Question about Intel D101GGC Motherboard
I have Intel D101GGC motherboard, 256 MB RAM with Intel Pentium D Processor. When I start DOS mode the fan starts rotating very fast, producing too much noise and heat. Same situation occuers when I start any 3d game or fast forward movies. What is the actual problem and how Can I solve it
Actually, when you play 3d games, it takes a lot of processor usage, thus more heat is generated from the processor. The system compensates this heat by increasing the speed of the fan. Try downloading a sensor for your processor(usually available in the drivers CD or the motherboard's website) to check if the heat is really over the limit. If it is, you may want to clean your fan, put some oil, and replace the heatsink compound. Or if you have extra cash to spare, buy a better cooling system for your processor
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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