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Overheating GX 7022E is shuting down from overheating fans are working is this a software issue with speed control

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  • photowriter Dec 01, 2008

    I have the same problem. Using Speed Fan I find that the cpu often goes over 70C and once there it runs so slowly that it is unusable.

    This computer does not have a fan attached to the heat sink (which is clean and well attached). The fan is on the front of the case and does not respond soon enough to the rise in temperature. It does eventually but does not stay on long enough to get the cpu back to reasonable levels.
    This has a Pentium D which I understand has heat issues.



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The overheating fan is not controlled by a software, there are three reasons why your fan overheats. First in the hard drive, your fan is not connected properly. Second you need thermal paste to keep the metal part of the fan to stick to the CPU to cool it down. The last thing is that the fan could be dusty and not running as usual.

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