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Hellow , i have problems with system over heating

Hellow


My system config


Intel core i5 CPU M 450 @ 2.4ghz
4 gb ram , 500gb hard drive
64 bit OS windows 7

Graphic card :

Primary Adapter
Graphics Card Manufacturer Powered by ATI
Graphics Chipset ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470
Device ID 68E0
Vendor 1002

Subsystem ID 0413
Subsystem Vendor ID 1028

Graphics Bus Capability PCI Express 2.0
Maximum Bus Setting PCI Express 2.0 x16

BIOS Version 012.017.000.000
BIOS Part Number BR035738.002
BIOS Date 2009/12/17

Memory Size 2746 MB
Memory Type HyperMemory

Core Clock in MHz 750 MHz
Memory Clock in MHz 800 MHz


When ever i play high end graphic game my system starts to overheat and at some point crakling sound cms and my system starts to lagg to a point i cant do anything and i have to restart my system , recently i installed speed fan to monitar my system temp , when my system starts it have these temp reading at speed fan
HD0 47c
temp1 27c
temp2 0c
GPU 66c
core0 56c
core1 55c

and my GPU fan 0 RMP

While playing game GPC temp goes above 100c
And i have tried changing my heatsink paste and also cleaned my fans and i am using a cooler pad aswell ><
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  1. it seems like you tried everything you could....100c is def the reason why the game lags its dropping down the clock to prevent damage...were the temps this high before you applied the thermal paste? maybe you put too much or not enough
  2. and my GPU fan 0 RMP does that means your gpu fan is not working
  3. ^^ thats a good thought...it could just mean that there is one system fan for both the cpu and gpu too
  4. Thanks for the reply and yes my fan is working i can feel the air cming out through the back of my laptop but speed fan shows 0 RMP and about thermal paste yes i applied enough as i was with some 1 who service laptops . i have 1 question though do speed fan show all the fans in my laptop coz it only show GPU fan and nothing more.
  5. if it is the only sensor the laptop have it will show the one he read try this maybe you will get some readinds if there is a sensor on the gpu fan http://www.hwinfo.com/
  6. if you know that the fan is working then why do you need speedfan to monitor the fan speed?
  7. Video chipset
    Video Chipset: ATI/AMD Mobility Radeon HD 5450/5470 (PARK PRO/XT GL)
    Video Memory: 1024 MBytes of DDR3 SDRAM

    Video Card
    Video Card: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 [DELL]
    Video Bus: PCIe v2.0 x16 (2.5 Gb/s) @ x16 (2.5 Gb/s)
    Video BIOS Version: 012.017.000.000.035738

    Performance
    Processor Clock: 750.0 MHz
    Memory Clock: 799.9 MHz (Effective 1599.8 MHz)
    Memory Bus Width: 64-bit
    Number Of Pixel Pipelines: 8
    Number Of Unified Shaders: 80

    Hardware ID: PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_68E0&SUBSYS_04131028&REV_00

    Driver Information
    Driver Manufacturer: ATI Technologies Inc.
    Driver Description: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470
    Driver Provider: ATI Technologies Inc.
    Driver Version: 8.680.0.0
    Driver Date: 18-Nov-2009

    I tried the software u told it showed my motherbord fans r working but in graphic card it dint mention any fan i copied and pasted the information it gave...
  8. yea its probably not going show a graphics card fan bc its a laptop so it probably only has one system fan
  9. so laptops dont have graphic card fans okay is there anyway i can stop the over heating??
  10. Vinoth_123 said:
    so laptops dont have graphic card fans okay is there anyway i can stop the over heating??

    You need to clean the heatsink. Laptop heatsinks collect hair and dust like mad.

    Try to use a can of compressed gas(air duster) toe blast air into the vents to dislodge the dust/dirt. If you can actually see the fan on the bottom, see how dirty it looks.

    If it gets too bad, sometimes you have to take it apart(or get someone else to) to clean it better.

    If it gets too bad, it start to look like this.


    Laptop video cards do have a fan, sometimes its own, other files shared with the cpu.

    EDIT.

    Somehow i missed that you DID clean fans, did you check that side of the heatsink? it builds up like a fabric
  11. as nukemaster said you should def take it apart to clean it...I know you said you cleaned out the fan...did you get in there good? I will guess that you took it apart bc you said you re did the thermal paste so you might have taken the fan assembly apart
  12. yes i took them apart and cleaned them , there were some dust but i cleared them , i can even feel the heat cming from below into my keypads and left top aswell my laptop is dell studio 1558 . i have no idea y its over heat like this ><
  13. Best answer
    did this recently start happening or did it always do this and you just didnt notice it? its possible that its a bad design by dell....it seems like you ruled everything else out...the only thing that could have happened which is known to happen with some dell laptops is the main board warped from heat causing bad contact with the gpu or cpu....thus creating the high temps you see....which if that was the case you are out of luck unless you want to replace the main board but it would prolly cost more than a new laptop
  14. Thank toy for ur time and reply guys its realy been a great help , my laptop performance is improved a bit thx to u guys , and as u said it might be mother board problem coz i tried every thing else , once again thx for all ur help its realy been helpfull.....
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