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cpu fan sound is too high

i just got the fx-6300 with an msi 970A-G46 but when i start gaming some fan sounds goes too high i think it's the cpu fan and i start smelling heat like smell and when i approach my hands near the side fan of the case i feel the air comming out is hot
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  1. use msi afterburner and turn the gpu fan up by the software and see if it that fan. if it is set a fan profile to max fan out at a lower temp 50-60c. also if you have a small case and no fans take the side panel off to help air flow.
  2. smorizio said:
    use msi afterburner and turn the gpu fan up by the software and see if it that fan. if it is set a fan profile to max fan out at a lower temp 50-60c. also if you have a small case and no fans take the side panel off to help air flow.

    i cant understand that am so noob :S
  3. ok i used hwmonitor and i found that my cpu fan is set to 100%
  4. ok i used hwmonitor and i found that my cpu fan is set to 100%
  5. http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm
    download this software on it is a fan control for the gpu. without being in a game turn the gpu fan speed up see if it matches the fan sound. if it does there a line that says fan profile. set the fan to max out at lower temp.
  6. smorizio said:
    http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm
    download this software on it is a fan control for the gpu. without being in a game turn the gpu fan speed up see if it matches the fan sound. if it does there a line that says fan profile. set the fan to max out at lower temp.

    i tried what u said but nope its not the gpu its the cpu its running at 3600rpm normal what shall i do ?
  7. smorizio said:
    http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm
    download this software on it is a fan control for the gpu. without being in a game turn the gpu fan speed up see if it matches the fan sound. if it does there a line that says fan profile. set the fan to max out at lower temp.

    i tried what u said but nope its not the gpu its the cpu its running at 3600rpm normal what shall i do ?
  8. turn the pc off...let it cool off (20 min) check that the cpu cooler on tight and the fan plug is plugged into the cpu fan port. (was there any thermal paste on the cooler when you built the system??
  9. smorizio said:
    turn the pc off...let it cool off (20 min) check that the cpu cooler on tight and the fan plug is plugged into the cpu fan port. (was there any thermal paste on the cooler when you built the system??

    what do u mean by thermal paste ? i tried to decrease the pmw from 100% to 73% so that when i game the rpm would be normal and i think it worked it didn't became that noisy but in speedfan it showed me a fire signal on 50C
  10. the cooler should have a white paste on it like toothpaste.
    http://koolance.com/image/content_pages/cooling101/spreading_thermal_paste.jpg
  11. smorizio said:
    the cooler should have a white paste on it like toothpaste.
    http://koolance.com/image/content_pages/cooling101/spreading_thermal_paste.jpg

    oh i dont know really i didnt install it the maintenance group installed it,but whats the auxillary temprature ?
  12. one of the other temp sensor on the mb or your reading the hard drive temps.
  13. smorizio said:
    one of the other temp sensor on the mb or your reading the hard drive temps.

    whats its safe temprature ?
  14. Hozhoz said:
    i just got the fx-6300 with an msi 970A-G46 but when i start gaming some fan sounds goes too high i think it's the cpu fan and i start smelling heat like smell and when i approach my hands near the side fan of the case i feel the air comming out is hot



    cpu stock fan ? if so i wouldnt be surprised the cooler it comes with is a joke
  15. non load temps should be 35-45c the lower the better. load temps 50-60c with a good cooler. 70-and higer your pushing your cpu near it thermal shutdown/melting point.
  16. i smell the burning from the back of the case when am gamming i think it's the psu is that nomal ?
  17. nope burning smell is not a good sign for any computer or electronic parts.
  18. smorizio said:
    nope burning smell is not a good sign for any computer or electronic parts.

    i just knew the problem,my psu is an unbranded trash psu worth 9$ :'(
  19. Best answer
    Hozhoz said:
    smorizio said:
    nope burning smell is not a good sign for any computer or electronic parts.

    i just knew the problem,my psu is an unbranded trash psu worth 9$ :'(



    probly has 2 weak rails

    better psu

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438014
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