Question about Intel DG31PR Motherboard
Hi..hope ur a pro b4 handling core hardware components like cpu..
well d prob u described can b any one of d following:
i) the cpu fan- a) can be dirty..clean throughly..
b) look if any of the clips mounted into d main board is damaged..
c) try replacing d whole fan..
ii) the heat sink- may b dirty too..clean using a blower
iii) heat sink compund- ie a white paste rendered with a thin film between d cpu n d heat sink..it is seemed to b dried up..clean it using a cloth n re-apply it (available in chip-level spare market)
n.b.: b very careful b4 opening cpu fan n cpu from itz socket..
iv) open cmos utility or bios setup n in temperature settings ignore or disable cpu warning temperature..
v) c if all d electrolytic capacitors (mfd) situated in d north bridge of d main board r ok or not..
vi) download n install any cpu temperature control or cpu cooler software (dis softwares increases d fan speed as n when necessary)..
vii) if all d above fails try replacing d smps (atleast 450w)..
bt itz always better to seek intervention of ur computer supervisior or a pro..
n plz do vote n rate..
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
Hi Freeen, Yes indeed 68c to75c is in the range of frying the cpu and needs to be corrected immediately. Several thing could cause this problem. 1. The inside of the computer builds up with dust. Pop the cover off and look, if you see alot of dust built up on the cpu heat sink (small square of aluminum fins on the mother board) buy a can of Canned air (walmart $4-$5) and blow all the dust out. 2. the cpu fan could have quit working( replacements can be found online or at Radio Shack) 3. The least likely, the computer got a bump, drop, kick, fall, that has jarred lose the heat sink on top of the cpu (Radio Shack has heat sink compound, Quick Silver I believe is the name, and don't buy the cheap $3 tube, spring for the $12 tube, it is worth it if you need to heat sink your cpu) 4. The one you can do nothing about is that the cpu has an internal short in which case you could replace the cpu, which involves the above steps 1, 2, and 3 for safe measure. Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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