xpd: That or if you have the time before it shuts down, go into the BIOS and tell it to load the Defaults.
ronindanbo: check the shutdown temps in the Bios as well, these by default are quite low and need to be changed when a system is built. If you are getting 110 degrees in your CPU I think you should be rather concerned though.
ronindanbo: ...if you are getting 110 degrees in your CPU I think you should be rather concerned though.
soleil24:ronindanbo: ...if you are getting 110 degrees in your CPU I think you should be rather concerned though.
I'd say so. Those CPUs should be idling around 30C and have a safe max around the mid 60s. (Unless the BIOS is giving temps in degrees F in which case about 140F would be a safe max ?)
animebuster, have you swapped this processor into a new board or just lifted the whole board assembly into a new case without touching the processor? If it's just a new case then difficult to see how the thermal interface could have been disturbed.
Other possibilities are a board switch/jumper being accidentally changed in the move (if that board even has physical "switches") or maybe the processor not quite seated (seen that cause a CPU to get very hot, very quickly and not run for long !!)
But if that was a real degreesC number then I'd want to be checking all physical possibilites without putting a power supply anwhere near it !