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CPU fan maxed out, temp too high


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see if you can view them here:

http://cid-95cfbf4d3.....px/video card
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OK I believe after looking at your pics that the video card is overheating and or is dying.
I need to see one more set of pics if you don't mind. The back of the system and especially the connections in the slots and even more specific the video card.
Thanks for being so patient and understanding thru all this.
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ok so before I take these let me make sure i understand what you need. the back of the cpu from the outside or inside? are you looking for a pic of the connections in the slots after I remove the vidoe card? for a good pic of the video card, I need to remove? just to be sure, the video card is the card on the top of the two horizontal ones correct? where the vga cable plugs into.....

Edited by ninagrows, 22 August 2009 - 09:40 PM.

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are the pics i described above correct? wanna get it right before I shut down to take pics

Edited by ninagrows, 22 August 2009 - 10:34 PM.

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OK. Took photos. Thay can be found here.

http://cid-95cfbf4d3.....px/video card
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Pics are great.
Older style card and it looks like the system is cramped with some airflow issues.
Now that you have taken the card out and blew everything out.
Does the system seem to be working any better?
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