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June 28, 2013 8:50:15 PM

For some reason, every now and then my temperatures will go to 105 degrees, and each core will be on 100%. If I run maxprime for an hour, my temperatures go to around 51-53 degrees. So I know it's not a hardware problem.

What do you think is causing this? I have used rkill to kill any malware processes and it doesn't find any to kill.

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June 28, 2013 9:02:51 PM

Jimbob1 said:
For some reason, every now and then my temperatures will go to 105 degrees, and each core will be on 100%. If I run maxprime for an hour, my temperatures go to around 51-53 degrees. So I know it's not a hardware problem.

What do you think is causing this? I have used rkill to kill any malware processes and it doesn't find any to kill.


PC specs please, including cooler
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June 28, 2013 9:05:55 PM

nhapz said:
Jimbob1 said:
For some reason, every now and then my temperatures will go to 105 degrees, and each core will be on 100%. If I run maxprime for an hour, my temperatures go to around 51-53 degrees. So I know it's not a hardware problem.

What do you think is causing this? I have used rkill to kill any malware processes and it doesn't find any to kill.


PC specs please, including cooler


What temps are you talking about...are these cpu temps or mobo temps.......and please give us your specs
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June 28, 2013 9:07:09 PM

ayushde said:
nhapz said:
Jimbob1 said:
For some reason, every now and then my temperatures will go to 105 degrees, and each core will be on 100%. If I run maxprime for an hour, my temperatures go to around 51-53 degrees. So I know it's not a hardware problem.

What do you think is causing this? I have used rkill to kill any malware processes and it doesn't find any to kill.


PC specs please, including cooler


What temps are you talking about...are these cpu temps or mobo temps.......and please give us your specs


CPU temps and my specs are as followed:
i5 3470
Corsair H60
Gigabyte B75M-D3H
Radeon 7770
Corsair 500W PSU

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June 28, 2013 9:21:21 PM

Jimbob1 said:
ayushde said:
nhapz said:
Jimbob1 said:
For some reason, every now and then my temperatures will go to 105 degrees, and each core will be on 100%. If I run maxprime for an hour, my temperatures go to around 51-53 degrees. So I know it's not a hardware problem.

What do you think is causing this? I have used rkill to kill any malware processes and it doesn't find any to kill.



PC specs please, including cooler


What temps are you talking about...are these cpu temps or mobo temps.......and please give us your specs


CPU temps and my specs are as followed:
i5 3470
Corsair H60
Gigabyte B75M-D3H
Radeon 7770
Corsair 500W PSU



Have you already tried to reattach the cooler again? Take it out, clean it, and make sure it is under pressure and well tighten. Is it only a spike of 105 degrees or does it stay for a while?
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June 28, 2013 9:22:52 PM

Jimbob1 said:
ayushde said:
nhapz said:
Jimbob1 said:
For some reason, every now and then my temperatures will go to 105 degrees, and each core will be on 100%. If I run maxprime for an hour, my temperatures go to around 51-53 degrees. So I know it's not a hardware problem.

What do you think is causing this? I have used rkill to kill any malware processes and it doesn't find any to kill.


PC specs please, including cooler


What temps are you talking about...are these cpu temps or mobo temps.......and please give us your specs


CPU temps and my specs are as followed:
i5 3470
Corsair H60
Gigabyte B75M-D3H
Radeon 7770
Corsair 500W PSU



Well maybe the temperature sensor is a faulty one....Maybe it is giving a faulty reading in either of the cases.
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June 28, 2013 9:25:18 PM

ayushde said:
Jimbob1 said:
ayushde said:
nhapz said:
Jimbob1 said:
For some reason, every now and then my temperatures will go to 105 degrees, and each core will be on 100%. If I run maxprime for an hour, my temperatures go to around 51-53 degrees. So I know it's not a hardware problem.

What do you think is causing this? I have used rkill to kill any malware processes and it doesn't find any to kill.


PC specs please, including cooler


What temps are you talking about...are these cpu temps or mobo temps.......and please give us your specs


CPU temps and my specs are as followed:
i5 3470
Corsair H60
Gigabyte B75M-D3H
Radeon 7770
Corsair 500W PSU



Well maybe the temperature sensor is a faulty one....Maybe it is giving a faulty reading in either of the cases.


Yeah, try using the mb software to read the temps, aida64, HWmonitor, and see if they all give you that spike
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June 28, 2013 9:44:33 PM

nhapz said:
ayushde said:
Jimbob1 said:
ayushde said:
nhapz said:
Jimbob1 said:
For some reason, every now and then my temperatures will go to 105 degrees, and each core will be on 100%. If I run maxprime for an hour, my temperatures go to around 51-53 degrees. So I know it's not a hardware problem.

What do you think is causing this? I have used rkill to kill any malware processes and it doesn't find any to kill.



PC specs please, including cooler


What temps are you talking about...are these cpu temps or mobo temps.......and please give us your specs


CPU temps and my specs are as followed:
i5 3470
Corsair H60
Gigabyte B75M-D3H
Radeon 7770
Corsair 500W PSU



Well maybe the temperature sensor is a faulty one....Maybe it is giving a faulty reading in either of the cases.


Yeah, try using the mb software to read the temps, aida64, HWmonitor, and see if they all give you that spike



I can't use my PC, literally it's that slow when the temps go that high...

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