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Cpu temp at 107 degreese CELCIUS ! HELP


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Sam_G

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My CPU in the bios is running very hot.

Ive left it off for 1 day then i turn it back on and within 2 minutes its at over 100 deg.

:tazz: :) :)

What the [bleep] do i do ????

Its a brand new Amd Athlon 4000+ 64bit skt 939.

I dont want it to blow!!!

Help ...>QUICK
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Michael101

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ive seen an AMD ahtlon 64 4000+ running but not at 107 C
is it because of your power supply or anything on the motherboard
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Sam_G

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Well i dont think that would be the problem because i have a full $700 water cooling system.!!!!

What do you think now tough guy.

And you arent even a mod or anything!!!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOB!!!!!
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Michael101

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you dont have any of those

you have a Sempron
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Sam_G

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I have what it says.

I wrote all the specs down now can anybody help me.


Its really hot and i think it might :tazz:
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First thing you do is stop using it.
Second thing you do is stop overclocking it, if that is what you're doing.
Third thing you do is look to see if the fans are spinning or, in your case, look to see if you have any water in your cooling supply.

107 degrees C is above the point of boiling water and your processor should have cooked itself tender by now three times over. Are you sure you don't mean 107 degrees Fahrenheit?

You might also want to stop being so rude if you want further help.
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And you arent even a mod or anything!!!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOB!!!!!


Good to see there's nice polite people left in this world.
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It could be a BIOS issue, do you have the latest BIOS?
It could also be a dodgy sensor.
Have you checked that your water cooling is working?
Have you physically touched the cpu to see if it really is that hot?
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Sam_G

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Sorry for being so rude. I have the latest bios and i am not overclocking it.

The temp has gone down to 93 but it is still hot.

Any admive from admin or any mods ????
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You CPU is definetly overclocked. Yuo say its a brand new Amd Athlon 4000+ 64bit skt 939 and then you write 3800+ AMD Athlon XP Processor currently @ 3.20 GHz and MOBO: Supports 462-pin SocketA Processor - AMD athlon XP/Duron. I think the fastest Athlon XP was on 3200+ which worked on 2200MHz. Download Everest from http://www.lavalys.com/ and check the overclocking info.
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Sam_G

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Ok will do. Maybe my info is wrong.
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