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Intel DG965RY CPU Overheating

My mobo is showing error message of cpu overheating, at first it will boot up and will show desktop after 5 minutes it will shotdown then i will press power it will boot but will show above mentioned error and eill shutdown again, i have checked the cooling fan and its working fine, im using an intel pentium D 3.00ghs, kingston 2gb ram, not overclocked, help please, tnx

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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 may be because , your heatsink is not fixed properly, to the chips aluminium base due to loose clamping, or it may be due to lack of thermal grease(a chemical compound meant to libricate the heat transfer between the cpu and heat sink) Most probably, the second case would solve it, if not your heatsink is not fixed tightly to the base(cpu)

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If its overheating it wouldnt do it immediately. It would get past POST and problem overheat at "starting windows". and if it did that most mobo's will display an error message before POSTing that says it had to shut down your system to prevent overheating.

Plus you also have a decent cpu cooler, so even if you did a terrible job putting on the thermal paste it shouldnt cause your cpu to overheat, unless you have doing a huge overclock, then it might happen.

Are you overclocked right now? have you tried setting everything back to stock speeds and booting like that?
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To check the memory, hdd, and cpu you can download the ultimate boot cd UBCD Burn it to a disc then boot to it. Use the utilities on it to test your components.

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To help solve overheating buy a cooling pad and have the thermal paste/pads replaced on the cpu and gpu.

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Fail to boot


When you say boot do you mean POST?

Is it turning on at all?

What happens exactly when you press the power button?

Any beeps?

Open the case and remove everything except 1 RAM chip, the cpu, the cpu cooler. Hook up the monitor to the onboard graphics and try to boot again.

If it POSTs then you know that you have a problem with one of the pieces of hardware you removed, replace them 1 at a time until it fails to POST then you know which piece is defective.

If it still doesn't POST with everything removed, try a different RAM chip, if it still fails POST then you need to replace the motherboard.

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Same prob


This problem cannot be solved by anyone but a trained technician.

It will liklely requires one of the following repairs

1) new motherboard
2) new CPU
3) New CPU fan
4) new ATX power supply


This is my honest opinion after 100+ PM repairs personally.

best of luck,

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1. Remove the 1 Ram module from Slot B Channel 0.
2. See if problem is still there.
3. If not get another Ram module of same spec to fill up all 4 channels.
4 If error still there swap the removed Ram module with one of the Ram modules still installed. One of them might be faulty.

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