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November 6, 2011 5:53:14 AM



hi guys,
my cpu temp is getting high as u can see in the image...
in idle state it is 55-57'C
normal apps runing -> 65-70'C
Gaming --> 80-85'C

i'm using Speccy to monitor them....
my specs-
amd authlon 64 X2 dual core(3 GHz),6000+,
gigabyte board,
4 gb ram

[tried cleaning the fan & thermal paste]
plz help.......

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November 6, 2011 6:09:37 AM

Try to look at the whole picture, on the computer HW:
-Dismantle the CPU-fan and clean the heat-sink for dust - very commonly forgotten
-How are the cables preventing the air-flow through your computer? are all the fans blowing in the right direction?
-Check if there are any defective Condensators (any chubby ones must be exchanged)
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November 6, 2011 6:45:37 AM

Oldfox said:
Try to look at the whole picture, on the computer HW:
-Dismantle the CPU-fan and clean the heat-sink for dust - very commonly forgotten
-How are the cables preventing the air-flow through your computer? are all the fans blowing in the right direction?
-Check if there are any defective Condensators (any chubby ones must be exchanged)


Thnx for the reply...
can u tell me more about fans directions??
how to check defective Condensators??
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November 6, 2011 6:52:52 AM

Change your heatsink? A good one would be a cooler master hyper 212+
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November 6, 2011 8:57:04 AM

-Electrolytic Condensators are the weakest electronic component, they are small metal cylindrical components, if their shape are "chubby" the internal have expanded, and they give all sorts of problems - especially intermittent errors. If you are handy you can change them (they are cheap), if not get a new PCB.
-Air flow inside of a box is a mater of careful design, their are many different ways of preceding. Normally air always flows from the bottom to the top - example: air inlet front bottom => out top back. That means all fans must be sucking/blowing the right direction, with no ribbon cable preventing/disrupting the air flow.
-Air flow for the CPU, in a high performance computer, preferential is taken direct from the out side, and blown on to the CPU - there after the air is transported through the chassi and out in the back top of the computer.
BE WARE OF DUST AND DIRT BEING SUCKED IN, IF YOU HAVE YOUR COMPUTER ON THE DIRTY FLOOR !!
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November 6, 2011 10:35:56 AM

If your computer is working, you do not have any problems with the electrolytic capacitors on the motherboard. And in some places, conventional caps will not work. You will need special components.

Unless you are water cooling, fan direction is pretty standard:
Front and side fans - intake, and
Rear and top fans - exhaust.

Clean out your case. A small vacuum cleaner works pretty well. Do not let your fans free spin in the airflow. You can damage your fans that way.

Remove the heatsink. Clean off the old thermal compound. Isopropyl alcohol and a piece of coffee filter works well. Reapply new thermal compound:
Suggestions for applying thermal compound:
http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_conten...

If you have difficulty removing the heatsink, stop and turn on the computer for a few minutes. The heat from the CPU will soften the old thermal compound, and you should be able to remove the heatsink by slightly twisting it, then pulling.

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November 6, 2011 10:46:18 AM

Do NOT use a small vacuum-cleaner !!! ESD will kill your electronic components.
Use a normal vacuum-cleaner with a metal pipe - and ground it, and a paintbrush to brush out the dirt (don't blow).
If your thermal compound is still "wet" there is no need to replace it!
If you have intermittent fault's there is the biggest chance is that it is the condensators - don't let you be fooled !!
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