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Overheating problem

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Ok this has only happend three times but my computer overheats whenever I play Bf2. It happends in less than like 5 minutes. I don't want to take any more risks of screwing up the comp but why does bf2 only do this and is there some way to fix the overheation.

Edited by mallow, 07 March 2006 - 05:31 PM.

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Its more than likely the video card but the cpu can also be the problem.

Is it a pentium 4 prescott core?

You can get cooling fans for your pc if you have fan slots available. 2 case fans would help efficiently if you have the slots available.

A new video card cooler would be the next step if you still have problems after getting new case fans.
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