Question about ASUS EN7600GT/2DHT/256 (256 MB) PCI Express Graphic Card
My english is not wery well so if you find some mistakes dont be angry.
My problem is from the start when i buy computer.
1.i have asus p5b matherboard ,
2.intel pentium 4 3,0ghz 925 dualcore procesor.
3. 1gb ddr2 ram 667 kingston
4. asus en7600gt/2dhtv 256mb.
ok that is my sistem , so this is the problem i instaled the softver for graphic card driver the new one and asus smart doctor. My problem is when i start any game i get the warrning from asus doctor that the card is overheating.
in smart doctor this is the value for graphic card en7600gt
vcc - 3.31
vcore - 1.34
pcie - 13.0
fb - 2.0
and gpu where i get the warrning is - 89 or 90c
ram - 38c
fan - 4702
this is happening 10 or 20 seconds when i enter a game.
i didnt do any overcloking i use the card from the beginig default.
why do i have that warrning, is the card malfuctioning. cooler is clean.
that is one one problem and the second is the same with the procesor
in his smart doctor the same problem with the core overheating i looked at the cooler it is clean. i shut down the comp. and when the windows xp profesional start at the begining the doctor came up with the warrning for overheating but i shut down the computer for 30 minutes this is only for the procesor i can emagine that is overheating so fast is it softver or hardver.
My name is Nemanja and thank you for helping me. my email firstname.lastname@example.org
I am not familiar with the Smart Doctor software, but it seems to me that the software is having problems. If you don't show any symptoms such as random errors on your system or the system is shutting down, I would especially say that the software is wrong.
I would go through the system bios, which is accessed by hitting delete when you start the computer (you can continuously tap the delete key if you are unsure of when to precisely hit it) In there, you can look at the system health status and determine exactly what you motherboard is reading the temperature at, then compare that to what t the software is telling you.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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