Force shut down PC Tags: Water Cooling Shutdown Components Software Overclocking Last response: May 15, 2012 9:17 PM in Overclocking Share grandpatzer May 15, 2012 8:55:37 PM I'm a bit worried about pump dying and my components frying. Is there any software out there that easily force power off to PC if temperatures reach a specific temperature, lets say 70c. More about : force shut | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove rubix_1011 Overclocking Expert May 15, 2012 9:06:17 PM RealTemp and CoreTemp both have the ability to instantiate a shutdown script to perform this exact action. I know for a fact that CoreTemp also includes an example script you can use or edit to your liking. | Report abuse toolmaker_03 May 15, 2012 9:17:19 PM if your over clocking the faster the better, like a power kill, you can always reinstall software if the OS becomes unstable because of a forced shut down, but hardware will always cost to replace. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Overclocking>Force shut down PC> Related ressources: ForumY DOES IT SAY FORCE SHUT DOWN WHEN NOTHINGS RUNNING? ForumWindows 7 force shut down ForumPb with force shut down ForumSolve PC Force shut down Problem ForumHow to turn off force shutdown messages while shutting down the pc windows 7 ForumPC Won't power off when shut down . ForumForced shut-down perspective ForumProblem in my laptop during shut down always getting force shut down message ForumNew PC worked for 2 months, then shut down , now it won’t post. ForumPC doesn't shut down . ForumY DOES IT SAY FORCE SHUT DOWN WHEN NOTHINGS RUNNING? ForumWindows 7 force shut down ForumHelp ! Pc won't shut down properly or restart !! ForumPC weird shut down error ForumCrysis makes PC shut down after a while. (Sapphire 3870x2) ForumWindows 7 force shut down ForumBest $53 Heatsinks Forum2500k won't idle down after bios update Forum5000€ Watercooled SL3 Brute Force PC ForumDropping Vcore down a bit on OC'ing my 2600k & heat More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !