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June 30, 2014 5:36:40 AM

Hey guys i build a Pc
AMD FX 6300
nvidia 660 graphic card
250 gb Drive and 4 gb ram
600 cooler master power suppy
and Air cooler system,
In India normal atmosphere temperature is 35 C average, and my CPU is at 42 c and Motherboard temperature is 41 C and graphic card is at 44 C in normal mode.
When i play heavy games like nfs rival and Call of duty ghost my Pc extremely Heat. I have Chasis fan, g.card have fan.
i know i need liquid cooling system to overcome heat for cpu, but what about graphic card temperature? do i change whole cabinet? Cuz i have old cabinet with 1 chasis fan only. please suggest me.


while playing game

cpu 65 C
MB 62 C
graphic card 70 C. and its crash the game when overheated. Plllllzzzzzzzzzz Help?????

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a b U Graphics card
June 30, 2014 5:42:21 AM

I would say try and get a new case first, I would want (at least) one fan on front pulling in, one fan on the side panel pulling in (for the GPU), 2 fans (on top or 1 on top and one at rear) as exhaust, liquid cooling can bring down temperatures to close to ambient on components (plus 5 degrees approximately with a good system) but you would still need a new case with spots to mount the radiators, so I would try and find a case with at least 2x120 fans on top so you can install a radiator if you need to go that route
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June 30, 2014 5:49:32 AM

I would agree - a new case is likely in order. Some cases have segmented areas to create thermal zones to seperate the PSU and the other components. It may be worth considering.

I have an antec P180 which has this approach, but a recent acquisition of mine is quite impressive for airflow. I have the Coolermaster HAF case in my garage computer. Give it a look. You can even add a 200mm fan - that would add some serious airflow. This HAF case also has space for a 240mm radiator for water cooling.

good luck.
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June 30, 2014 5:52:44 AM

thank you. Both your answer best ever i heard. Thank you very much
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a b U Graphics card
June 30, 2014 5:54:09 AM

No problem and good luck
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June 30, 2014 6:12:20 AM

thank you very very much to Avarice and SU11YBEAR. GR8......
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Anonymous
June 30, 2014 6:29:27 AM

Jenish Shaikh said:
Hey guys i build a Pc

while playing game

cpu 65 C
MB 62 C
graphic card 70 C. and its crash the game when overheated. Plllllzzzzzzzzzz Help?????


Those temps aren't a problem.

Here are the minimum system requirements for running Call of Duty: Ghosts:

PC
OS: Windows 7 64-Bit / Windows 8 64-Bit
CPU: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E8200 2.66 GHZ / AMD Phenom™ X3 8750 2.4 GHZ or better
Memory: 6 GB RAM
Hard Disk Space: 40 GB
Video: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTS 450 / ATI® Radeon™ HD 5870 or better
Sound: DirectX compatible sound card
DirectX®: DirectX® 11
Internet: Broadband Internet connection for Steam and Online Multiplayer

6GB RAM *minimum* is recommended for that game.
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June 30, 2014 7:39:57 AM

Yeah I have 64 bit window 7
and amd 6300 3.5 Ghz processor
and I have far better processor and graphic card, my card is nvidia 660 synergy and it can be run on ultra setting, game run easily, but when my cpu temperature gone overheat when I playing 3 or 4 hour constant then after some time.pan its crashed, so there is a temperature problem, cuz amd 6300 is a high end processor. And I completed in my pc assasinc creed 4, ghost and battle field 4 too.
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Anonymous
June 30, 2014 7:47:41 AM

Jenish Shaikh said:
Yeah I have 64 bit window 7
and amd 6300 3.5 Ghz processor
and I have far better processor and graphic card, my card is nvidia 660 synergy and it can be run on ultra setting, game run easily, but when my cpu temperature gone overheat when I playing 3 or 4 hour constant then after some time its crashed, so there is a temperature problem, cuz amd 6300 is a high end processor.


And those temps are FINE.

You have 4GB of RAM, CoD Ghosts requires 6GB MINIMUM. Your system doesn't meet the minimum specs. It doesn't really matter how fast your CPU is, or how good your GPU is. If you don't have enough RAM, those other components can't cover for it.

I've had my CPU hit 70º + C and my GPU in the 80º + C range under heavy loads...and never had a game crash because of heat.

LACK of RAM...is a problem. 4GB RAM is NOT enough.

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June 30, 2014 7:55:56 AM

Okay I will try to upgrade ram
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Anonymous
June 30, 2014 11:16:30 AM

If you are really worried about those temps, add another case fan or two. Good air flow never hurts. But those temps are honestly not something I'd get too excited over. I really do NOT think that is your issue. I think lack of RAM is a big factor, at least for CoD Ghosts. Make sure you have the latest drivers for your GPU as well as Windows 7 being up to date.
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June 30, 2014 1:39:42 PM

Actually I have newly formated pc and latest drive, if I played in underclock then there were no issue but if I overclocked then it crashed some time when it is overheated, and not for only ghost, its crashed in assasin creed part 1 too, its require only 2 gb and 5 gb of game size, but if I overclocked then it gone overheated and then crashed in 2 or 3 hours, tht mean there were overheat problem, yeah its true, I need one or more fan to put in case, but I need new case :) 
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Anonymous
June 30, 2014 2:16:50 PM

Jenish Shaikh said:
Actually I have newly formated pc and latest drive, if I played in underclock then there were no issue but if I overclocked then it crashed some time when it is overheated, and not for only ghost, its crashed in assasin creed part 1 too, its require only 2 gb and 5 gb of game size, but if I overclocked then it gone overheated and then crashed in 2 or 3 hours, tht mean there were overheat problem, yeah its true, I need one or more fan to put in case, but I need new case :) 


I still don't think it's a temp issue. I've crashed because of overclocking, but it wasn't heat related. The temps were all fine. I just went farther than my CPU would run stable. I didn't get a great chip. *shrug*

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a b U Graphics card
June 30, 2014 2:43:54 PM

Could be an issue with overclcoking or could be RAM related, but the bigger case with more air flow won't hurt. I would recommend getting 8GB's since it is noticeably better in everyday use, unfortunately cannot find many cheap sets of RAM, the best 8GB kit i could find is below, if you know what RAM you have now you might be able to find a second module and save some money
http://www.flipkart.com/g-skill-sniper-ddr3-8-gb-2-x-4-...
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Anonymous
July 1, 2014 5:28:01 AM

SU11YBEAR said:
Could be an issue with overclcoking or could be RAM related, but the bigger case with more air flow won't hurt. I would recommend getting 8GB's since it is noticeably better in everyday use, unfortunately cannot find many cheap sets of RAM, the best 8GB kit i could find is below, if you know what RAM you have now you might be able to find a second module and save some money
http://www.flipkart.com/g-skill-sniper-ddr3-8-gb-2-x-4-...


I agree completely.

I'd personally start with the RAM. Adding 4GB is the cheapest/easiest option, and you *should* know basically right away of it solved the problem. If not, 8GB is more preferable than 4GB, for gaming today...and especially tomorrow...

If it's the overclock causing the crashes, no amount of RAM, or new case/case fans will fix the problem.

I'd hate to see him get new RAM, new case, more fans...and still have the same issue. I really don't think the actual temps are high enough to be causing crashes. If those are the true temps. Which I somewhat question, because I've seen people in the past seeing weird temp from motherboard sensors etc on AMD systems...

While getting that stuff won't *hurt* the problem at all, it would suck to not fix it at the same time.

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July 1, 2014 10:48:46 AM

Yeah thats ri8, crashed prblm reason is overclocked
And yeah I need to upgrade both, case and ram too.
case for overclocked and ram for no lag in any game.
I plan to buy new case and 8 gb of ram.
thanks for advise.
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July 2, 2014 11:57:29 AM

SU11YBEAR said:
Could be an issue with overclcoking or could be RAM related, but the bigger case with more air flow won't hurt. I would recommend getting 8GB's since it is noticeably better in everyday use, unfortunately cannot find many cheap sets of RAM, the best 8GB kit i could find is below, if you know what RAM you have now you might be able to find a second module and save some money
http://www.flipkart.com/g-skill-sniper-ddr3-8-gb-2-x-4-...



Oh thank you for all and thanks too for suggest me a good ram. appreciated....
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July 2, 2014 12:01:39 PM

Anonymous said:
SU11YBEAR said:
Could be an issue with overclcoking or could be RAM related, but the bigger case with more air flow won't hurt. I would recommend getting 8GB's since it is noticeably better in everyday use, unfortunately cannot find many cheap sets of RAM, the best 8GB kit i could find is below, if you know what RAM you have now you might be able to find a second module and save some money
http://www.flipkart.com/g-skill-sniper-ddr3-8-gb-2-x-4-...


I agree completely.

I'd personally start with the RAM. Adding 4GB is the cheapest/easiest option, and you *should* know basically right away of it solved the problem. If not, 8GB is more preferable than 4GB, for gaming today...and especially tomorrow...

If it's the overclock causing the crashes, no amount of RAM, or new case/case fans will fix the problem.

I'd hate to see him get new RAM, new case, more fans...and still have the same issue. I really don't think the actual temps are high enough to be causing crashes. If those are the true temps. Which I somewhat question, because I've seen people in the past seeing weird temp from motherboard sensors etc on AMD systems...

While getting that stuff won't *hurt* the problem at all, it would suck to not fix it at the same time.




yeah i think thtas true, but my MOBO temperature max limit is 60 C only and sometimes it goes on 62 C, so for protect MOBO i also need new case with better airflow, and yeah i will plan to upgrade ram too... thank you for your response....

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July 6, 2014 1:22:43 PM

Jenish Shaikh said:
Anonymous said:
SU11YBEAR said:
Could be an issue with overclcoking or could be RAM related, but the bigger case with more air flow won't hurt. I would recommend getting 8GB's since it is noticeably better in everyday use, unfortunately cannot find many cheap sets of RAM, the best 8GB kit i could find is below, if you know what RAM you have now you might be able to find a second module and save some money
http://www.flipkart.com/g-skill-sniper-ddr3-8-gb-2-x-4-...


I agree completely.

I'd personally start with the RAM. Adding 4GB is the cheapest/easiest option, and you *should* know basically right away of it solved the problem. If not, 8GB is more preferable than 4GB, for gaming today...and especially tomorrow...

If it's the overclock causing the crashes, no amount of RAM, or new case/case fans will fix the problem.

I'd hate to see him get new RAM, new case, more fans...and still have the same issue. I really don't think the actual temps are high enough to be causing crashes. If those are the true temps. Which I somewhat question, because I've seen people in the past seeing weird temp from motherboard sensors etc on AMD systems...

While getting that stuff won't *hurt* the problem at all, it would suck to not fix it at the same time.




yeah i think thtas true, but my MOBO temperature max limit is 60 C only and sometimes it goes on 62 C, so for protect MOBO i also need new case with better airflow, and yeah i will plan to upgrade ram too... thank you for your response....


i sugest you to take this case:
http://www.coolermaster.com/case/mid-tower-haf-series/h... or 912 depents from your buget and u will never have problem with your temp
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July 7, 2014 1:42:50 AM

Oh thanks for your recommendation. But I will plan to buy coolermaster N400 cabinet, it has same features as haf 912 which was suggested buy you. But its out of my budget cuz aftet bought 912, I need to add more 2 fan, total is 4 fan. Which are 2 already installed.
But N400 have cheaper in price and also peeinstalled 2 fan and capable of 8 fan max. So is it right instead of haf 912, plz give me one more help, I am tight at budget. Cuz I already spent so money in new mobo processor and ran, 600 watt PSU, nvidia 660.
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July 7, 2014 1:44:40 PM

Jenish Shaikh said:
Oh thanks for your recommendation. But I will plan to buy coolermaster N400 cabinet, it has same features as haf 912 which was suggested buy you. But its out of my budget cuz aftet bought 912, I need to add more 2 fan, total is 4 fan. Which are 2 already installed.
But N400 have cheaper in price and also peeinstalled 2 fan and capable of 8 fan max. So is it right instead of haf 912, plz give me one more help, I am tight at budget. Cuz I already spent so money in new mobo processor and ran, 600 watt PSU, nvidia 660.

its not bad case dude!!!so for good cooling u mast have this:2 fans on front intake- 2 fans on top exhaust - 1 rear exhaust - 1 at side intake and i dont know thet u have cooler for cpu or u are staying with stock cooler?
so good luck i hope this will hep you!!!!
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July 15, 2014 5:35:10 AM

yeh that sounds cool then, and yeah m staying with stock cooler, need cooler for cpu too....
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July 15, 2014 10:18:13 AM

Jenish Shaikh said:
yeh that sounds cool then, and yeah m staying with stock cooler, need cooler for cpu too....


yes dude u need for shure
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July 15, 2014 10:23:22 AM

KOTE said:
Jenish Shaikh said:
yeh that sounds cool then, and yeah m staying with stock cooler, need cooler for cpu too....


yes dude u need for shure


Yeahhh thanks buddy
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