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help with temperature

Bellaziciao
Level 7
Good morning everybody, I have a problem with my pc, recently my workstation started to overheat in idle, as now, with 45 °C !
I've already resetted my cmos to default, but the problem persist!
My configuration:
BIOS -> default 2101
CPU-> i7-5820k
GPU-> strix 960 4gB
cooler-> corsair h100i gtx
PSU-> corsair rm750
ram-> ripjsaws4 F4-3000C15Q-32GRBB

Already tried to switch every bios from 2001 to 3501

Thanks for the support!

PS. i've connected my liquid cooler pump directly to molex with an adaptor becouse of corsair link 4 problem on windows 10
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Zka17
Level 16
Not sure why did you reflash the BIOS for a temperature problem... how where/are the voltages?

I would have first check the cooler... connect the fans directly to the PSU, see if the temps are coming down...
Check the CPU block if it is still securely attached...

Zka17 wrote:
Not sure why did you reflash the BIOS for a temperature problem... how where/are the voltages?

I would have first check the cooler... connect the fans directly to the PSU, see if the temps are coming down...
Check the CPU block if it is still securely attached...




on the cooler everything seems ok, i checked the plate, and the radiator, all ok
Nothing more to check, no-one have the same cooler?
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Bellaziciao
Level 7
this is 2 screen of hwmon
the configuration is:
the cooler punt directly on the psu at max power I suppose!
the controller of the pump, a usb2.0, is detached from the modo, and the software unistalled, becouse otherwise, in the boot the temperature reach 70+°C
the fun for the cooler are connected on the motherboard and set to max, with no effort on the temperature


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Zka17
Level 16
Mate, your Vcore is waaay too high!!! You need to go in BIOS and double-check it...
high voltage = high temperature
It is better to set it manually in BIOS... if it is on Auto, for some reason may spike...

Zka17 wrote:
Mate, your Vcore is waaay too high!!! You need to go in BIOS and double-check it...
high voltage = high temperature
It is better to set it manually in BIOS... if it is on Auto, for some reason may spike...
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Any suggestion on the right voltage for the vcore ?

Zka17
Level 16
Could you, please, share the exact info about your motherboard and CPU?
You said that your CPU is 8520K - but those where not produced yet by Intel, not sure about AMD either... is it a 5820K?
Also, if you go in BIOS, the Vcore is also 1.8V there?
And, are you using any OC'ing software from OS (like AiSuite)?

Zka17 wrote:
Could you, please, share the exact info about your motherboard and CPU?
You said that your CPU is 8520K - but those where not produced yet by Intel, not sure about AMD either... is it a 5820K?


yess, it's 5820k, not 8520k!
this is a new screenshot from hwinfo
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and this from cpu-z

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Zka17
Level 16
And here is the guide for Haswell-E OC'ing: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?51063-The-Haswell-E-Overclocking-Thread-and-Overclocking-G...
(well, if your CPU is a Haswell-E)...

Bellaziciao
Level 7
it's not just for overclocking, i was able 1 months ago, to do 4,5 core/4,2 cache @ 1, 28v, full load @60°C, now at stock, i cant have less than 43°C!
What could be?