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Amd 1090t shutdown with strange mobo temps.

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March 31, 2012 6:26:34 PM

Hello mates , first post ever.

straight to the point:

I have an ASROCK 970 EXTREME 4 with an AMD 1090T, I overclocked for quite a while with this system but today something strange is happening.

I overclocked the system to 4Ghz 1.45v stable for a while and my temps were quite good, now instead with prime 95 the temps under load are 45 degrees on the hottest core , while the cpu temp is 70!!!!!!

I mean , is it possible such thing? I have a PHANTEKS ph-tc14pe which is a hell of a cooler, but c`mon 25 degrees difference between core and cpu mobo diode?

now what I have is a system that shutsdown when reaching 70-72 degrees and it is quite stressing me up.

when I bought the ASROCK I got it with a faulty NB diode that is giving me always 90 to 120 degrees, so am thinking that the cpu diode went f@@@ed up as well.

I tried to reseat the phanteks and I applied new IC DIAMOND 7 CARAT , but nothing always shutting down with 70 degrees cpu and 45 degrees hottest core.

am using AIDA 64 , SPEEDFAN, AMD OVERDRIVE,ASROCK EXTREME TUNER AND HWINFO64 , all giving me the same temperatures.

is there a way to disable the auto-shutdown in the bios as I cannot find it?

please help guys, I wanna play some games during my day off.....

cheers
March 31, 2012 7:26:31 PM

bump
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March 31, 2012 8:45:44 PM

first do not bump or help will take time to come,for your crash lower your overclock and check if you did not put to much voltage to your cpu
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March 31, 2012 8:49:42 PM

sorry for the bump

no way, the voltage I apply has been good for 1 month , it all started today when this mother(@@@@)board started to give 70 degrees with a phanteks high end cooler!!!!

1.45 v on a phenom II is not a huge voltage, a phanteks can handle 1.55 as well and it will never reach 70!

the stock voltage is 1.425v on my mo(@@@@)bo so 1.45 is just one step above.
March 31, 2012 8:53:30 PM

by the way, the system does not crash, it shuts down to protect the cpu I believe , cause the diode on the mobo is faulty.


the actual core temp is 45, the cpu temp is 70! never saw 25 degrees difference between the two temps, on any motherboard I had in the past.
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March 31, 2012 8:55:47 PM

the phantek could handle more but it is always safe to keep a lower voltage from the maximum the cpu could handle get a overpower on the power line and if cpu is max on volts there be a change you will gooobye to your cpu,suggest you this free one http://www.hwinfo.com/ report back is something is wrong
March 31, 2012 9:03:42 PM

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if you read my first post , you shall find that I used all the possible software to detect the temps.

the voltage is 1.45 , the maximum voltage for the phenom II x6 1090t is 1.55 so am perfectly fine, the cpu is with me , do not worry.


I just need to know why the system is SHUTTING DOWN, no BSOD, SHUTTING DOWN when the cpu temp reaches 70 celsius.
March 31, 2012 9:15:28 PM

ok fella, there is a language barrier here, when I`ll reborn I`ll try to do it in Portugal so that we`ll speak the same language.

1.55 is the limit, not 1.4


I ran 3 phenom II in my life all at 1.47 and I never had a problem.

anyway thanks for the time.
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March 31, 2012 9:19:42 PM

you did not read the link the maximum temp your cpu could handle is 62 celcius
March 31, 2012 9:36:09 PM

HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I`d like an anglophone pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
May 6, 2012 1:21:52 AM

Aeshma said:
ok fella, there is a language barrier here, when I`ll reborn I`ll try to do it in Portugal so that we`ll speak the same language.

1.55 is the limit, not 1.4


I ran 3 phenom II in my life all at 1.47 and I never had a problem.

anyway thanks for the time.


Looks like you have a problem now SMH
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