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PROCESSOR I PUT A THERMAL PASTE ON MY PROCESSOR BUT STILL IT OVERHEATS

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    Devocap May 11, 2010

    Hey there nimjong, the thermal paste is there to aid in heat transfer from the cpu to the heat sink, or heat sink and fan. It is not recommended to run a computer without the heatsink and/or fan attached. This could result in the processor core burning out. What combination are you using, and are the fans, if any, working? Also have you run the cpu without the heatsink attached. Please provide as many details as you can.

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Put a pea sized ammount on it make sure its its well seated peace jules

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A) Plenty of time for the Processor (CPU) to overheat, and turn off. (BIOS turns it off)

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http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/274

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THERMAL OVERHEATING SHUTDOWN


1) Clean the inside of the computer. Power unplugged to computer, Anti-Static Precautions used, use a can of air, or two, to clean.
(Compressed air for computers)

2) Computer case open, computer plugged into power, turn the computer on, observe the cooling fans.

A) Processor: A processor may have it's fan sitting on top of the finned Heatsink, which sits on top of the processor,

OR, the fan may be a computer case fan in the Front of the computer, and uses a plastic tuned port to deliver air from the fan to the Processor.

In either case observe the rotation of the fan. See if it seems to be spinning at the correct speed. (RPM's)

See if it spins intermittently. Spins a few times, then slows down, or stops, and then spins again.

3) Check the Thermal Paste.
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If a Thermal Pad is used, remove it, fly it at the cat like a Frisbee. They are J-u-n-k.

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