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Why is the CPU temperature of 100 when CAD renders, and it will only be 40 degrees immediately as soon as the stop is stopped.

Asked by: Larry Wright 11 views Software June 22, 2022

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  1. +3Votes  

    Run CAD rendering, video conversion, large games, etc., the CPU will work at full load.

    The temperature reaches 100, indicating that the CPU is too large, and it is not possible to cool down.

    If it is better to sacrifice performance (speed), to ensure the safety of the CPU, you need to control the CPU load.

    First of all, do not run over frequency;

    The working status of the microcomputer is set to power saving;

    If the motherboard is not provided with operating control software, it can be set in the system settings → power settings → advanced settings, reduce the CPU load load in the system To 70%, or even lower.

    This can reduce the power of the CPU from more than 200 watts to less than thirty watts, and the temperature is greatly reduced.

    The cost is that the CAD rendering time will be extended a lot.

    Cheryl Powell- June 22, 2022 |

  2. +5Votes  

    CPU full load work. This is not temperature. Self -feeling that the general computer runs CPUs for 10-20%, some cases may be much lower. You may not be high enough for hardware configuration. It is recommended that you consider upgrading hardware such as CPU and graphics card

    Question: My CPU is i9 12900K, the graphics card is 3090Ti, the motherboard is ASUF GAMING Z690-Plus wifi, split water cooling This configuration should not be low, right?

    Lisa Stevens- June 22, 2022 |

  3. +4Votes  

    It is not good enough heat dissipation or the processor performance cannot keep up.

    Ashley- June 23, 2022 |

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