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temperaturee are high and cant play anymore.

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  1. beljo

    beljo Thread Starter

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    Hi
    My PC is half year old. This problem started about half year ago. If PC idle the GPU diode temperature is 85-90 and CPU is 40-50. But if i start some game, Ex: Street fighter 4 or something newer the temperature starts to go higher. GPU goes 100-110 and CPU to 90+ and then PC shuts down. What should I do to solve this problem. Check mby CPU thermoplasma or buy some new coolers? I have cleaned it recently.
    OK TY. Sry Im not english.
     
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    So this has been happening ever since you got it? Is it a pre-built system or one you built yourself? Both the video card and CPU temps are too high and you can actually damage, if you haven't already damaged the hardware by letting the problem persist for so long.

    Have you checked to make sure the fan on the video card is working and the heatsink isn't loose? It'd would also appear that the CPU heatsink isn't installed correctly or the fan isn't working. What case do you have and what kind of cooling fans do you have?
     
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    no sorry. PC is ~ 1 year old. All fans are working. CPU fan speed was 2000+. Checked in bios.
     
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    Is it installed correctly? The socket 775 heatsinks are badly designed and not the best to install. You may have to remove it, remove the old thermal pad and install new thermal grease; I'd recommend using Arctic Silver 5.

    Do you have any case fans? What are the room temps like?
     
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