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Fan on full speed and than switxh off msi cx700

At start-up, fan goes on full speed about one minut, than shuts down. (windows starts up)

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    Hans Dec 29, 2013

    System starts up normally, CPU and GPU are not hot. Cleaned cooling system and put new paste.

  • Hans
    Hans Dec 29, 2013

    Despite the abovem the fan keeps on full speed and system shuts down after about a minute or 2

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You will need to disassemble the fan and clean off dust accumulated. also check for any obstruction of the fan slot.

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