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Game Glitchy After Motherboard Install

So I installed a new motherboard the other day, same as my old one, but I did a new windows install and updated all my drivers. Before my first motherboard crapped out, I could run 4-5 instances of NoX, an android emulator. Now I'm struggling to run one. When I open up a second one it becomes very choppy and pretty much unplayable.

I'm at a loss as to what could be going on. I checked my physical memory, doesn't seem to be that.

I'm a noob to computers.
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    What are your specs?
    I guess it is cooling problem
  3. salerhino said:
    What are your specs?
    I guess it is cooling problem


    Processor: Intel(r) Core(TM) i5-4690 CPU @ 3.50GHz 3.50 GHz
    Ram: 8.00 GB DDR3
    OS: Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
    Mobo: Asus asus b85m-e/csm series (Same as old mobo)
    video card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760, (up to date.)
  4. salerhino said:
    What are your specs?
    I guess it is cooling problem


    I just did a temperature test, i think its saying it's 80 degrees, should I reapply the paste to my processor and heat sink?
  5. WickedOdie said:
    salerhino said:
    What are your specs?
    I guess it is cooling problem


    I just did a temperature test, i think its saying it's 80 degrees, should I reapply the paste to my processor and heat sink?


    Check tutorial on how to do it;
    Clean PC;
    Be sure that fan is running
  6. salerhino said:
    WickedOdie said:
    salerhino said:
    What are your specs?
    I guess it is cooling problem


    I just did a temperature test, i think its saying it's 80 degrees, should I reapply the paste to my processor and heat sink?


    Check tutorial on how to do it;
    Clean PC;
    Be sure that fan is running


    Okay! So noob moved, when I opened my computer up to reapply the paste, i noticed my heat sink was loose. Pretty sure that's what did it.

    I'm now idling at 40 degrees celc, and peaking to 70 when my games running.

    Thank you very much for the help! :)
  7. WickedOdie said:
    salerhino said:
    WickedOdie said:
    salerhino said:
    What are your specs?
    I guess it is cooling problem


    I just did a temperature test, i think its saying it's 80 degrees, should I reapply the paste to my processor and heat sink?


    Check tutorial on how to do it;
    Clean PC;
    Be sure that fan is running


    Okay! So noob moved, when I opened my computer up to reapply the paste, i noticed my heat sink was loose. Pretty sure that's what did it.

    I'm now idling at 40 degrees celc, and peaking to 70 when my games running.

    Thank you very much for the help! :)


    No problem :)
    Always glad to help!
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