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Windows 7: Performance log for overheating or RAM problems?

21 Aug 2013   #1
brucemc777

 
 
Performance log for overheating or RAM problems?

Hello!

For the third time (it happens every five to ten years...), I had a computer that was rebooting out of nowhere on me. This time it was doing so when running a video conversion program. I took a stab that it was poor heat transfer from CPU to heat sink, got some thermal grease (compound) and resat my CPU, and problem solved.

I would like to know if there is an internal performance log that I could inspect that might define the problem - overheating, bad RAM, whatever - instead of my guessing. I have had similar with bad RAM and of course found that by either running diagnostics, pulling a chip or both, but it seems problems that have these as the solutions would be reasonable to leave a log entry and take the guess-work, or extra investigation, out of the loop.

Thoughts?


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22 Aug 2013   #2
madcratebuilder

Win8/8.1,Win7-U64, Vista U64, uncounted Linux distor's
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by brucemc777 View Post
Hello!

For the third time (it happens every five to ten years...), I had a computer that was rebooting out of nowhere on me. This time it was doing so when running a video conversion program. I took a stab that it was poor heat transfer from CPU to heat sink, got some thermal grease (compound) and resat my CPU, and problem solved.

I would like to know if there is an internal performance log that I could inspect that might define the problem - overheating, bad RAM, whatever - instead of my guessing. I have had similar with bad RAM and of course found that by either running diagnostics, pulling a chip or both, but it seems problems that have these as the solutions would be reasonable to leave a log entry and take the guess-work, or extra investigation, out of the loop.

Thoughts?
For a temperature log, a program like HWinfo64 well allow you to run a log on the system.
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