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When I replaced my cpu { Celeron-E1200 Dual Core} I kept the stock heatsink and fan from that processor.
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When I replaced my cpu { Celeron-E1200 Dual Core} I kept the stock heatsink and fan from that processor.
that fan isnt adequite for that processor....the D805's create more heat than the early duals from 1200-2100 in series models

i suggest buying a new heatsink, and a power supply, thats 2 things on the list as a need now
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When I replaced my cpu { Celeron-E1200 Dual Core} I kept the stock heatsink and fan from that processor.
Why didn't you use the one that came with your new cpu? Anyway, did you clean and reapply thermal paste after installing the new cpu? Are you overclocked?
post #14 of 21
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No overclock. Motherboard doesn't support it, however its completely customized. I didnt change over heat sinks and fans because when it was bought used it it came with just the processor. I have opened my computer and wiped and reapplied thermal paste and used a can of air too disperse the dust caught up everywhere. When i turned it back on it got the the welcome screen and I got a blue screen but, when it restarted it came into windows.
CPU temperature idle is now 57.
Huge drop in temperature, only way I can be sure if its working I assume is by letting it stay on..
Edited by Bigbear420 - 3/20/11 at 9:34am
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Sorry double posted again .
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Just so I know, The D805 is better then the e1200 at stock right?
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No overclock. Motherboard doesn't support it, however its completely customized. I didnt change over heat sinks and fans because when it was bought used it it came with just the processor. I have opened my computer and wiped and reapplied thermal paste and used a can of air too disperse the dust caught up everywhere. When i turned it back on it got the the welcome screen and I got a blue screen but, when it restarted it came into windows.
CPU temperature idle is now 57.
Huge drop in temperature, only way I can be sure if its working I assume is by letting it stay on..
Even at 57 idle is pretty warm. You could see if anyone is selling a stock cooler for a few bucks that fits your mobo.
post #18 of 21
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Very good idea, I'm going too have too agree with you one hundred percent, I have changed the d805 back to the Celeron, just going too hold onto it until I find a proper heatsink. The Celeron is running at 26 degrees which is a huge temperature dip.
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Just so I know, The D805 is better then the e1200 at stock right?
the D805 is a more advanced dual core as far to my knowledge, the clocks matter to some, to most its how fast the oc reacts, which can be partained to the porocessor and more so to the HDD
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post #20 of 21
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UPDATE:
Okay, So as per changing to the e1200 when going into game realized terrible lag and just my whole windows setup-resolution-visual effects seemed choppy and less responsive. I decided too change back too the original set-up (D805 and e1200 heat sink)... Now the temperature (which WAS idle at 89 °C) Is now idling at 43 °C, 55°C max and in full server on TF2.
The system seemed to only do that for a limited of time then after the can air dust remover and re-application of thermal paste easily solved this issue, and I believe it was the CPU.
Even went into game and played with good results, thought I'd let it run for a few days too judge whether the problem was indeed gone or not. Even running the computer long hours it seems to be back to normal.

Darn dust creates heaps of problems.... because its freezing here just got dumped on with loads of snow, as did you PCSarge,
**waves at PCsarge from Hamilton Ontario** I'm your neighbour, lol
Edited by Bigbear420 - 3/23/11 at 7:56am
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