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Windows 7: CPU Temps way to high please help

06 Aug 2013   #21
Vaas

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

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How about the air coming out of the radiator? Is it cool, warm, very hot? Have you done anything in the BIOS to disable the CPUs power saving features? You have almost the same CPU I had on an old gaming build of mine (AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition @3.4GHz) and when I disabled the power saving features in BIOS the temps skyrocketed. From an idle of 25-30C to 55-65C after it was running for awhile.
EDIT: It's called AMD Cool and Quiet and was listed in my BIOS as CPU Phase Control.
The air coming out of the radiator is slightly cool, i went into bios and my AMD Cool and quiet was already set to "Auto" (there was no enable feature) also something worth mentioning is that my case feels is fairly cool if that matters at all.

Gosh this is annoying thanks alot for the reply!
Vaas
Then what about the cooling hoses going to and from the CPU? If they are both cool and/or even in temperature then I believe you have a failing cooling pump, only able to move just enough coolant to keep the computer from shutting down.
They are both somewhat of the same temperature (slighty warm'ish) How do i fix a failing cooling pump if thats what it is?

Thanks for the replys,
Vaas


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06 Aug 2013   #22
herqulees

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

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The air coming out of the radiator is slightly cool, i went into bios and my AMD Cool and quiet was already set to "Auto" (there was no enable feature) also something worth mentioning is that my case feels is fairly cool if that matters at all.

Gosh this is annoying thanks alot for the reply!
Vaas
Then what about the cooling hoses going to and from the CPU? If they are both cool and/or even in temperature then I believe you have a failing cooling pump, only able to move just enough coolant to keep the computer from shutting down.
They are both somewhat of the same temperature (slighty warm'ish) How do i fix a failing cooling pump if thats what it is?

Thanks for the replys,
Vaas
Just for the heck of it, and if you're okay trying it, try quickly touching the cooling block on the CPU, if the CPU really is 80C+ any time period longer than a tap will burn. So if you're okay with the small risk touch it really fast to see how hot it is, if it isn't hot then the CPU isn't hot or somehow the cooling block isn't touching the CPU (highly doubt that). As far as the cooling pump you can't do much more than replace it sadly.
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06 Aug 2013   #23
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

I have not heard all the computer cooling pumps in the would but the ones I have listen to don't make a bunch of noise. That is why I asked for all the specs filled in. (What brand of pump) then I could do some research and see if others are having that kind of problem.
Is the 77C under gaming load or a idle, or what. 77C under gaming load is not bad.
The load put on the computer will also up clock it or down clock it. Of course so will temps.
I don't ask for this information because I can't find something better to do.
I like and want to help. I can't do it without information. Any body can through out a bunch of guesses. A noisy pump can be caused by air in the system ect. Is this cooling system a $600.00 custom build or a H100i ect.
The case is a mid size case with two video cards. Are their extra fans installed for cooling?
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06 Aug 2013   #24
MouseGolf

Windows 7 64 Bit
 
 

Boot into BIOS and check the temperature there, it should be very accurate. If not, I suspect a sensor on the mobo for the cpu is bogus.
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06 Aug 2013   #25
Vaas

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

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I have not heard all the computer cooling pumps in the would but the ones I have listen to don't make a bunch of noise. That is why I asked for all the specs filled in. (What brand of pump) then I could do some research and see if others are having that kind of problem.
Is the 77C under gaming load or a idle, or what. 77C under gaming load is not bad.
The load put on the computer will also up clock it or down clock it. Of course so will temps.
I don't ask for this information because I can't find something better to do.
I like and want to help. I can't do it without information. Any body can through out a bunch of guesses. A noisy pump can be caused by air in the system ect. Is this cooling system a $600.00 custom build or a H100i ect.
I got my computer custom built and they used a stock water cooling so i don't know what brand it is T.T the 77C is at idle

Thanks for the reply
Vaas
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06 Aug 2013   #26
herqulees

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
I have not heard all the computer cooling pumps in the would but the ones I have listen to don't make a bunch of noise. That is why I asked for all the specs filled in. (What brand of pump) then I could do some research and see if others are having that kind of problem.
Is the 77C under gaming load or a idle, or what. 77C under gaming load is not bad.
The load put on the computer will also up clock it or down clock it. Of course so will temps.
I don't ask for this information because I can't find something better to do.
I like and want to help. I can't do it without information. Any body can through out a bunch of guesses. A noisy pump can be caused by air in the system ect. Is this cooling system a $600.00 custom build or a H100i ect.
No one is trying to ignore you, just some of your questions have been redundant is all. Though yes water system details would be nice, I just haven't asked for it myself because it wasn't required info in my questioning. He has said the cooling pump sounds the same as usual and that the radiator fan is clean and moving, verified by the fans reported RPMs, along with he says the coolant is fine, and he's shown that these temps are at idle with nothing going on.
Another thing in my mind is what type of coolant is in use? I'm not a water cooling pro but don't some need to be flushed every once and awhile otherwise they clog?
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06 Aug 2013   #27
Vaas

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

I was told my type of water cooling system does not need to be flushed/refilled
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06 Aug 2013   #28
herqulees

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

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I was told my type of water cooling system does not need to be flushed/refilled
Okay, darn thought I was on to something haha. Seeing as you bought it as a custom made water cooled computer and was told it never needed to be serviced I'm going to assume it's a closed loop system, nothing user serviceable. Something like this. CORSAIR H55 Quiet CPU Coolers - Newegg.com Does it look similar to that? No place to add/remove coolant.
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06 Aug 2013   #29
kbrady1979

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
 
 

Do you have a spec sheet that came with your PC from the builders?
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06 Aug 2013   #30
Vaas

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

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I was told my type of water cooling system does not need to be flushed/refilled
Okay, darn thought I was on to something haha. Seeing as you bought it as a custom made water cooled computer and was told it never needed to be serviced I'm going to assume it's a closed loop system, nothing user serviceable. Something like this. CORSAIR H55 Quiet CPU Coolers - Newegg.com Does it look similar to that? No place to add/remove coolant.
Yes it looks very close to that
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