gpi auto (1.1)
cpu pll auto (1.8)
temps = 35-40c idle 65-70 load
gpu - 42c-50c
linx passed 20 times on max memory took 1:30 hours
prime95 passed 24-30 hours
intelburntest passed all 5 times no errors
wtheck is going on? its stable but when i launch counterstrike 1.6 which shouldnt even take any thing to load or play 2-3 mins into the game the whole system freezes.
i've tried going stock settings in bios still freezes, i've tried taking out every single part and putting them back in with new thermal paste, etc. I've tried reinstalling steam and counterstrike also reinstalling my display driver (it worked for a while then it started freezing again) i've updated my bios and yea... what am i doing wrong here? i've passed every test i've tried changing qpi and cpu pll still nothing. do i have a defective product? cpu, mobo, or gpu?
I would Guess its the Game... All of your System components should be fine. I would Try Resetting all your stock clocks (Write down all of your settings first) and see if that fixes it? any temp readings?
Maybe faulty coding?
Sounds like you are having fun...
Edit= Sorry I see that you Did reset all stock settings...
It could be faulty ram...
Try using a blend torture test on prime 95 for 6+ hours, watch all your temps very carefully. if everything checks out then i guess Steam just screwed you over.
April 27, 2010 9:52:35 PM
Man i with some trouble here, io have a I7 930, Asus P6TD Delux and a Zalman 9700NT Cooler...
I decided buy a zalman cooler because with a box cooler i got 80º at full load. without overclock.
Fine... I changed the cooler and now with stock cores i have good temps i belive.
When i try overclock my system i got really high temps again.
With 4ghz temps jump to 90º + easily!
Intel Core I7 930, P6TD Delux, Corsair HX 1000Watts, HD 5870 1gb GDDR5. Zalman 9700NT.