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Omg. My cpu in the bios was just 79 deg celcius.

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Ipod Sam

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I just went into my bios for fun and saw the cpu temp was at 79 deg!!! :tazz:

I restarted 3 times but it stayed at the same temp.

I dont no how to get the temp down. All i no is its not supposed 2 be that hott!!!

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Download and install Everest Home Edition

Run the programme, click + next to computer then sensor to check the fan speed and temperatures

Rebooting will not cool the CPU down

If Everest shows a slow or no fan speed you can check the wiring for existing fans or replace them, as a priority because 79C is high, though check it isn't 79F

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Open up your case, take the fan off of the heat sink and get a hoover and hoover and dust inside there, i had a simlar probem, there was so much dust in there, it simply wouldnt cool down.

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