m minutes. Sometimes my pc would work for days without restart/shutdown and sometimes it can hardly survive 3 hours of usage. No temp issues on CPU except for motherboard chipset heatsink which seems to be 60c hot on touching with bare hands but temp monitoring shows temps around 30c for chipset part. Till this I haven't figured out the actual ca
  5. So , I removed the Cooler master v8 and got Akasa cooler ( for 50 cents) and applied dot sized paste this time . Now, akasa cooler is not that much noisy and temps make sense now. Pic 1 : temps are playing dota 2 and csgo for an hour . Pic 2 : Running Cinebench for 10 minutes . Pic 3: Cooler I used Now temps difference between cores is 11-15c max which is standard according to Intel users and now I am looking for reasonable cooler in the range of 20-30$ to keep 9100f below 60c. Thank you everyone for helping me out.
  6. Maybe, but other cores should also go up if it is thermal paste issue. I reapplied paste just before making this thread and mounted stock cooler too to check if mounting was the problem. (Temps were above 80c stock cooler wasn't effective). Then I placed Cooler Master v8 on it. BTW I deleted all Asus motherboard utility software cuz they started to freeze when I undervolted pc or nothing would happen when I change fan speeds from the inside. On Facebook forum someone said to open lid and apply paste on the inside of Heatspreader so it fully covers the surface area beneath it. By r
  7. Opening up the lid is last resort. For now I will maybe undervolt it and I am gonna room casing front intake fan because that poor fellow is making "tick tick" noises when running at full speed. I have realised that pc temp only goes higher when under full load (Premiere Pro video exporting for me), so I will use it for another 6 months cuz I have a lot video editing projects to do and I can't afford ordering new cpu right now.
  8. Even when I undervolt (Intel xtu isn't giving me full control), still there is 15-22c difference in core temps and today I had first freeze due to undervolting. Is something physical wrong with cpu?
  9. I used cinebench but Premiere Pro utilitizes all cores at 100% when exporting video. The games I mentioned doesn't use more than 80% cpu so temp for core 1 doesn't go up. I use Premiere Pro most of the time.
  10. Lan cable? My two boards went dead just in few seconds and we suspected lan cable cuz when I bought Asus b360 h third time. Board would auto disconnect lan (Lan surge protection feature in ROG). If I were you I would look for Short and loose wires in case.
  11. I had same issue with my pc where it would crash on Windows logo right after bios and sometimes it would take me to the desktop for few seconds. I replaced psu and it worked for me. BTW that faulty psu was working fine on other computers (tested in repair shops but it won't boot when it was attached to my gigabyte h110m h motherboard). So try to change power supply and post results.
  12. Hi, I have the Pc with following specs : Core i3 9100f Corsair 8gb 2666mhz ram MSI GTX 970 Cooler Master v8 cpu cooler Asus Rog b360h motherboard Antec 300 casing Seasonic 500w semi modular So I put together all parts 3 weeks back (except 970) everything working fine except little but strange issue. Core #1 runs at 20-25c hotter than other cores on mild load or on full load ( Below attached pick is taken after exporting 1080 h264 video in premiere pro). For example remaining cores are running at 50c on load but core 1 is running at 70
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