System Gets Shutdown during Gaming (NFS:Hot Pursuit)


System Gets Shutdown during Gaming (NFS:Hot Pursuit)

AMD Core 2 Duo Processor 5200 Series


1 GB Graphics Card( DDR3) - ATI Radeion HD series

Gigabyte Motherboard

Windows 7 OS (64 Bit)

Pls help me
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  1. well, if you are shutting down while under laod, i am guessing you are over heating.

    stock cooler? aftermarket cooler? either way, take your case apart, clean out dust bunnies. Also, be very sure to check the fins on your heat sink. those can over time get packed with dust, offering no cooling what so ever.

    do you have case fans? are you in a hot room?

    some things we ned to really help will be specifics, your room temp, your cpu temps, need to find a program to monitor that for us.

    computers shut down on purpose to save things from getting cooked, so dont worry too much yet. invest in some canned air, clean her out, and let us know what happens after that.
  2. 1.ATI Radieon Model HD 5450 series

    2. During Normal the Temp is 30-40 but during play it is 80-90

    3.Latest Drivers are installed

    4.It happens after 10 to 15min of Gaming.

    I even Cleaned up the Processor and Fan and added a FAN connected to Cabinet. so now totally 2 Fans are running at a time.

    But the issue still exists.......

    Above temp reading is done after Cleaning the Heat Sink and adding FAN.

    Pls help me...
  3. ok, well,, ,thats really warm.

    new CPUS really need good cooling. If you only have 2 case fans, this may be a bit of an issue. my spare machine only has 2 case fans, and if i do any sort of gaming etc,, it gets warm, doesn't shut down, but gets warm.

    now, since you only have a dual core CPU, i wonder if there isnt somthing else going on as well.. is the CPU cooler working correctly? usually they spin around 2000 RPM. what does it spin at according to the BIOS?

    without seeing your set up, and being hands on... it is hard for me to give you a " this is your issue" type answer. my guess, its a combo of a few things, adding up to over heating.

    my first dual core resulted in me getting an aftermarket CPU cooler as i was getting over heat alarms.
  4. Quote:
    2. During Normal the Temp is 30-40 but during play it is 80-90

    Overheating. Still, a C2D at stock should nto be running into these issues, even with a stock heatsink. Re-apply thermal paste, and make sure the heatsink is on correctly.
  5. But I feel it is incompatible to play the NFS : HP

    Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Minimum system requirements:

    Operating system: Windows XP (SP3) / Windows Vista / Windows 7
    Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 2.4GHZ
    Memory: 1.5 GB Windows ® XP / 2 GB Windows Vista ® - Windows ® 7
    Video Card: 256 MB DirectX ® 9.0 support Shader Model 3.0
    Hard Disk: 8.0 GB

    Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Recommended system requirements:

    Operating system: Windows XP (SP3) / Windows Vista / Windows 7
    Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000 + or better
    Memory: 1.5 GB Windows ® XP / 2 GB Windows Vista ® - Windows ® 7
    Graphics Card: GeForce 8800 GT or ATI Radeon HD 4700 (or better)
    Hard Disk: 8.0 GB
  6. I Played NFS HP for 15-20 min my removing the side Panel in Cabinet the temp went from initially 48 to 84 Temp...
  7. you said you added a fan to your case.. were you over heating before you installed it? did you make sure the direction is blowing out, not in?

    it somehow sems as if you think they game requires such that it is causing you to over heat,, no, games wont cause such an issue. it is something physical.

    your fan/heatsinks are installed incorrectly, your thermal paste was/is applied incorrectly.
  8. the Temp was from Processor Core 0 and Core 1

    Core 0 raised to 84 with 100% load after 15min play

    then Core 1 raised to 60+ with 60% load

    After viewing this temp,I just logout from the Game...

    How to view the Temp of GPU ?

    Note:- I was not able to place a fan to GPU from side Panel...

    this weekend planning to apply thermal paste b/w Processor and Fan....
  9. sounds like you will just need to wait,
    1, reapply heat sink fan, and thermal paste. make sure the fan is sowkring.
    2. check the direction on your case fans. most cases have at least 2 case fan spots, 1 front, 1 rear. make sure the front is blowing in, and the rear is blowing out. if not, the air stays trapped inside, and heats up very quickly.

    you said you have an ATI card, the ATI catalyst program or whatever they call it has a temp monitor feature... its under performance.
  10. SMPS Odysys 450Watts

    before Game

    GPU :- 57'c

    Core 0 :- 43
    Core 1 :- 48

    During Game

    Core 0 :- 79
    Core 1 :- 100

    GPU :- 62'c

    System gets shutdown when I give Nitrous Oxide continuously for 3-5 seconds..
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