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Old 01-26-2007, 01:59 PM   #11
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OK so I did a thorough research and found out that my CPU can handle temps of up to 60C. My memory is OK. My power supply is OK. I did a defrag just to see if it helps but I still have the same problem. Now what?
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OK so I did a thorough research and found out that my CPU can handle temps of up to 60C. My memory is OK. My power supply is OK. I did a defrag just to see if it helps but I still have the same problem. Now what?
even if it says that it can take 60C doesn't mean it will be stable at 60C. I've seen a 6800GT that started getting artifacts at about 85C, although it can take 100+. Was that 45C idle or load temp?
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Take a look in event viewer for problems aswell, if there are errors in there, then post them up (only errors at the time of crashing)
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even if it says that it can take 60C doesn't mean it will be stable at 60C. I've seen a 6800GT that started getting artifacts at about 85C, although it can take 100+. Was that 45C idle or load temp?
It was idle.
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Take a look in event viewer for problems aswell, if there are errors in there, then post them up (only errors at the time of crashing)
How do I do this mate?
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Goto your control panel and its in admin tools
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