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Processor problem

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by mkSmoke, Jun 8, 2019.

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  1. mkSmoke

    mkSmoke Thread Starter

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    hi, my processor is heating up but no beep, no display,p help.
     
  2. lunarlander

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    If you have no display, how do you know it is heating up?
     
  3. mkSmoke

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    by touching it
     
  4. lunarlander

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    I assume you mean you touched the case of the PC and not directly touch the CPU because a CPU that is on will always be hot to touch.

    If this is a desktop, open the side of the case. If you have a fan, use it blow into the opening.
     
  5. mkSmoke

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    i mean touching processor (CPU) which is below the cpu fan
    yes it is desktop
     
  6. lunarlander

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    Yeah, that always will be too hot to touch. So it is not an indication of overheating.

    Did you change PC parts or install Windows or install software before this happened?
     
  7. mkSmoke

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    nope, no changes in hardware and software
     
  8. lunarlander

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    Just to go back on the overheating hypothesis, is the CPU fan and the case fan running? Are they making a sound louder than normal?
     
  9. mkSmoke

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    both fans are running normally, if i unplug 4 pin psu connector from mboard and 20+4 pin connector keeps plugged in. If i plugged both connectors both fans stops working.
     
  10. lunarlander

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    I I understand you correctly - if you unplug one connector both fans work, if you plug in both connectors both fans stops? Sounds like either motherboard problem or power supply problem.
     
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