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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Mr.mightyflims, Dec 22, 2012.

  1. Mr.mightyflims New Member

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    My computer is too hot and i use easy tune 6 to check And when i am i not playing BF3 its Fine but when i am its gets to hot and shuts the game down Plz help
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    What CPU,What cooler,overclocked or not?
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    Help

    You can increase your system configuration and take help of technical support staff if your system in warranty.
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    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    please fill in your system specs here to aid us in helping you
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    +1: Also, what kind of temps? If they really are high and your chassis isn't full of dust and airflow is good, the thermal compound could have dried out. This happened with one of my 6870s this week and my stock loaded temperature was 92*C (!!) and after re-applying some compound (after cleaning the surface before applying it,) it dropped to ~52*C loaded at stock at ~63*C overclocked.
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    If you could use Core Temps to log the temperatures that would be a great help but id like to know is this something new or has the pc been overheating for a long time? Its usual for the cpu to heat up during load SO it could in theory be normal.

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