I changed from AMD to Intel and i looked at the temperature and they look crazy.
They go up and down really quick. ( 30°C to 60°C when i launch something, then goes down)
Can you guys help me, to check if everything is ok in the bios and in the pc with sofware?
Thank you in advance.
Sure, I can help you.
Please let me gather more information regarding your system configuration, so please provide the following;
Thank you for the information provided.
I noticed that there is a newer BIOS version available from MSI, that version is 1.1. Can you please give it a try and see if it makes any difference? Find the file here; https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/Z270-A-PRO.html# down-bios
Let me know how it goes.
I update it, it didn't change much, but i'm thinking i didn't put enough TIM, or just not right.
I ordered some TIM, i'll try to clean the CPU well and put enough of the new TIM and see if there is a difference.
Thank for helping, i'll keep you informed.
Links, yes the behavior is similar. I must say that once I started working on /message/465355 Daams's case that came to my mind; however, here the matter is related to an Skylake processor and the thread you mentioned refers to an investigation with Kaby Lake processors. It is possible that re-applying TIM can help, and I really want to know those results.
Thanks for the update.
That is really good to hear!
One thing that I would to mentioned is that playing game or running a stress test are CPU intensive tasks, so it is expected that the frequency and temperatures increase. The change you made improved significantly these parameters while running these tasks, and your systems is behaving completely fine.