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Cpu overheat well its very cpu goes too high in his temperature and the cooler fan goes crazy and its making a huge starts with 3000 rpm and it can goes 5000.and the cpu goes at 60?c only with windows running... in about 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.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008


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