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Thread: Overheating Problems




  1. #1
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    Default Overheating Problems

    my computer has been shutting down on it's own and I have not been able to install my aol software program since.
    When I go online my computer freezes up and I sometimes get the BSOD.
    I've checked the memory and reloaded windows 2000 several times.
    My latest quest was to use the system board utillity and I got the following results:
    System temperture alarm : system temperture is lower that the system hysteresis.
    CPU temperture is lower than CPU hysteresis temperture
    CPU temperture alarm
    Fan speed RPMS
    CPU fan 4340
    System fan 0
    System Fan rotation low
    Current CPU Fan (sometimes) 4283 (sometimes) 4311
    Sys.Fan speed ) RPM

    Can anyone tell me what this stuff means

    HELP GUYS

    NYMIDIDUDE

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    Default Re: Overheating Problems

    What cooling are you using, the stock HSF and no case fans?

    On a more irrelevant note, I'd hate to see any AOL software besides AIM on any computer...

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    Default Re: Overheating Problems

    I have a fan installed in the case to remove heat at the front and the AMD processor fan which is a ARX Ball Bearing Cooler on top of the heat sink.
    yesterday I removed the fan and to my suprise it was full of dust
    I have blown it out and plan on reinstalling it today
    I hope this works and i will keep you posted

    thanks again

    NYMIDIDUDE

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    Default Re: Overheating Problems

    Quote Originally Posted by nymididude
    yesterday I removed the fan and to my suprise it was full of dust
    I have blown it out and plan on reinstalling it today
    That was the first thing that you should of checked before posting this thread.
    Quote Originally Posted by nymididude
    I have a fan installed in the case to remove heat at the front
    Front case fans are spose to be intakes to supply the case with fresh air not as exhausts.

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