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No problem and I'm glad I could help Wannabe1. :thumbsup:
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kk i cleaned it applyed some new thermal paste i took the heatsink outside and just blew the [bleep] out of it and now!im booting the pc back up!
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No problem and I'm glad I could help Wannabe1. :thumbsup:



yes thanks man!
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okay the processor is staying at like 50c and below now
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i still feel like this rear fan should be spinning though.
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Still a little warm, but much better. Keep your eye on it for a while and see how it does under various loads.
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should we figure out that rear fan?
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Do you see any other chassis fan connectors on the motherboard? If there are any, try connecting that fan to one. It may be that the fan is going bad and is not able to spin once the system turns its speed down after start up.
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I have to step out for about an hour. I'll check back when I sign back in.
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i hooked up an old fan to that spot and it did the same thing ill look for another fan hook up besides the cpu...
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started heating up to 54c just idling
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Run a scan or watch a video. Work it a little and see what it does.
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okay so in speedfan i went to speed01 and changed it from 8 to 100% and it works cpu is down too 43c anyway i can make it so it boots at 100%
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That's more like it. :thumbsup:

Are the other fan settings set to 100%?
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nope it was at 8% so im guessing you where right it doesnt like low end speeds on the fan
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