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Over Heating ?


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#1 KennyC

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Posted 28 March 2010 - 03:47 PM

Hello, Ill start immideately by saying that I know very very little regarding hardware (watched over a freinds shoulder as he built a computer) and thats about it. I know bleep about troubleshooting hardware problems.

Here is my problem ( I think..)

A few days ago my computer started emitting loud constant beeps. and they only way I got it to stop was shut it off. I eventually gleaned through some googling that this might be BIOS beep code. My board is an ASUS P5N-E SLI, and the loud constant beeps seems to fall into the over heat code category.(at least according to the site I stumbled on). I opened up the case and thouroughly blew out all the dust then watched to see if all the fans were running, which they are. I have 3 case fans One up front, one in back and one on the side) and then I there is the heatsink fan and the fan on the video card. Everything was fine for a few days until today its been intermittently going off. (maybe 5-10 second episodes at the longest) During one I noticed one of the case fans(a small one on the side blink off and the beeping immediately started then it came back on and the beeping stopped.


Anyways a freind sent me this program but I havent really found any solid info on what tempatures are OK.

This screenshot was taken shortly after start up with only Itunes and Outlook open.

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Googling has lead me to believe that these are pretty high.

Right now though the Core 0 and Core 1 temps are around 40 degrees celcius and I have just my broweser and outlook open.

I work from home so the computer stays on for stints as long as 16-20 hours and I usually hibernate it when I go to sleep.
I sometimes forget and it stays on all night but the past couple days IVe been hibernating it.


I hope that covers everything and I appreciate any help

Edited by KennyC, 28 March 2010 - 03:49 PM.


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#2 Axegrinder

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Posted 28 March 2010 - 04:57 PM

Try removing the heatsink and replacing the thermal compound as it can go abit cruddy over time. Your GPU temps seem a abit high also.

Edited by Axegrinder, 28 March 2010 - 04:58 PM.





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