Hopefully you guys can help me. I have a liquid cooled Pentium D that works amazingly. I changed the liquid coolant in it last week and all was fine. Then I go to snap some new ram in and when I boot the next time my PC shuts off. So I took the new ram out and put the old stuff back in. I go to boot and bam shuts off!
So I let it sit overnight. Boot the next morning, runs for 5 mins and shuts off. A friend told me to look at my CPU temp in the bios. I watched it go from 50oC to 115oC and shut its self off in like 1 minute.
I even have the side panel off of my case and it keeps doing that! The liquid coolant is flowing through the tubes.
And it is that hot. I was in disbelief so I went poking around with my finger. Yeah, it was hot haha. Blister time.
Any ideas on how to keep my PC running? It's not overclocked.