Processor cores burn roughly 20/25 degrees to 50/60 degrees in a fraction of a second when I use a stress test.
Here's a video of the problem, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWAzAyb1f_c V 20180513 102648 vHDR Auto - YouTube
The system and cooled with a watercooling Corsair hydro h110i.
Thank you in advance for your help.
Les cœurs du processeur chauffent brutalement de 20/25 degrés jusqu'à 50/60 degrés en une fraction de seconde quand j'utilise un stress test.
Le système et refroidie avec un watercooling Corsair hydro h110i.
Merci à l'avance pour votre aide.
I understand you are running a stress test and the processor temperature reports up to 60C. Let me help you on this matter.
Please bear in mind that every processor generation micro-architecture has variations in its behavior.
Momentary processor temperature changes from the idle temperature are normal behavior under ordinary operating conditions. Sustained high processor temperatures may be observed if you are currently running processor intense applications for a period of time.
Based on the youtube video I have noticed that your processor is working within the specifications.
You can try running the following diagnostic tool on the processor. This will inform of a possible heat problem:
Thank you for the updating this thread.
I would like to know if the computer shuts down automatically when reaches that temperature. Do you have any type of instability problem?
I found the problem, and fortunately nothing wrong. With the default bios of the asus maximus ix formula, the Vcore climbed to 1.41 V instead of 1.248 V, resulting in a very high temperature. So I fixed the Vcore manually at 1.248 V, and everything and normal now ..
I am glad to hear this is working for you after changing some BIOS settings. I am sure this will help other peers in the community.
Thank you for your feedback.