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Computer keeps freezing.


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zoneykid

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I've had this problem for a couple months now.

I don't really know why it happens but usually it happens when I'm playing a game(Warcraft III, Age of Empires III and Crysis SP demo so far.) so im thinking it could be heating, but I'm not sure so i was wondering if you guys could tell me if theres any way to find out if its overheating.

I logged the heating with nvidia monitor, and my xfx 7600gt gets 60-64 Celsius on idle and 66-68 on warcraft 3 and my AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ Dual core gets 52-55 on idle and 56-58 on warcraft 3, and according to the log my system usually stays at 42/43 idle/load, and I'm not sure whether these are normal temps or not.

Usually this system is on most of the day(and usually all night too).

Edited by zoneykid, 14 November 2007 - 08:59 PM.

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