Question about Dell (Fan Only) M/N AFC0912DE, DC12V, 2.50A, D/N P2780 P2780
The bios monitors the processor Temperature and increases fan speed if its gets hot. I recommend, get a can of air and blow out the processor's heat sink, as it could be getting dirty and preventing air flow for cooling. otherwise you have some software that running the CPU at a high rate for a long period of time. Use control +alt +Del then switch to task manager, if you click on the CPU heading it will order the tasks by CPU usage, look for the ones that are at the top of the list. note:system idle process should always be way up there 95-100% CPU, this on is OK. all else look into. you can "end task" one the offensive one and look up more details on the web about that application. I look forward to your comments. Thanks
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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