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Hello,

My pc this days get so hot. Even i don't use it for long time. I have windows 7 and CPU 2G and RAM 2G. Before was working good but this days get so hot and the fans turn so fast.

Please how i can solve this problem.

 

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Hello,

I have a desktop pc where I work on over 15 hours a day. So I really have to pass a lot of time around it. Recently it is making some annoying sound which I think is caused by the cooling fan inside near the power supply. I have tried to figure out what happened but could not do so. Please give me some suggestion on how to make this annoying sound stop.

Karlos Hilton

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I have a laptop. Dell type.

I have no idea but when it is connected to the charger it gets heated up quickly.

I already use a fan, but it is of no use. What are the other possible things?

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Hello

I have got two new rebuilds. The first one is i7 2600Kw Giga MB h67 and the other one is i7 2500Kw Giga Z68 MB. The genuine idle temperature of the first one is 37 Degree C while the other’s is 48 Degree C. Both of them have the Corsair 430 watt PSU. I have reset every part of my motherboard but that didn’t make any difference. Does temperature make any difference in CPU?

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I have a Pentium 4 3.00 GHz Prescott CPU which a rating of 450W on its power supply. This CPU has a problem wherein its temperature reading sometimes goes beyond the normal operating temperatures. This usually occurs when after starting the computer you load a game such as Call of Duty and the temperature rises from a previous reading of 55C to 76C. The heat sinks in the CPU are the default heat sinks that came with the machine.

Should I replace them or is this temperature increase due to a fault of the power supply? Please help, I need your advice.

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I really need help. My computer produces a deafening sound from its fan. I have tried to clean it severally, at times using air pressure but as of now, there’s really no improvement. The noise still persists. I have also replaced the fan a number of times but to my disgust, nothing seems to change. Well the computer’s maker is Compaq, its processor is 800 megahertz while its random access memory is 512 megabytes. It is a computer I have used for many years (probably 3 and above). For your assistance please.

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I added two new fans inside the CPU. At first it will run properly. The normal start up windows will show itself but after windows started, the computer restarts and after that I can't open it. I need to pull the plug into the socket. What do you think should i do to make it run normally without removing the SYSTEM FANS

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Hello everyone,

 

I shutdown my computer after using it but the fan won't stop. The monitor is already turned off but the fan is still working. I waited for few minutes thinking that it will stop but it didn't. This happened twice already. I need to turn off the computer voltage regulator to be able to stop the fan. I'm just wondering why it's happening? Please help me determine what the problem is. Thank you so much.

 

Anne

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Many brands have captured the market for PCs, Tablets, Laptops and etc. Dell is famous for many things in the market, but does dell have the greatest heat sink?

What is the basic purpose of using the bigger heat sink?

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TechyV People,

I installed a software that monitors my computers internal temperature that includes HDD temp, CPU and motherboard. 

The software is called speedFan 4.43. As you can see below, HD1: is running @ 51C compared to my western digital's 49C.

HD0: Western Digital Caviar Blue 320GB

HD1: Seagate 1B barracuda (ST31000528AS)

is this normal for a large capacity hard drive?

Fan Speed

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