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AzO
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Temp CPU

Postby AzO » Sun Sep 25, 2005 14:10

I've got a computer Fujitsu Siemens PA 38008MS<BR>AMD 64 X2 (Dual Core)<BR>3800+<BR>1 Go de ram <BR>X700SE<BR>Asus A8NE-FM<P>TheCPU temp is at 62°C during a basic use, and reach 72°C when I play. I find it's high ! What can I do ?<P>I bought the coputer yesterday<BR>

cheff

Re: Temp CPU

Postby cheff » Sun Sep 25, 2005 14:21

check the rpm of the gpu, cpu fans, compare them with the manufactorers default worth. try to tie together the wires, such as harddrive, cd/dvddrive etc. <BR>my dualcore x2 3800+ reaches 37° C in basic, and about 50 after several hours of gaming. <P>you could also disable the cool & quiet function in the bios! there´s also somewhere an option which leds you set uo a temperature at which the fan reaches full speed...

AzO
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Re: Temp CPU

Postby AzO » Sun Sep 25, 2005 14:40

My cpu : 1378 RPM <BR>

AzO
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Re: Temp CPU

Postby AzO » Sun Sep 25, 2005 15:16

My fans of my cpu is 3280 rpm but my cpu is always has 60 C° <P>What's my problem? :'(<P>Sorry for my english, I'm French

Juggernaut
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Re: Temp CPU

Postby Juggernaut » Mon Sep 26, 2005 9:51

I would say:Check if this temperature is right.<P>Simply touch the CPU heatsink when the temperature is shown as 60°C or more. If you can touch the heatsink as long as you wish, not burning yourself or not feeling any pain, then teh heatsink for sure is much colder than 60°C.<P>If this is the case, the theer are two options:<P>1) The heat transfer from CPU to Heatsink is bad. This is not very common.<P>2) The 60°C shown are totally wrong. This is very common with Taiwan Mainboards...


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