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Intel 845gvsr problem of thermal heating of cpu

I m facing problem with 2.4ghz and intel 845gvsr problem,
when i start my pc after sometime it automatically shutsdown
after few minute when i re boot i get a message unxpected shutdown due to thermal heating of cpu, where as the cpu heatsink fan is quite cool, it gives a alarm sound of cpu heating, i tried with other heatsinks the result is same, where does my problem lies in cpu or motherboard.

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  • Yo Mu Mar 31, 2009

    i've intel 845GVSR board with 2.4GHz processor with 1MB cache. I am facing the same problem and for that i've replaced its FAN, applied heat sink paste beneth CPU fan, cleaned all possible dust, and inserted 2 fans in the cabinet (one for inward air in front and one for outward air at the back) but still its turn off due to thermal heat. what to do?


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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.
7. This is usefull to you. i think so. any how feadback to ''

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.this a problem with the dust colection in the heatsink,but can also be the processor,,i think it's the motherboard.

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