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post #11 of 20
HOly freaking crap dude you need some cooling devices or to not overclock your system .. thats really really hot

Edit: forgot to add yes if its running that hot you will see performance problems.
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post #12 of 20
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Originally Posted by djgaby View Post
my CPU is running @ 90 degree Celsius on idle and 98C on load, could it be the problem?
Yeah that is EXTREMELY not good. Is it just very hot in Lebanon, or do you need to maybe reseat the HSF?

If that isn't the issue, you might try setting Affinity to one core or download the intel dual-core optimizer (wait, is that AMD's thing? I forget; i don't have dual-core, but didn't intel have something like it?).
post #13 of 20
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i couldn't get the temperature below than that !!! i changed the thermal grease, i have a fan running maximum 2600rpm but i am putting a big house fan infront of the case , with 2 fans to suck air, and 2 other powerful one to make air enter i dont know still the tempreture dont get less than 98degree, i dont care if the CPU burned but the question is how much percent would the performance of the cpu decrease on this tempretures, what are the optimal tempreture for my cpu, my VGA also is running 72C is it hot too?
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post #14 of 20
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Originally Posted by djgaby View Post
i couldn't get the temperature below than that !!! i changed the thermal grease, i have a fan running maximum 2600rpm but i am putting a big house fan infront of the case , with 2 fans to suck air, and 2 other powerful one to make air enter i dont know still the tempreture dont get less than 98degree, i dont care if the CPU burned but the question is how much percent would the performance of the cpu decrease on this tempretures, what are the optimal tempreture for my cpu, my VGA also is running 72C is it hot too?
I'm not sure if the heat "decreases performance" on any scale, but i know it can cause the CPU to err (cause errors) which results in all sorts of crashes and a non-functioning computer. That problem needs to be solved. You can try under-clocking the CPU and lowering its voltage to lower temps and see if the problem persists.

The graphics should be ok at 72C. GPUs can generally handle much hotter temps than CPUs.
post #15 of 20
If your cpu is running that hot, would it even boot up? Ik on my old computer, I had it set to shut off if the cpu temperature exceeded 54 C.
post #16 of 20
Try to reseat the heatsink... make sure if your heatsink is in good shape... also if you want you can lap your cpu and heatsink !

Try removing the side panel of your case!
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post #17 of 20
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well i changed the heat grease the fan is stick very good to the CPu still the overheating problem, but its not causing any crashes or error on the pc, its working normaly but on very high tempreture, the fan is not running more than 2600RPM so you think that the fan is BAD? but i told you i put the big house fan in front of the case the case would fly from the air man its a typhoon inside hehe but still i can get it down less than 87C...
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post #18 of 20
87C is death for the cpu in short time..... i have mine oc'd to 3.5 ghz with 1.5125 vcore and it no hotter than 58c orthos load! and i thought mine was running warm! id say your heatsink isnt seated properly? what did you repace the "cpu grease" with???
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post #19 of 20
90 C? are you sure?? That is an emense temperature and id be suprised if the computer still worked at that! If the temp isnt the problem check how much memory you have available, i have a 3.2GHz pentium D and a crappy GeForce 7500 GFX card and it does not have the problems you stated (Although i dont run the GFX settings all on high, i am in about in the middle). If you have vista there is a side bar tool that tells you your memory usage but if not you can check it in task manager. Dont hold me to this but if your memory usage is over about 75% i think that could slow you down.
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If you CPU load really is 98 C get a fire extingwisher ready cos it should be bursting into flames about now!!
    
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post #20 of 20
By the way what sort of cooling do you have on your CPU and case? I just cant get over that temp!!! It wasnt 98 F was it cos im allmost certain it should be on fire by now!!!
    
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