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POE causing critical overheating of my top of the line pc


ojthesimpson

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so this isometric throw back blast from the past game nearly melted my computer. Whats the deal with it causing uncontrolled system over heating? I did have the IEMOD installed but I turned if off and it still hit 65-70 in 20-30 minutes of play. 

 

I play Skyrim at MAX setting with  a **** ton of graphic mods and it stays at 51 max 58 

 

I've turned the FPS all the way up and all the way down neither worked

 

i've changed the resolution

I tried talking out loud to it about cold things 

 

is the super speed that's doing it? increasing  the speed in the game. I know IEMOD has super dooper speed I did use that but I turned it off as well. 

 

if you have any advice I'll gladly take it

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Has to be the Unity Engine - Wasteland 2 almost managed to kill my GPU in the final fight o_O 70° is no cause for concern though, unless

a) it's a Phenom II that reaches that temperature, because IIRC, it begins to throttle at 62°

b) it's the ambient temperature inside your case

c) the part reaching that temp is on water cooling

 

Limiting fps is a way to keep it cooler. And if not overclocked, you might try and undervolt your CPU/GPU.

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