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unfortunately i don't have a can of compressed air in my house, however i can get some tomorrow, so i'll give it a go then.

i'm quite concerned about my cpu as i havn't had it long, about a year maybe, and my tower is rather large with maximum air flow. :)
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    Kraków my love :)

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For now, at least don't play any games.
Post back tomorrow after cleaning is done.
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i'm back! :)

  • cleaned out any dust in and around my case structure
  • cleaned hardware including the processor fan, memory slots etc.
  • renewed the thermal paste

my results are currently CPU 0 running at roughly 43C and CPU 1 at 50C.

i'm still using the stock amd cooling fan so will probably invest in a decent one soon enough.

i'll let you know if and when my next blue screen comes. :)
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    Kraków my love :)

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We'll be here :)
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