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CPU tempreature error while playing games

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March 1, 2013 2:17:04 PM

MY PC config is Processor=AMD phenom quad core 9950 black edition
Motherboard=ASUS M3A78-EM
Graphic card = NVIDIA GEForce GTX 460 SE 768MB DDR5
Power Supply= VIP 500W
whenever i play games fifa 13 my pc restart n that time fan was noisy after restarting PC it show CPU TEMPERATURE ERROR press F1 to resume.. i jst install NFS Most wanted 2012 i got same problem..even whenever i refresh system rating
PC RESTART n got CPU TEMP. ERROR..before i used NVIDIA GEForce 9800 GTX 512 mb Graphic card i play crysis 2,fifa 12 GTA IV, NFS run n many high graphic games on higher graphics bt never face this error on older Graphic card..
NW i using NVIDIA GTX 460 SE 760 MB DDR5 when video is going on while playing game that time more noise came from cpu (bcz fan start moving high speed) n suddenly pc restart ( i skip video part while playing fifa bt i jst put NFS MW 2012 i cant skip video n that time PC restart n show CPU temp error)
MY Cabinet clean , ALL fans clean..i keep small table fan beside cabinet n both side of cabinet is open so air passes properly,
FRIENDS PLZ HELP ME !!!!!
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March 1, 2013 2:31:21 PM

Ru n a program like HWMonitor to check what temps you are getting. If the CPU is overheating then try cleaning the dust out of the fans.
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March 1, 2013 3:42:09 PM

If the PC case, and all fans (but more specifically the CPU & GPU coolers & fans), then it might be your termal paste... in which case you'd need to reapply with perhaps a better one... but like Simon says, run GPU Temp and CPU Temp software to see which is heating...
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March 1, 2013 4:09:44 PM

@ simon 12 and @ ALex the pc Gamer.. i jst check while playing FIFA 13 it shows Motherboard temp = 106 C CPU temp=55 C and Graphic card temp = 76 C and my cpu n gpu coolers fans also clean..
is it happening bcz less power supply?
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March 1, 2013 5:05:58 PM

Holy crap! 106C??? That' waaaay too hot!...and even 76C on that GPU is very high. I bet you can heat up your entire room with that computer on...

If you're case and everything is clean then I'd highly recommend more airflow in your case (more fans & less dust).

Realistically, you need a new motherboard and/or and Overall upgrade (new case, new mobo, new cpu, and if you've already got a fair bit of "airflow" in your existing case then a new videocard).

You're PC's heating up way too high to the point where I wouldn't leave my PC running if i wasn't there...seriously, your PC's a hazard.
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March 1, 2013 10:43:19 PM

I am surprised it works at all if thats the MB temp.
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