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Windows 7: Question about elevated heat

18 Feb 2015   #21
PSCO2007

Windows 7 Professional X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
At the present time I have my fans hook up to 12v fan hubs. They run max. all the time. Some fans you can't really do this without a lot of noise.

If I was going to control fan speed I would use a physical fan controller.
Their are many one can choose from if Googled.

I'm not saying my methods are the only ones. They are the methods that suite me and my systems.

I also don't consider 400 to 600 rpm fast enough for 120 and 140 mm fans.
Example would be you top and bottom fans.

Your cpu at 39C is very good.

Could you correct your system specs.

Quote:
Case Thermaltake RX -1
Jack-

Now it seems I have big problems.

I cleaned the interior and booted - it booted up, but I couldn't get the monitor to recognize the Display port.

I was going to use an old monitor, but now the sleep light is flashing and the top fan light goes on for a second.

I noticed a red light near the MOBO that I never noticed before and I think something must have blown.


Do you think it is the power supply or something worse?

Thanks,

Paul

Edit- it now boots, but I can't get the monitor to accept the Display port connection.

I think it probably overheated originally and shut itself down.


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18 Feb 2015   #22
oscer1

win 7 64 bit
 
 

i would check all connections in the case. you might of bumped something loose. also might want to reseat all the cards in the case.
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18 Feb 2015   #23
PSCO2007

Windows 7 Professional X64
 
 

I don't have a separate card, but I'll check connections.

Thanks

Do you know what that red light would be?
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18 Feb 2015   #24
oscer1

win 7 64 bit
 
 

red light could be a ram problem. might have writing next to the led. i was refering to all card like the ram sticks.
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18 Feb 2015   #25
PSCO2007

Windows 7 Professional X64
 
 

OK - thanks
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18 Feb 2015   #26
essenbe

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint
 
 

If the LED is on the Motherboard, check your manual. It will tell you what each LED is for. If it is on something else, tell us what the LED is on and we may be able to help better.
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18 Feb 2015   #27
PSCO2007

Windows 7 Professional X64
 
 

The red light is gone now.

The problem is with the monitor.

When it comes on, I select input and Display port but it just shuts down the monitor - "no signal".
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18 Feb 2015   #28
oscer1

win 7 64 bit
 
 

Did you reseat the ram as that can cause display problems.
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18 Feb 2015   #29
PSCO2007

Windows 7 Professional X64
 
 

Not yet - I'll do that in the a.m.
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18 Feb 2015   #30
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

The red lights will come on when booting and the system is still in the bios. Those red light indicate the motherboard bios is check things and will go out if every thing that has been checked is okay.

Steve has a great idea. Check you motherboard manual.

I'm thinking something has been jarred loose; ram modules or connection of harnesses ect.
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