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Cpu overheat well its very simple...my cpu goes too high in his temperature and the cooler fan goes crazy and its making a huge noise.it starts with 3000 rpm and it can goes 5000.and the cpu goes at 60?c only with windows running... in about 30minutes.no games,programs or anything else.Yeah, i already have clean it and put new termal pasta. So i dont have any idea of what its going on with the cpu. Could you help me?thanks...

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Todays CPU fans are set to automatically up their RPMs if the processor overheats or is overtaxed. But the trick is when the fan itself is not cooling enough but rotates and makes this sound like a heicopter. Since you see it turning, you may not realise its cooling is poor. The best and long last solution is get a brand new fan and install it. The baby will stop crying.

Good luck.

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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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see do one thing check the cpu fan whether it is working properly and is not producing any noise if it is then probably you need to replace your cpu fan with a new one also makke sure that your power supply fan and chasis fan is working as excess heat gets generated in the system they remove it
to change the cpu fan 1.see it will depend on what kind of cpu socket you have pin or pinless for pin-open the plastic clamp on the fan for pinless -unscrew the heatsink
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3.if you wish to install the old heatsink by just replacing the top fan then replace the fan and rub the bottom of the heat sink with a sand paper to make it even and free from dust and oxide apply thermal compond and install it on the processor .plug bak the cpu fan header cable . start your system it will stop overheating..

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How to recover my intel pentium D 2.8ghz processor its over heating of 70 degrees.


If your system is five years old or older it is possible that the thermal grease/tape has dried and will need replaced. There is no need to remove the CPU for this. If you can enter your bios you can also check the fan speed of your CPU heatsink fan rpm. It should run between 2800rpm and as high as 3500rpm. If its not than replace your heatsink assembly.
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http://www.thefind.com/computers/browse-install-intel-cpu-heatsink
Thermal tape: http://www.crazypc.com/products/PQ5-5025.html

Thermal grease: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835100302&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-CPU%20Thermal%20Paste%20/%20Grease-_-MASSCOOL-_-35100302&AID=10440897&PID=1609763&SID=tfc_-_4_104_100921_e4d0767819e4422998638af41543c991:0000

Video how to remove heatsink assembly video how to replace heatsink assembly: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3k9Ube9BBs

There are more videos listed on the right side of YouTube.

Good luck.
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I have a "p4 processor with 3.06ghz speed";i recently having problem of overheating and my temperature is rising to 100degree when CPU utilization is 100%.. .This all happened when i took out my heat-sink...


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Need a lot more info; are you overclocking? What Make/model of CPU are you using? AMD or Intel? Athlon, Phenom? Pentium or Core 2? is the PC at idle or running flat out? Are you using a stock CPU cooler; I'd bet yes, since if you had replaced the cooler you would have given many more details. All of this being said, unless you are running flat out decoding or encoding video or some other CPU intensive app, yes, 58 degrees is pretty d*** hot; at idle, it should probably run 35-45 degrees. I would take the case apart and use canned air to give it a good dusting (outside, please), with special emphasis on the heatsink and fan.

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Turns off


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Also check the fan and heat sink on the CPU. If they are loaded down with dust, the CPU is not getting cool enough, With power OFF, remove the fan and heat sink, clen them and put them back. That will do wonders to cool the CPU.

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I here a high pitch noise from cpu when power offed. why is this?


The poster probably refers to the computer itself as the CPU. (Not essentially a mistake, a common use of the term from history.) If so, the high pitched sound comes from a **** PSU. Changing it is recommended. It's taking it's dying breaths.

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