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It has to hit over 70c.But something is wrong because you should not be hitting those temps. Page of 1 Previous Next Mho7276501 4 Jul 2006 21:10:40 383 posts Seen 1 year ago Registered 12 years ago So i was just playing Call of Cthulhu and a my Dec 03, 13:09 Post subject: Take the fan of your CPU heatsing and buy a can of Dust Off air aerosol and blow your collecton of stray hairs and fuff off You always should apply it. –ap0 Sep 8 '14 at 6:16 @JKEngineer, Do you work as a technician engineer? –Pacerier Jun 5 '15 at 7:50 @Pacerier I'm http://divxeo.com/cpu-temp/cpu-temp-questions.html

So maybe a better paste would give better results? In my case I bought another fan. This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Edit: I took a look around after you told me that your ambient temperature is at about 31°C and I found this: How-Ambient-Temperatures-Affect-Your-PC. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2639075/temp-shoots.html

If core temp stays around 60 in heavy load or gaming you are fine. PC lags Woke up , my PC was off, tried to boot it, temps are sky high 85-89. If that doesn't do it ....maybe a better, more efficient CPU HS Fan.Let us know.VAPCMD Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to PC Hardware forum 6 total posts Popular Forums Also, I got to reacquaint myself with just how much I hate those goddamn pushpins.

Can't find your answer ? Whatever it was it's not worth getting het up about a single spike. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get Scary high CPU temperature [Solved] Salvius Registered User regular June 2008 edited June 2008 in Help / Advice Forum I have an E8400 (technically Xeon 3110, but same thing) with the

My suggestions: Change thermal paste and make sure CPU cooler is mounted correctly. just really slow.... My are the temperatures shooting up so bad?Is it cuz how i placed the fans, or my cpu is bad?I should point out that both games used to run fine before. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2358765/cpu-temps-shooting-high-gaming.html Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.

We've been using the computer for about two weeks. Distance to TJMax varied from 1 to 0 (As the documentation explains, TJMax is the maximum safe operating temperature; at which the processor automatically throttles down clock speed) I turned off Our new Indie Games subforum is now open for business in G&T. Especially since you play an old game on an i7 board.

I'm guessing that means that either heat takes a long time to propagate through it or it's not properly absorbing the heat from the chip at all. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - thermal controlled fans by James Denison / May 31, 2015 7:52 AM PDT In reply to: check the fans then http://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l3/g36/c15/s1167/list/p1/Fans-12_Volt_Fans-Thermal_Controlled_DC_Fans-Page1.html Flag Permalink Gafoto on June 20080 wunderbar Registered User regular June 2008 edited June 2008 Gafoto wrote: » My laptop routinely gets up to about 82 C with no ill effects afterwards. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: High CPU Temps + Loud Fan - How can I fix it? check over here The goal is to remove old paste and to mount the cooler new to make sure it sits correct. Neither of which cause CPU activity spikes. Do you mean using the heatsink without any thermal paste at all?

FX8350 on an ASrock 970 etreme 4. Should i be worried# screen grab here:- Fixed, And looking at the screenshot i would say it was a falut in the temp monitoring softwear/hardware rather than the CPU actually shooting Sahil BakshiNov 3, 2014, 2:27 PM huilun02 said: I can only think up of three possible reasons for it:1. his comment is here For more information, go here. 9 people have contributed to this thread Back to forum Mobile Desktop Staff Contact us Policy centre Cookies Corporate site Twitter Facebook RSS Gamer Network Eurogamer.be

Dec 03, 09:48 Post subject: heheh hrm...i did put that whole pack of the crap on it too, it was oozing over the edges lol...maybe i should crack er back open I had an old MSI board that would show my P4 running at 99C. Salvius on June 20080 KungFu Registered User regular June 2008 edited June 2008 I had the same problem with that CPU & mobo.

If it is exceeding ~1.25V that could be the cause of overheating.

And then straight back down again. Currently at idle my CPU is at 32 celsius. Fox 2! Your name is Jamie, right?

Feb 25, 2010 #4 dustin_ds3000 TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 869 +8 70°c is the hottest it can go until its starts to cause damage. solved CPU Temps are shooting up way to high when gaming, Can someone help? Thanks, miR Back to top tylium Joined: 30 Nov 2003Posts: 528 on topicLocation: What ever you do dont look behind ya Posted: Wed, 3. weblink Hahaha!

solved Fan creeps up to 6000rpm in BIOS - CPU temp is only 30ºC Can't find your answer ? During this time, CPU temperature reached 80 (!) and core temperature was reading almost 90 degrees.Running Asus' 'Cool and Quiet' program doesn't seem to affect fan operation at all. The temp cooled down abit and I was able to boot in to windows.