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Windows 7: BSOD - Not sure of issue, DM log fire attached

03 Feb 2015   #31
Golden
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64
 
 

Do search for IntelBurnTest in our tutorial section. Run the Standard test and use HWInfo as described in the tutorial to take note of the maximum temp.

I don't use anything except HWInfo to monitor temps.


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03 Feb 2015   #32
ZhadowZ

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Golden View Post
Do search for IntelBurnTest in our tutorial section. Run the Standard test and use HWInfo as described in the tutorial to take note of the maximum temp.

I don't use anything except HWInfo to monitor temps.
Thats what I used.
I ran a log with it so I could upload it here. And it wants to open it in Excel but since this site won't let me upload Excel documents I just took a screenshot of the numbers.

That picture I showed you is a Temp Log of my CPU with HWInfo.
It reached a maximum of about 62 and then crashed.
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03 Feb 2015   #33
Golden
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64
 
 

Ah ok. What is the rated max. temp. Of the CPU?
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03 Feb 2015   #34
ZhadowZ

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

Here is a picture while I have been playing about 10 minutes. When I open up browser plus game I get a 70 Celsius CPU warning. That cannot be good at all.

When I looked it up I am seeing 62 is Max Temp.
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03 Feb 2015   #35
Golden
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64
 
 

Ok. That explains why it BSOD'S under load....you need a solution to keep it cooler. Have you considered a water-cooling kit? I'll ask Steve to drop by - he's all over the cooling gear.
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03 Feb 2015   #36
ZhadowZ

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Golden View Post
Ok. That explains why it BSOD'S under load....you need a solution to keep it cooler. Have you considered a water-cooling kit? I'll ask Steve to drop by - he's all over the cooling gear.
I already have a Cooler Master 212 Evo CPU Fan. I am wondering if I need to turn the speeds up.
I am as well going to clean my case tomorrow, but it doesn't seem all that dirty....

In all honesty, I will be getting a new CPU here soon because this one is pretty out dated but I am just wanting to make sure 100% that its my CPU.

Obviously the test shows there is something wrong, but I don't feel its 100% and I guess I won't know until I replace it.
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03 Feb 2015   #37
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

What's giving you the warning? HWInfo is showing 62 as the high temp. As I recall AMD says shutdown temp on that CPU is 61, I think. But whatever it is, there is definitely a cooling problem. I would make sure all of the dust is out of the case and especially the CPU radiator and the old thermal Paste is removed and new paste applied. Your Hyper 212 should be sufficient enough to cool that CPU, but it is not. So, you do have a problem there somewhere. Clean and re paste the CPU and cooler. If that doesn't work, I would look into a new AIO CPU cooler. If you are overclocking, set everything back to defaults.

With your cooler you should not be getting temps that high. Either that cooler is not functioning right or you need more fans to bring cool air into the case, or clean up the wiring so it does not block airflow. But, over time thermal paste will dry out and need re pasting. That is what helps transfer the heat from the CPU to the cooler. I think if you will try all of those things, you will see better temps.

Good airflow inside the case is a must. No matter what cooler you get, it uses the air inside the case to cool the CPU. If the air inside the case is hot, you won't get too much cooling of anything. Adding more intake fans to pull cooler air into the case helps a lot. Then the cooler has cool air to take the heat out of the CPU. If it were mine, I would do all of those things and re paste the CPU. Even if you are getting a new CPU soon, there is no reason to melt that one which is very subject to happen, unless the changes are made.
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03 Feb 2015   #38
ZhadowZ

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

You are going to crap yours pants when you see what my CPU Fan looked like.
I have cleaned the dust before within my computer, but never removed the fans from the CPU Fan and looked behind them.

Not to mention I have a very big dog (Alaskan Malamute) So I need to start cleaning and maintaining my computer much more often.

I cleaned it out, re-did my thermal paste and my idle temps went down like 6-9 degrees which is ALOT.

Now, once I cleaned everything and fired back up the PC the only thing I have noticed is:
--Its louder, but thats because my CPU fan is already causing airflow again. So thats good.
----When I first fired up my PC, my PWR_Fan was at like 100 RPM but eventually it worked up to about 1600 RPM but it took like 2- 3minutes, is that normal?

Now, I am about to open up Dota 2. The game that has been causing alot of CPU heat because its so CPU dependent and see if my temps stay below 60!
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03 Feb 2015   #39
ZhadowZ

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

Okay, last night while just idling on the menu of Dota 2 (not in game). I was running at 58!

Now, cleaned up. I am running 37 while idling on the menu! So lets hope once in game it stays at this temp!
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03 Feb 2015   #40
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

You should see a big improvement after cleaning up that mess. However, I did not crap my pants, but I would also suggest re applying thermal paste. If you need instructions, I can help.
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