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Windows 7: Computer components get very warm/hot even under no load

29 Dec 2013   #11


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by badger906 View Post
you have a backwards case!! half your issue is your gpu is sucking air against the psu. as thats sucking too.
normally the gpu fans would be aiming down in a normal "left hand reared case"
Yes i know. But someone missunderstood me and said that noo they get hot its the cpu's fault -.-
I know my cpu is running stable but the gpu and psu is not! Thats why i opened the post to get info about if the psu really should be very hot under load and even a bit warm under no load, also the gpu clocks down like crazy when maxing it with bechmarks, Also, the cpu (as you may see) get a ton of air to it, but the gpu is so large it blocks almost every way the air can take to get to the gpu and psu, i have ordered an Fractal Design R4 when i saw the huge downclock of the gpu,
But the case takes some time before it comes and i wonder if i can play skyrim for a long period without harming the psu and gpu, becouse. well. im impatient and i really whant to play skyrim becouse i just got it from my uncle on steam

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