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Windows 7: [HELP]CPU Temperature TOO HIGH


06 Nov 2012   #1

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 
[HELP]CPU Temperature TOO HIGH

(Sorry for bad english)

Dear admins, readers, please help me solving my pc back to normal. while using winrar (compressing) or other app/games, my cpu temp is so high (97°C) but when im not using, its only 40-50°C.

im afraid my pc will not function anymore it freaks me out to see that red label...please help to solved this...tnx in advanced!




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06 Nov 2012   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1
 
 

You should not get those temperatures, especially when your CPU is running at default clock rate. Try to re-paste the cpu heat spreader and reattach the heatsink securely. Also try to remove dust particles from your heatsink and fan. This should fix your overheating issues.
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06 Nov 2012   #3

Windows 7 Professional x64 Linux Mint 16
 
 

Good fan installed ? On full blast ? Clean ?
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06 Nov 2012   #4

Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1
 
 

Another thing, you mentioned 40 - 50 oC idle temperatures. That is slightly high for a desktop. It should be around 30 - 40 like most of what I've seen. You should definitely do what I mentioned above to prevent CPU overheating.
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06 Nov 2012   #5

Windows 8 64-bit (6.2, Build 9200) (9200.win8_rtm.120725-1247)
 
 

This does sound like thermal compound needs to be reapplied, could try booting with minimal startup processes too, could be a process that is overworking your CPU.

Run "msconfig" from the run command Start>All Programs> Accessories>Run

uncheck all startup programs, then check mark hide all microsoft service under services tab, and then uncheck those that are still there, see if your heat is still up after that. You can manually start your CPU Temp program once your computer reboots after unchecking stuff.
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06 Nov 2012   #6

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by theveterans View Post
You should not get those temperatures, especially when your CPU is running at default clock rate. Try to re-paste the cpu heat spreader and reattach the heatsink securely. Also try to remove dust particles from your heatsink and fan. This should fix your overheating issues.
ahm, whats "re-paste the cpu heat spreader"? i disassemble the heat sink i think...hmmm and then wipe its portion facing the processor...i notice their is a pencil like color and its sticky so i wipe it out then slowly assemble the heatsink...and open again my pc...its the same it reaches 97°C...can figure it out wheres the problem and how to fix it? im afraid it will not function anymore and this pc cost much...please help me! im begging!
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06 Nov 2012   #7

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AddRAM View Post
Good fan installed ? On full blast ? Clean ?
ahm. sir. i cant understand the point. im sorry.
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06 Nov 2012   #8

Windows 7 professional X64
 
 

Okay Julius, if you wiped your CPU or heatsink copper panel clean, and then put the heatsink back on, DO NOT turn on your computer again. 97C will kill your cpu incredibly fast. No cpu is designed to run at 97 degrees safely.

You must turn off your computer. unplug it from the wall, take off the heatsink, get some alcohol for electronics, and cotton swabs, then clean the CPU until it's shiny and free of a gray substance. Do the same with the heatsink part that goes on top of the CPU.

Once you do this, you need to apply a paste known as thermal compound, or thermal paste.
What this paste does is transfer the heat from the CPU to the heatsink in an efficient way so your CPU does not overheat like yours is.
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06 Nov 2012   #9

Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Julius Ceazar View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by theveterans View Post
You should not get those temperatures, especially when your CPU is running at default clock rate. Try to re-paste the cpu heat spreader and reattach the heatsink securely. Also try to remove dust particles from your heatsink and fan. This should fix your overheating issues.
ahm, whats "re-paste the cpu heat spreader"? i disassemble the heat sink i think...hmmm and then wipe its portion facing the processor...i notice their is a pencil like color and its sticky so i wipe it out then slowly assemble the heatsink...and open again my pc...its the same it reaches 97°C...can figure it out wheres the problem and how to fix it? im afraid it will not function anymore and this pc cost much...please help me! im begging!
Ah, you forgot to put the thermal paste that ensures maximum heat transfer from the CPU to the heatsink. If you don't have one, I recommend Arctic silver 5 which you can purchase here: Newegg.com - Arctic Silver 5 High-Density Polysynthetic Silver Thermal Compound AS5-3.5G - Thermal Compound / Grease
After applying the thermal paste properly, you should not get over 70 celsius when compressing, gaming etc.
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06 Nov 2012   #10

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Erick Aguilar View Post
Okay Julius, if you wiped your CPU or heatsink copper panel clean, and then put the heatsink back on, DO NOT turn on your computer again. 97C will kill your cpu incredibly fast. No cpu is designed to run at 97 degrees safely.

You must turn off your computer. unplug it from the wall, take off the heatsink, get some alcohol for electronics, and cotton swabs, then clean the CPU until it's shiny and free of a gray substance. Do the same with the heatsink part that goes on top of the CPU.

Once you do this, you need to apply a paste known as thermal compound, or thermal paste.
What this paste does is transfer the heat from the CPU to the heatsink in an efficient way so your CPU does not overheat like yours is.
omg! that gray thing is a thermal paste? i just wipe it out. i thought that causes my temp too high...is that paste available here in Philippines? i hope it cost less cause im only a student
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