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Windows 7: Hot weather overloading my fan.


30 May 2010   #11

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

I know he's an idiot. Things he's previously said didn't sit right and that's why I started to come here. I think you've let me know another time that he's an idiot too lol The power he has over me is: I pay for parts never labor. That and also I'll get my pc back the same day I take it in, which is very important when you work on it. I don't have the luxury to wait days for my pc to get fixed.

System fan 1 - 50% across the board
System fan 2 - 69% " "
System fan 3 - 60% " "

Where are there 3 fans? ... I see one fan and there's a fan on my video card. Can't wait to see what the temp gets to be on that video card when it's running.

Ok editing becuz I didn't answer your question. ... It says (I hope I'm looking in the right place) Intel Temps Core0 - 89 ... Core1 - 89


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30 May 2010   #12
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate
 
 

What is the CPU temps?
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30 May 2010   #13

 
 
installed that hardware monitor but what does it mean...

intel core temps 0, 1, 2, 3 are about 43-47 Cent tmpino (whatever those are) are 43, 39, & 57 Cent. It shows one fan at 1666 rpm but does not show the other fans even though they are running. too high temps? Msongs
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30 May 2010   #14

 
 
got the temps down a bit...

took compressed air and cleaned the heat sink and other things, turned the fan to higher speed and got the intel i7 down to high 30's. sounds like an airplane now tho. turned fans down a bit and now temp is about 38-40 C that download is a nice gadget to have. don't run my AC except extreme days so house is often 90 F inside. Msongs PS - is there any way to get the post to look like what I type before I post it, as in paragraphs and layout?
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30 May 2010   #15

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bare Foot Kid View Post
What is the CPU temps?
Since I guess I don't know what I'm reading here... I will show you everything that shows me a temp.

Temperatures
TMPIN0 77
TEMPIN2 96

Intel Pent Temperatures
Core #0 - 84
Core #1 - 84

Darn, I'll have to see what they were before. I turned the a/c on.

Hitachi Temperature
Assembly - 11

That's all I see Kid. Except the ATI temp and I know you don't need that.
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30 May 2010   #16
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate
 
 

Hello again.



If those CPU core temps are Fahrenheit, you have nothing to be concerned with; here are my idle temps.
click the image to enlarge
Hot weather overloading my fan.-core-temps.jpg


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30 May 2010   #17

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 

Can I ask some questions? Do you have 3 video cards? If so, whats the purpose? My ATI card got to 140 F. Is that too hot? Then I took the side off the case and put a fan to it. It got down to 118, but didn't stay there long as I continued to play.

Ok then, my temps are ok? What would cause the loudness then? .... only when it's very hot outside and inside? Well, today never hit the temps that it had last week. Tho the computer got loud again this afternoon. I can't remember the darn temps, nothing abnormal or I'd remember. I put the a/c on and the fan on the pc for awhile. It's gonna stink that I have to use the a/c when I really don't need it for myself .. just the darn computer!
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30 May 2010   #18

Dual boot XP Pro SP3x86 and Win7 Pro x64
 
 

@Tousdae

I'm a bit confused by whether you are talking C or F temps. If it will help, in a 75F degree room my temps average (all the following are in centigrade): CPU (Phenom II X3) mid-40s at idle, mid-60s under a load (gaming); mobo: stays at mid 30s regardless of load; two ATi 4830s in XFire array: low 40s at idle, high 40s under a load; 3 HDDs: stay in low 30s.

Running an SLI (NVIDIA) array or Cross Fire, i.e., XFire, (ATi) array links multiple gfx cards together for significantly increased gfx performance. For a host of reasons, I much prefer XFire. Once reason is that an XFire array can mix various generations of gfx cards (to upgrade, simply add a new card to your existing card); in but a very few exceptions, this is not possible with SLI (must use matching generations). Also, if your SLI array uses gfx cards whose speeds are different, the faster card will either step down to the slower card or it will disable the slower card's memory - defeating the purpose of the array. SLI arrays are also reported to be OS sensitive. SLI is also limited to certain, very specific Intel chipsets (mostly nForce) whereas XFire can be used on both Intel and AMD chipsets. In a few words, XFire is more versatile and, I think, easier to employ and more stable.

One other thing to check regarding the loudness - and I'd bet the family jewels on it: check your PSU fan. What happens is, when you first turn the computer on, the fan is quiet; as things heat up the fan (because its bearings are worn/defective) start making a grinding/rattling noise - quite unlike the normal roar of fans.

Cure: most PSUs I have seen use a standard 120mm fan. Remove the grate/cover holding the fan in place and replace it with a standard 120mm case fan.

Monk
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31 May 2010   #19
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by HMonk View Post

One other thing to check regarding the loudness - and I'd bet the family jewels on it: check your PSU fan. What happens is, when you first turn the computer on, the fan is quiet; as things heat up the fan (because its bearings are worn/defective) start making a grinding/rattling noise - quite unlike the normal roar of fans.

Cure: most fans I have seen use a standard 120mm fan. Remove the grate/cover holding the fan in place and replace it with a standard 120mm case fan.

Monk
Hello.

Monk has a point that it may be the CPU fan heating up; just to clarify, the temps you post are Fahrenheit and not C correct, because if the CPU temp you posted is in C it is WAY too hot.

I have 2 video cards running independently so I can run 4 monitors, have a look at the link below to see the ways I've had monitors set up.

Bare Foot Kid monitors - Seven Forums
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31 May 2010   #20

Windows 7 Ultimate (x64) SP1
 
 

I've been doing the "side panel off, desk fan" trick for years and highly recommend it. Recently I OC'd my chip and the temps rose 2-3 degrees c so I set my fan up and run it when the temps creep up. System is nice and cool.
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