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Problem with the CPU cooling fan...!! :-(

I am Arghya.
My computer's configuration is:
Intel Core 2 Duo processor. [E6550, 2.33 GHz]
Intel Classic Series DG33FB motherboard.
1 Gb RAM.
SONY DVD Re-Writer.
"Enter" sound Card [on board sound is disabled from BIOS].
No Graphics card is attached, machine is running with the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator Driver. Shared memory is 256 MB.

.........My problem is that, during booting the CPU temperature is 32C & idle temperature is 40C. During booting the CPU cooling fan is running on 820-830 RPM & when the machine is idle, the fan is running on 870-880 RPM. During execution of any program or during playing games, the CPU temperature is reaching to 50C-54C & then the fan speed is only 920-950 RPM. My question is that, is this temperature & the fan speed is normal??
If it is not normal, then what should I do??
Is the processor is eligible to get a replacement [my machine covers the warranty period] ????
Please send me the solution to:
arghyaheart@gmail.com

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Dear ARGHYA,
welll i can understand this, for this you can apply the Heatsink Grease between CPU and CPUFAN . it will help to reduce the CPU Temprature.


Cheerup

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

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