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I got my 2500k put togheter at sunday and Im noticing strange coore temps. core 0 is around 27c core2 42c core3 40c and core 3 27c its resting under a h50 with pushpull. And I have some sounde issues when i play a game I have a constanly buzzing sound from my headphones even if i mute the sound it still continue until i shut the game of not even tabbing makes it stop! When I was installing windows I did got some problem with my 250gb sata WD drive wich i was having 60 gigabyte for system and 190gb for game and stuff, so I was messing around disconnecting and connecting my harddrives even while my computer was on since there could be problem with loose sata cables i thougt it was alright untill ive installed windows and i had a terrible slow pc whit like readspeed of systemdrive at 2mb/s-10 mb/s is the harddrive then out of function 4ever? Im currently on my 500 gb caviar blue and its not that fast. I didnt format it before installing windows on it because I hade important data on it. What would u say about my problems? Is there anything to do?
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post #2 of 22
cpu spread spectrum enabled might help with the buzzing sound
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cpu spread spectrum enabled might help with the buzzing sound
OK what do you think about my 250gb western digital and my temperatures??
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Buzzing from front audio or rear audio port?
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The hard disks may have bad sectors
     
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post #6 of 22
Reapplying your thermal paste should help with the uneven temps.
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post #7 of 22
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Buzzing from front audio or rear audio port?
Rear I have not connected the front ones if im trying to reset cooler ill do it.
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The hard disks may have bad sectors
That means dead or resurect able?
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Reapplying your thermal paste should help with the uneven temps.
I do not have any chemical thats good for doing that at home right now could paper do it by it self?
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post #8 of 22
Bad sectors usually do not recover. You can just get windows to scan the disk for errors and Windows will detect the bad sectors, thus not using them.
     
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post #9 of 22
Also, to change the thermal paste I would strongly suggest some type of alcohol to remove the paste. Get a good thermal paste (it isn't expensive) and reapply it.

Always remember the static free environment :]
     
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post #10 of 22
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Bad sectors usually do not recover. You can just get windows to scan the disk for errors and Windows will detect the bad sectors, thus not using them.
Ok. Im thinking of plugg it in and atleast deep format it and try to use the windows fixing tool
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Also, to change the thermal paste I would strongly suggest some type of alcohol to remove the paste. Get a good thermal paste (it isn't expensive) and reapply it.

Always remember the static free environment :]
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