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CPU thermal trip warning

My cpu is not heating too much... but its making an ambulance sound... restarts every 2 minutes and shows error message " Processor thermal trip"

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Hi,

Two possibilities:

  • the CPU is really overheating; and/or
  • the motherboard is falsely sensing high temp.
Corrective measure for an overheating CPU would be:
  • clean, re-lubricate or replace the fan;
  • clean or refit the heatsink. If it is overclocked, you may need a better heatsink.
If the CPU is not really heating up abd the motherboard is sensing erroneous temp readings, then the problem may be with:
  • BIOS version, try to flash and update the BIOS; and/or
  • check the temp probe underneath the CPU, it may need cleaning or slightly bending away from contact.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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Check the clamp of the cooling fan. If the clamp is not engaged, heat sink didn't take the heat away from the micro processor causing CPU over heating.

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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The 50% useage of the CPU is the problem not a fan issue. You have a memory glitch or IRQ setting causing this. Go back to basics look for a Video problem or shared memeory - does this board have onboard video, does it have onboard audio, have you installed a add in video/audio card? Check your bios settings, look at shadow memeory useage.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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Seems you may need to provide a bigger heatsink/fan for the processor or maybe able to put a chassis fan inside the case...I have had this happen on a number of systems in the past...Some of which the temp sensor was defective...had a GIGABYTE board do the same thing...What you can try to do is to go to BIOS setup and go to the pc health page( or the page that shows the thermal data). There may be a setting here to enable/disable the temperature alarm/shutdown...I've had to do this on several boards due to temp sensor failure and being skeptical I made sure the cpu did not get too hot by checking with an infrared temp probe...turned out all was OK

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Dear sir, my motherboard is amd athlon 64 socket 939.when i on the system then system is running but processor fan is not rotating.Finally after 25-30 minutes it automatically turned of and displays cpu...


It sounds like the cpu's temperature is raising over the safety level set in the bios so it switches off and displays the error!
to solve this either:

Your cpu cooler fan needs replacing

or

Your current cooler fan isn't connected to the correct socket on your board (check you're user manual, usually a .pdf you can download from manufacturers site)

or

Just try connecting your current cooler fan to the cpu and see if it turns on at all. If not make sure you replace it with one that is compatible with your system that can fit in your case

If the temperature has raised to a significant level the thermal paste could probably use replacing also, so get some thermal paste remover and thermal paste, and read in your motherboard user manual how to replace the cpu heat sink safely.

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Emachines t5212 overheat message then shuts down


Three causes of ovheating:
1) Dust. Dust inside the computer, Dust around the vents, fans, cpu and heat sink. Take a can of compressed air and clean the dust out of the computer.

2) A Fan not working. Make sure the fan inside the Power Supply where you plug the power cord in works. Also there is a fan that sits on top of the CPU and Heat Sink. Make sure it works. Normally the system will give you an error message if the fan is not working.

3) Thermal Paste - The Thermal Paste around the cpu and heat sink has dried up or is too thin to keep the unit cool. Apply a fresh coat of Thermal Paste on the CPU and Heat Sink.

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that can be meaning if the processor is Not Supported with your motherboard,or the New Processor is not in good condition (can be Over Heat or damage).
Processor over heat or damage can be because the HEAT SINK (white or grey pasta at the top of processor) is not enaugh to cooling the processor or,the fan Proseccor is Dirty.

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Your GA-7N400 PRO2 motherboard does not have a built-in video graphics card. You need to install an AGP 8x graphics card into the AGP slot on the motherboard. When you removed the heat-sink & fan assembly the CPU starts to over heat & the CPU will shut down the system. That's why you heard the, european ambulance sound.
If it wouldn’t, you would fry the CPU. Make sure you add thermal grease on to the CPU before re-assembling the heat-sink & fan. Don't forget to plug the CPU fan power connector on to the board.

Motherboard specs;
http://www0.dealtime.com/xPF-Gigabyte-GA-7N400-Pro2
Download & read your manual. Open the link provided here;
http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Motherboard/Manual_Model.aspx?ProductID=1756

Good luck!
Mike

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Check the clamp of the cooling fan. If the clamp is not engaged, heat sink didn't take the heat away from the micro processor causing CPU over heating.

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It sounds like you have a couple of potential problems. First it could be the fan is not working due to failure or not being plugged in properly. Second is that you need to put Thermal Paste between the processor and the heatsink. If you have not done this before, I suggest seeking out a friend that has to help out. There is many kinds of thermal paste and not one is universal. Find out the one that the CPU manufacturer recommends.

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To solve the thermal heat problem
1. Apply heat paste pound inbetween the processor and motherboard.
2. Check the MotherBoard cpu pins are correct temper.
3. Check the CPU Fan's RPM in hardware monitoring menu in BIOS mode.
4. If dust is form inside of the fan rotar open the plastic lock and take the Fan out and clean clearly apply the oil slightly in the pully.
5. If This problem is till continue, Change the SMPS and rescet the BIOS setup. Now problem will clear.
6. Problem is till continue check the CPU and and then MotherBoard.
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Hello niceguy_jes2,
click on this link for the ambulance like sound beep description:
http://www.bioscentral.com/beepcodes/awardbeep.htm

"High frequency beeps while running". "Check the CPU fan for proper operation. Check the case for proper air flow".

First item to check would be CPU's fan speed. To do this, enter your bios menu. Listed there is "H/W Monitor". Open it. Check the fan speed, CPU temperature & mother board temp. Chances are the CPU fan is turning too slow & it may need to be replaced. (No less than 2300RPM's). Average CPU fan's spin at 3000 plus).
Next item if CPU fan is ok. The thermal grease between the heat-sink & CPU may have dried up over time & cause the CPU to get too hot. You may need to remove the CPU & heat-sink assembly. Clean off all old thermal grease from the bottom of the heat-sink & from the CPU. If you do this, do not scratch either surface. Use house hold alcohol on a clean rag & wipe away all old thermal grease. Apply a tiny amount of new thermal grease. Re-assemble & check through bios H/W monitor, CPU temp. One or the other will stop the system beeps.
Link to MSI: http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=manual&maincat_no=1&prod_no=237

Good luck niceguy_jes2!
Post if there are troubles.
Thank you for using fixya.
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This sounds like it could be a heat issue. When you're in windows, you're using the processor more than if it just sits idle in BIOS. Using your cpu creates more heat. Make sure there is no dust in the fan or the heatsink on the cpu. Also, remove the heatsink and clean the old thermal grease compound off the heatsink and cpu and reapply fresh thermal grease.

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How is your cpu cooler? Sounds like it could be a heat issue. How long before it freezes? Will it actually boot through to the operating system or freeze on start up? If it runs for a while then freezes it sure could be overheating.

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