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What is the reason for the huge CPU temperature jump?

Asked by: Karen 183 views Hardware December 3, 2018

I7 7700K cpu  The recent temperature fluctuations are too big, more than 80 degrees, instantly dropped to 50, and back to 70, has been jumping around

7 Answers

  1. +1Votes  

    If the water is cold, it is unstable, the best fan owl.

    Question: I am 120 water cisterns

    Answer: Water cooling rarely can accurately calculate the temperature value, you must choose owl later, the value is not important, temperature control Ultra-low, no noise, water-cooled, noisy and easy to break, no way to repair.

    Timothy- December 3, 2018 |

  2. +2Votes  

    The heat is not good, your hard drive is 67 degrees! ! ! Now in this weather, SSDs are higher than 50 degrees.

    CPU, it may be that the radiator is not in good contact, that is, the grease and the buckle problem, the heat conduction is slow, the fluctuation is large, the general water-cooling heat conduction below 200 yuan is worse, the effect is even worse than 100 yuan The four heat pipes are cold and windy.

    Thomas Young- December 3, 2018 |

  3. +6Votes  

    Master Lu is not accurate in temperature measurement!

    Try another temperature measurement software!

    Edward Jones- December 3, 2018 |

  4. +1Votes  

    Turn off the Turbo frequency and skip it.

    Linda Thompson- December 3, 2018 |

  5. +1Votes  

    The CPU is stable and the main problem is that there is a problem with the CPU fan. There is also a problem with the environment Do not put the computer Non-ventilated place Do not put it in a place with sun exposure  In addition, there are not many programs you open. If it is too much, it is normal

    Jessica- December 3, 2018 |

  6. +4Votes  

    heating problem

    Joshua Phillips- December 3, 2018 |

  7. +8Votes  

    This CPU fluctuation mainly depends on what program is running to see if it is caused by CPU high. For example, if you run CPU-Z software, this may cause your CPU temperature to fluctuate. This is also Normal

    Ruth- December 3, 2018 |