Core Temp Causing BSOD

urbancamper

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This is not a question this is a statement.

About 2 months ago i started to get random bsods right after windows would open. I was using both All CPU Meter on my desktop and CoreTemp to monitor temps in All CPU Meter. What would happen is after the computer would start sometimes one of the cores would hang at 100% then it would crash. These where non pagefile area bsods that would indicate some kind of memory problem, sometimes video problems, or sometimes harddrive problems. I tested everything down to the video ram and the L2 cache, along with the northbridge itself. Also my harddrives and Ram. I tested EVERYTHING. Heck even Avast and AMD drivers where considered for a time as both of these are written about in various forums.

Anyways, about a month ago, I decided to do a reformat. The very last program i installed was Coretemp. This was after everything not including my games. Immediatly one of the cores hung and i received a bsod. Then i remembered that the last program always to load into the tray was coretemp and that was when the bsod happened. I also remembered that they started to happen when the new version of coretemp came out. Now I am not sure if it the combination of those 2 programs. All I know for sure is that as when i uninstalled Coretemp the bsods stopped happening.

I do not think this happens to everyone but you can go to the Coretemp site and see that there are many people that have had the same problem with this program as I have.

I have not had a bsod since i stopped using it. It has been over a month. Also 24 hours prime no bsods on this overclock. http://valid.canardpc.com/2803211. Which i have had since i purchased my Vishera 8350 several months back.





 

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It's still a Release Candidate, not ready for full release yet. Better that you should log this problem on their forum that they may gain some insight into what the problem is and get it fixed for the next version.
 

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It is not a release candidate. It is this version Core Temp 1.0 RC5. As far as going to their website and telling them about it, they are in complete denial. I am simply stating a fact. Thank you for your input.

All you really have to do is type search coretemp causes bsod recent. Instead of telling me where to post. I am trying to help people, not get an lip service from someone that has not had this probem
 

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RC5 = Release Candidate #5.
 

urbancamper

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Dude go help someone instead of creating an problems. I really do not see how your post are helping anyone here. Perhaps your own ego i guess. As far as RC standing for release candidate i did not know this. However it does not say Beta. It is also the latest release from their website. It is almost 3 months old and every single one of their software releases i can remember from far back say RC at the beginning. Also as far as that goes you could theoretically put RC in front of every bit of software ever made as they are all release candidates until a new release is made.
 

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The point of a Release Candidate is to issue the proposed release software out for testing, occasional bugs are to be expected; a good tester would report any issues back to the Dev. team and work with them to replicate it on one of their systems, by offering them crash dumps, running software lists, hardware specifics etc. Once they can replicate the issue, they should be able to figure out a fix/patch for the next RC or the Release (full) version.
 
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