so i have a amd 8150, never had any issues with it over heating before. I am working with a large map 8kx8k. I am using 4k textures. When i hit build, it will build up to around 50% then my computer turns off due to over heating. never had an issue with this as my cpu is liquid cooled. can my cpu just not handle it or is there a setting to limit my cpu usage to around 75%.
You can test your CPU with this: GIMPS - Free Prime95 software downloads - PrimeNet
If you can run that for a few minutes without your PC turning off, then something with UE4 is strange. If it crashes same like with UE4, then maybe your CPU cooler just doesn’t work any more.
So i did what you said and everything is fine. I think it is the megascan textures and how i set up the material. Although i worked with a 4k hight map with the same 4k textures and it built every thing fine. i am just going to stay away from building huge maps for meow
control panel -> power options, pick a plan -> edit plan settings -> change advanced power settings -> processor power management -> maximum processor state
I have an FX 9370, and I ran into similar issues when running it at full. The cpu itself doesn’t overheat because mine is liquid cooled as well, and caps out around 45c, but the VRMs on the motherboard get too hot and cause problems. If you’re certain the cpu itself isn’t inadequately cooled try just ghetto rigging a case fan to blow on the vrms, as that more or less solved my issue.
awesomw sauce thank you! i probibly need a ryzen thoug…goals
Hello there! Did you solve your problem? I run into the same problem with big maps (+big ocean) and overheating.
yeah i have learned alot since then what CPU are you running?
CPU is Intel Core i3 5th gen (2 physical cores and 4 virtual cores). Landscape size is nearly 3000 (most of it is water). Thanks but I resolved the problem all I needed to do was taking breaks from working for computer, and incrementally changing map (not too fast, if too fast it will overheat and might shut down lol).
You can try passive cooling policy on windows cpu power managment too. That way throttling should be keeping the cpu from exceeding its tdp. Also I would check the cooler is working fine, pump ok, no dust blocking airflow and thermal paste is fine. I have an 8350 and it can render at %100 load for hours with an hyper 212 class cooler. I had a 9590 too and that one needs a big rad for that kind of work, I guess a 9370 would do similar.