I have a problem with an old Phenom ii x6 1100t throttling down to 800mhz when it hits 49 degrees c. How do i stop or change this? The cores never get over 40 degrees c at full load but i think its the socket temp gets to 49 then shuts down. Thanks
Hmm, run the AIDA64 system stability test for a few minutes and post the results.
aida64 doesn't seem to produce enough heat to get it up there, still running but it is sitting just under at 48c, it is still running but i dont think its going to get there. i have really only encountered it when running prime 95 but wanted to sort it before bothering to oc.
Flick on the GPU stress too. If that +12v reading is correct, that's your problem. Computers don't like their +12v being below 11.9v.
Ok done that but still haven't recreated the problem in aida64. However i did run prime95 with the large fft run and it happens very quickly drops down to x4 multiplier and 800mhz and overdrive reads the cpu vid as 1.15 it normally reads around 1.3 i think as that's what i have it set to in the bios. Is it normal for the voltage to drop with the down clocking it it's this a sign if a failing psu?
Ok so i haven't got an answer as to why it's throttling at such a low temp but i have a work around. Added another cpu fan for push pull and it had dropped the temps so the socket sits at about 40 and cores at about 30 but would still like to know why this thing is shutting down at fairly low temps and what i can do about it. Thanks for your help people.
I wonder if your VRMs are overheating? What're their temps?
Yeah was thinking that but I'm not sure where to find those temps or if this motherboard even has sensors there (m4a87td evo)? Anyway the pull fan from the cpu arrangement now blows right over them so might be helping.
ASUS PC Probe from their website.
Ok what am i doing wrong when ever i try to install it, tells mine doesn't support this model?
Make sure you are using the one from your model's page.
unfortunately it looks like it does not support windows 10 at least i cannot find it on the asus website so id there any other way to see?
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