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My pc is gets hot when i play Dota 2

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Randolph18, May 3, 2017.

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  1. Randolph18

    Randolph18 Thread Starter

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    Hi guys, Im just wondering why my pc gets hot when i play dota2. I have full graphics in my game im satisfied with my fps, nothings wrong with my game but im really worried about my pc gets hot. Can somebody help me with this? Thanks in advance.
    My pc specs:
    CPU: i7-7700 3.6ghz
    Motherboard: Asus H270 Prime
    Ram: 16gb
    Psu: 400watts
    Graphics Card: Msi GTX 1060 3GB OCV1
     
  2. Johnny b

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    What temps are you seeing?
    Hard drive, cpu and motherboard

    Have you checked for dust accumulation?

    Is this a branded or custom build?
     
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  3. crjdriver

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    Go to the support page for your motherboard;
    https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/PRIME-H270-PRO/HelpDesk/
    Download and install the asus suite. Once done, monitor your temps with the asus program ie PPSU or power/performance. Post your temps here. Do this twice. Once under a normal load and once while running prime95 or IBT [intel burn test]
    If you are using the stock intel cooler, those are fine for normal use however for gaming, you need a quality cooler like a coolermaster 212 or other performance cooler.

    One other item. You list a 400W pw supply. The minimum pw supply for your video card is 400W. While you can get by doing this as long as you have a high end pw supply ie seasonic or other high end unit. If you have a corsair cx, cxm, or vs unit, you are asking for problems. IMO you never want to build a system with bare minimum specs.
     
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