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Earlier when I installed the PSU I tinkered a bit with the CPU where I actually tried pulling off the fan to have a look at it

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I would venture to say you indeed disrupted the paste, and a good cleaning and reapplication will work wonders.
    
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Maybe the case is dusty? Or you have the ambient room temperature set too high, I know that some cases that rarely have any case cooling attributes usually overheat in warmer rooms.


Click on UserCP at the top of this forum and on the left of the new page should be a link called "Add System" or something like that, create a system spec and fill in all the information in the table, there which will put it into your signature like ours is. This will help other members determine what hardware you are running without having to repost it every thread.
Yeah I'll have a look at that, would probably make everyone's life a bit easier.
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I would venture to say you indeed disrupted the paste, and a good cleaning and reapplication will work wonders.
Yeawell before it broke down today I had no idea that there was a such thing called thermal paste. Atleast you can say that I'm learning a bit from all my ****ups
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Hello people

Next up I tried removing my CPU fan and boot up my computer in order to check how fast it'd get hot, and after only 2-3 seconds it reached a sufficient temperature to make it quite painful to touch (after which I pulled the plug).

Sincerely the DoDoDuck
OMG WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT!

Purchase This:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-065-_-Product problem solved.
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OMG WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT!

Purchase This:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-065-_-Product problem solved.
Well I was ignorant back then for around an hour ago, and I didn't know about the impact that the thermal paste had on the cooling - and I wanted to check how fast it would heat up as I thought it might be a bit of useful information.

But well after learning all about this thermal paste stuff I see that I should never remove my cpu fan after having applied the paste nor should I boot it up without having paste on it ;D sorry random internet guy
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post #26 of 27
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But well after learning all about this thermal paste stuff I see that I should never remove my cpu fan after having applied the paste nor should I boot it up without having paste on it ;D sorry random internet guy
Hahaha - its all about learning friend.
    
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glad to see that you solved the problem! funny how thermal paste was the problem all along lol.
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