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ZSoft
Beginner
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My NUC is overheating

The i7 processor of my NUC has temperatures between 70º to 95º, I have already done a complete overhaul, we changed the cooler too, but the temperature does not go down.

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AlHill
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Download, run, and ATTACH (using the paperclip under the toolbar) the results of this utility:

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25293/Intel-System-Support-Utility

 

Doc

ZSoft
Beginner
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Hello friend, I downloaded the program and it generated a LOG that is attached. Can you help me see if it is really overheating?

Trial-Member
New Contributor III
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No support for BRIX is offered here.

Nevertheless and in short form:

As far as I know, the i7-5500u is allowed to reach temperatures of 105°C for a short time. From your screenshot I can see a maximum temperature of 95 °C.

 

I wouldn't panic.

I don't know how loud a BRIX gets at these temperatures,

but the fan of a NUC would speed up dramatically and you are almost inclined to screw the NUC down so that it doesn't take off.

LeonWaksman
Super User
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This is forum for Intel NUC computers. Your computer is not an Intel product. Sorry, we don't support ULTRATOP BRIX computer.

 

Leon

 

ZSoft
Beginner
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Thanks

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