Hello, I am using the HP Elitebook 840 G7 with the Intel Core i5-10210U Processor, which has the specs from here - https://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/hp-elitebook-840-g7-notebook-pc-customizable-8pz96av-mb
After I got it delivered, I installed Aida 64 Extreme on it in order to run System Stability Test. The test showed Overheating detected, even before I had started the test. After doing so, the first time there was a throttling of 50% (not captured on screenshot), but here on the screenshots the maximum value was 40%. While getting these 40% the cpu got around 90 degrees hot (Celsius). I read the forum before and saw that advice to restart the laptop and try running the test again which might help with this overheating detected message appearance but here it didn't help. Can you assist me in solving the situation here? I am bothered of the overheating warning. Since it is a brand new product (not second hand) it seems awkward to me.
By Alvaro BaSa
Hi, I have never had any issues with my pc in the last 2 years. I currently own a i7-9700k, 32 gb of 3200 Ram, Gtx 1080 ti 11GB, Nzxt Kraken X52, Aorus z370 Gaming 3 Motherboard (latest f15b drivers), 4 120mm cpu fnas for intake and 2 for outake. I currently run my cpu at 4.6-4.7 all cores, no extra OC. PSU 850 80 plus Gold
So my usual temps are around 35c on idle and 65-75c under load. The other day I notices after a session of gaming that my cpu max temps had gone up to around 85c. It was weird as it had never happened. So I decided to do a couple stress tests to monitor results. So first I tested Linpack and at about 7 min through the test the cpu frequency dropped to 800mhz for a second and went back up to 4600. Cpu was under 100% load and temps where as high as 90-98c.
So I ran Aida64 and after about 10 min the same thing happened. Only with Aida the temps weren't that high. Gpu temps where stable across the board, no issues whatoever.
So I am no expert, and I need help as to why this may happen.
Thanks in advance for any help and let me know if there is more info I can provide.
Hello. My cpu idle temps are around 30 degrees, but when running the stress test (all turned on) my CPU overheats and throttles...
My system specs are:
i9 10900KF (I didn't overclock it)
32GB G.Skill 3600Mhz RAM
1000w Platinum PSU
Gigabyte Z490I AORUS ULTRA Mini ITX
Is this normal? I literally rebuilt the PC 5 times by now, reapplied thermal paste to a different one, made sure all cables are properly attached, etc.
With prime95 and OCCT I get lower temps and doesn't throttle, but with AIDA with all turned on it does. And with only FPU if throttles even faster.
I don't get a BSOF or ant error message. I didn't tried leaving the test run for longer after seeing the "overheating"/throttling message because of being scared of damaging the cpu.
Please help! I'm scared
I have the asus strix x470-f with 5601 bios and an outdated version of aida64(from the start of 2020).
Chipset and Tsensor(watercooling loop temp for me) temps have stopped showing for a while now and I assumed it was from getting bios updates and not updating aida.
Installed latest beta (6.25.5462) and the problem persists. Asus Wmi and EC support are enabled (as i always had). Later i found out the following topic with the same problem(with olded bios than mine) that you are claiming to be an Asus issue , but sensors are showing in aisuite,hardwareinfo and other programs and only aida64 doesn`t seem to find them .
I have a problem with rams, they are indicated as on the screen in Aida64, while it will have to be A1, B1, C1, D1
and I have the temperature of the water plugged into the "Water In" port on the motherboard, but it indicates Temperature N°1 in Aida64
It is possible to rename in "Water" (the "In" and "Out" to put in Extended Labels) and it's "duplicate" with T-Sensor 1
Asus having made the effort to add these ports, as long as they are named correctly in Aida64
And for Water Flow, in bios it is indicated in l/m, in Aida64 it is indicated in RPM
Possible to have in l/m (see in l/h) in Aida64
And merry christmas