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Do I Have A Over Heating Problem?

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  • Fan
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  • Alienware
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May 31, 2014 8:41:28 AM

Hey Fellas,
Right before Christmas i built my first computer. An Alienware chassies with standard Alienware Liquid cooling and a Cooler Master PWM Fan 120mm case fan for cooling with these other hardware components, http://pcpartpicker.com/p/PqPRzy. then the first week i was using it i though i noticed a problem because i would turn on the computer, the fan would rev up and wouldn't rev back down to an idle unless i turned off the computer and then turned it back on, But when i did this the computer wouldn't rev the fan up when i was playing games like rust, gmod, and chivalry. At first i though that it wasn't reving up because the game wasn't putting pressure on the hard ware and their for their was no need for the fan to rev up. Though this all changed when i was playing space engineers and then i got a blue screen . I couldn't read the screen long enough to make out what it was saying, but then when i turned the computer back on i was told that their was an error with the folders C:\Windows\Minidump\041714-7254-01.dmp, and some folder with _temp. I think that their is a conflict between the asus Mobo and the MIO on the alienware, if so how do i get this problem to stop?

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May 31, 2014 9:20:56 AM

temp related crashes rarely cause blue screens... they typically shut your system down like someone pulled the plug out of the back wall.

Your fan behavior is weird, but nothing to worry about; blue screen crashes are typically driver and ram problems. usually driver, though windows 7&8 usually don't blue screen on graphic driver crashes it still can happen.
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May 31, 2014 9:56:33 AM

ingtar33 said:
temp related crashes rarely cause blue screens... they typically shut your system down like someone pulled the plug out of the back wall.

Your fan behavior is weird, but nothing to worry about; blue screen crashes are typically driver and ram problems. usually driver, though windows 7&8 usually don't blue screen on graphic driver crashes it still can happen.


Then How do i Fix the error, see if my ram is installed properly,because all of my drivers are up to date and any ideas on how to fix the fan problem?
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May 31, 2014 10:23:14 AM

the fan problem might go away with a bios update... the blue screen crashes... i'd test the ram one stick at a time with memtest86+

just to make sure it's not the ram.
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