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My CPU Heat


You should check Task MGR and see what process's are running, you need to find out if the CPU is being pushed, when you are not doing anything the CPU should be close to zero or between 0-10 percent.

So if you check and find the CPU is running at Idle, then you check the CPU fan clean it.

You should install software that will show you the CPU temp and fan speed, as you work the CPU through software running, the fan should increase in speed.

If the CPU is not staying cool near 40C, then look for a better cooler.

Thermal compound has no miracle, the cooler is what is important, and the case fan is not as important as the CPU cooler itself.

Dec 02, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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How cpu's work properly


What is a CPU?


The Central Processing Unit, or CPU, is considered the brain of a computer.

Without this vital component, the computer wouldn't be able do any of the functions it is capable of doing. Basically, it is a chip that handles the moving and processing of data.


With each new upgrade, the CPU is getting faster and more powerful.

Speed and reliability is the name of the game when consumers are comparing CPU chips in the new PCs. F

or some, the brand of CPU is the major selling point for many when buying a new computer. The faster and more powerful the CPU, the more the computer will sell.


How Does it Work?


The CPU sits in the motherboard as the central unit.

All of the other hardware components and programs installed on the system must go through the CPU before their function can be carried out.


The CPU's job function is important and enormous in scale.
When a function, program or piece of data is called, the CPU pulls it from Random Access Memory (RAM) and any other hardware in order to process it.


The CPU then reads the instructions associated to the task before sending it back to RAM. The instructions that the CPU receives pertains to calculations and data transportation.


The system bus is the trail that the data must travel before it is executed.

It is the CPU's job to make sure that the data is guided through the system bus to be processed by the CPU and then on to the next step.


With every stop on the system bus, the CPU makes sure that the data gets there in the correct order.


hope this helps




Oct 11, 2012 | MSI K9N6SGM-V Motherboard

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Why does not cpu work on more tera hertze?


A CPU is specifically designed to work as a certain frequency. Some motherboards allow overclocking to speed up the clock frequency and allow the CPU to operate faster. The faster the CPU operates the more heat it will generate.
When a CPU overheats, it will shutdown - this is called thermal shutdown and if this is allowed to continue, the CPU will eventually fail.

Sep 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Why Dell Laptop cpu fan are first time power on can work but after boot process can't work?


Maybe you are interested in this:
http://www.laptopcpufan.com/dell-laptop-cpu-fans-c-1.html

Jun 15, 2010 | Dell (H5195) Laptop Cooler, CPU Fan,...

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My new cpu can't start


Hi,

I think there was some hardware issue in your CPU,if RAM is unplg or loose in that condition CPU will be not working,Replug the RAM properly and start the system if still cpu not working thats mean there was a problem with your cpu SMPS fan (place backside in cpu for cooling),cpu fan SMPS is not support,Please change it.
good luck..
Please rate me....

Thanks

Mar 25, 2010 | Sony VAIO PCV-W600G PC Desktop

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If cpu fried is there any hope for motherboard


Yes there is. There is a slight possibility that the motherboard sitll works, but it is better to test it with a processor of the same type, or one that has the same socket to actually see if it works.

If you need further assistance please post.
Thank you

Mar 08, 2010 | EliteGroup GeForce 6100SM-M Motherboard

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Cpu fan can not detect when boot at hp dx 2300


YOUR CPU FAN MIGHT BE VERY DIRTY OR IS NOT WORKING. YOU MAY CLEAN THE FAN AND HEAT SINK. AFTER CLEANING AND YOU TURN ON THE THE PC AND THE FAN DIDN'T WORK YOU CAN BUY THE CPU FAN TO A ELECTRONIC STORE SUCH AS FRY'S ELECTRONIC'S. HOPING THIS INFORMATION WILL HELP YOU SOLVE CPU FAN PROBLEM.

Aug 14, 2009 | HP Hewlett Packard Compaq dx2400...

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CPU fan not detected


replace ur cpu fan...... if u hv a problem with SMPS the fan which u can see at the back of ur cpu do replace it.. this SMPS provides all the power requorements for ur CPU

Jun 29, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Beep sound when swith on


good day,

a beep from your cpu system means that there is an error. and since there is a "cpu overheat" error, it could mean that your cpu cooling system (or its fan) is not working.

the shutdown is a defense mechanism of your cpu in order for your cpu not to self distract.

have the cooling system replaced as soon as possible to avoid further damage.

i hope this will help

Oct 13, 2008 | Intel D845GVSR Motherboard

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