SgtDeathAdder Posted March 17, 2018 Share Posted March 17, 2018 Yesterday I switched from i7 2600 non-k to i7 3770k (@ stock 3.5ghz) When I had the 2600 non-k I noticed temps were normal but the air blown out from the radiator was hot, with the 3770k the air is stone cold and one tube is hot. Long story short: installed the 3770k applied some artic silver thermal paste (not too much and not too little) Turned on the PC first thing I did was running Aida64 stress test after 2 minutes of running it crashed giving me blue screen of death it said this: After the crash I tried to play a match of PUBG, crashed again after 1 minute in-game after that crash I ran aida64 again it ran for 44 minutes without crashing (I stopped it manually) with this temps after that I was able to play 3 matches of PUBG without any problems so I went to sleep This morning I turned the PC on first thing I did was run Aida64 again, temps are totally different now 84º after only 1 minute running Again the air coming out from the radiator (exhaust) is very cold! should be hot right? My idle temps right now are: http://prntscr.com/isi2vu pump is set to performance and fans go crazy loud when cpu is under load, I have the latest Corsair Link version and fan profile is set to default I already checked the pump and mounted again temps still high, already repplied new thermal paste and still the same, I don't know what to do, I was not getting this problem with the 2600 non-k but seems like a cooling issue EDIT: I have the latest Bios version https://prnt.sc/isi6uc Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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