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Konig
Level 10
Hi I got some problems with my pc and I'm trying to figure out what the issue is.

My pc specs
maximum extreme viii
6700k
32gb corsair dominator platinum
Asus strix 1080 sli
EVGA GOLD 850w supply *

Today when I tried over clock my cpu to 4.3ghz and using 1.2v I had a problem where pc would restart couple times then it just shut down and ever since that when I press start button I get a instant shutdown I tried clear CMOS ETC *but did not work I took all my stuff apart checked the socket etc and then rasemblds everything and now when I press start system just hangs at Q 00 and the switch BIOS buton don't work it stays on bios 1 so ya I wonder what is broken maybe cpu dead or motherboard idk I got no spare board or cpu.


This is what happened at start when I did 4.3ghz and 1.2volt *https://vid.me/kzZj *But at this stage the bios switch button did work but when I took my pc apart and but motherboard on a test bench and removed all ram and checked cpu I now get 00 code and bios buton no work. The cpu does get hot when I turn it on so hmmm I'm not sure if cpu is dead maybe ram or motherboard idk and what sucks more is in Sweden warranty don't cover stuff like this xmp or overcloxked ram cpu voids warranty of every thing even gpus*
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Konig
Level 10
Ya I noticed side panel front glass is quite hot to touch but that don't make sense cuz I got 16x fans in my case. I don't think side fan is a problem because the side fan is intake just like the front fans so it sould help the front fans.

I liked my z170 maximus extreme board more than my formula ix because the extreme had better spacing on the pcie slots

Maybe my fans are ****, I heard lot of bad stuff about those new corsair MLF fans.

XD what you mean with reduce my oc I don't think a small 100mhz on my 7700k would be considering a OC also voltage is un touched.*

PS custom fan curve thing only works when the software is running in background and I don't like many programs in the background, probably sould flash my gpus with custom bios and set my own fan curve in the bios, sadly there is no pascal bios editor yet**

Konig wrote:
Ya I noticed side panel front glass is quite hot to touch but that don't make sense cuz I got 16x fans in my case. I don't think side fan is a problem because the side fan is intake just like the front fans so it sould help the front fans.

I liked my z170 maximus extreme board more than my formula ix because the extreme had better spacing on the pcie slots

Maybe my fans are ****, I heard lot of bad stuff about those new corsair MLF fans.

XD what you mean with reduce my oc I don't think a small 100mhz on my 7700k would be considering a OC also voltage is un touched.*

PS custom fan curve thing only works when the software is running in background and I don't like many programs in the background, probably sould flash my gpus with custom bios and set my own fan curve in the bios, sadly there is no pascal bios editor yet**


That's a red flag, right there, the warm glass. And I mean that your front fans are sucking air into the case, but the proximity of the side fans blows into the air coming in the front thus disturbing front to rear air flow, potentially trapping warm air in the case. Removing the side panel and/or disabling the side fans at the front is an easy enough task to check if thermals drop. Also, where are the bottom fans blowing? Into the PSU or bottom of the VGA? Ideally you'd want the side fans blowing directly into the side of the VGA cards. Again, easy enough to disable side and bottom fans and check to see if temps reduce. If not remove side panel and see what happens.

According to your fan layout you have a fan blowing directly towards the end of the top VGA and onto your VRM and CPU which is good. But bottom fan blowing air up and potentially disrupting THAT fans rearward airflow could render its warm air dissipation from both VGA's and the VRM's redundant. In theory the layout is good, but the fans might also be counteracting each others directional flow, consequently trapping warm air, preventing adequate cooling of components. Especially with two 1080's in such close quarters. One card will warm the other as a result so pushing that air away from them is critical.

Not sure about your fans. Which model, exactly? Just for comparison, I have two Deepcool TF 120's pulling air in the front, one pushing air out of the rear and a 120mm fan that came with the case pushing air out through the top. My thermals under gaming load are as follows;
PCH: 41C
MB: 31C
SSD: 27C
HDD: 30C
CPU: 35-40C with Deepcool Lucifer V2 with 140mm fan
VGA: 55C
DIMM's: 34C

I set my case fans to the PCH as they are the hottest component, and temperatures never fluctuate significantly. This ensures consistent operation and air flow by the case fans. I do only have one 1070, though.

Oh yeah, I forgot you managed 4.6Ghz at 1.0v. Which again raises a red flag. At that voltage one would imagine thermals would not be an issue.

Whatever program you are using for fan curves, run it. Make sure fans are operating consistently at RPM's that allow them to move air efficiently. Again, from my personal experience, I initially set my case fans to react to CPU temps. When the Lucifer spooled up it cooled the CPU quickly which lowered case fan RPM's. I put my hand near the rear exhaust fan and felt air trickling out...HOT air. As a result MB temps were 39C and PCH temps were 49C. Just because you THINK you have good air flow doesn't mean you do. Warm air trapped in the case will rise and inevitably make its way through your rad fans. Warm air will not cool the coolant significantly which will make its way to the CPU ineffectively cooling it in turn. Or rad fan air blowing in counteracts other fans air flow again contributing to disruption and trapping warm air inside.

One other thing I forgot to mention in earlier posts is that if your cooler is faulty, the CPU will heat up components surrounding it, as well. Or it may simply be due to my previous theory of warm air trapped in the case rising through rad fans, but the same consequence occurs.

Either way I suggest you try these simple approaches and prevent another conceivable catastrophe. You'll figure it out and if you need to you can adjust case fans to ensure optimal air flow, or you get a new CPU cooler. Good luck.
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Nate152
Moderator
Since your 1080's are hitting 85c - 90c they are likely thermal throttling, try cranking the fans to 100% on both gpu's with GPU Tweak II and see if this helps lower temps.

The two bottom fans are pushing air up to the gpu because my PSU is insolated in another compartment on the other side of the case and increasing RPMs of fans that's kinda bad idea considering I'm running already at like 2000rpm on everything it's so loud the sound gets into my ears while gaming so ya something is wrong I probably would get a new cooler or something.

I been thinking of doing my own custom loop before but doing that would remove the warranty of my two 1080s and I realy don't want that another thing is that I really like asus aura sync on the gpus and doing a custom loop would remove that sad I kinda wish asus would done a all in one liquid cooling model of the 1080s kinda how they did with 980s having hybrid cooling.


Cooling of 1080 is pretty good just bad when you have two cards sandwiched together and compared to standard nivida cards they don't push air out of case like those blower fan card but instead air gets inside case which is bad when you have two 350w cards puting out all that heat in the case and up to the small 280mm radiator.

I use asus fan expert 4 software and it manages all fans pretty good, when I touch my exhaust fans I fell hot air coming out so I don't think hot air is being trapped inside the case what I think it could be is my two 1080s puting out all the hot air into the radiator since my radiator is set up as push pull as an exhaust and that would mean it would take the hot air inside the case and cool the cpu also considering how close the gpus are to the radiator fans

Before with my single 970strix I had like 35-45c gaming temps.

I have tried open up the side panel and leave it like that and yes temps get like couple degrees cooler but having my side panel open would add loads of dust over time since all my fan intakes and outtakes are fan filtered and I do have a CAT in my room xD so leaving my side panel would be like shooting my self in the foot


PS my liquid is 43c hot at least that's what corsair link says.*

I guess I get a new all in one cooler then see if temps are same or not.*

Nate152
Moderator
Before getting a new cooler I'd reconfigure your fans and try the rad fans as intake instead of exhaust, this will throw a little more heat into your case and I'd also crank the fans up on your 1080's.

Just something to try before spending money on a new cooler.

panzlock
Level 12
If the rear fan is at high RPM and still blowing hot air out, there is definitely excess heat trapped in the case. 1080's being the primary source for that.

43C for coolant is warm. Rad fans operating as they should? What about the coolant pump? Seems more and more likely the pump is failing.

I'd still set up the fans in a streamlined in/out configuration. No fans blowing up or down, just front to back. Ensure the VGA cards are receiving airflow pushing excess heat toward exhaust fan.
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Buellersdayoff
Level 7
As suggested definitely try the rad fans as intake, Also remove one gpu for a period to see what results are achieved. Just a few easy things to try before you go buy a new cooler.

panzlock
Level 12
The rad fans as front intake is a good idea. Right now you have bottom fans feeding warm air from VGA's to rad fan and a coolant temp reading of 43 C, if I'm not mistaken? Are there any HDD cages in the way of front intake fans? This will disperse/divert air flow coming into the case.

Also, despite the design of your case I feel that with all the fans you have blowing air in various directions you turned your PC case into a small convection oven. As you pointed out the side panel feels warm to the touch. One possible indicator is warm air trapped in that region.
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Konig
Level 10
Update to my situation. I delided my 7700k and my load temp went down by like 40c that realy funny, dialed in a 5.2ghz oc 1.42v and I get max load temps of 78c before even stock 4.5 ghz would hit 99c+. Realy disappointing that you pay so much money for a cpu and that intel don't even bother put good paste.