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Thread: CPU overheating - Windows Vista

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    Great holly one's i beg for your forgiveness, why i said i did not think it was dust build up cos i could not see any untill o remove the fan. and saw the problem a mass of dust, plus i never had this problem with xp, vista must be a bit more memory inten. ill will listen to the people in the know, cpu is now reading 26c at idle insted of 38c thanks again.


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    > Great holly one's i beg for your forgiveness, why i said i did not think
    > it was dust build up cos i could not see any untill o remove the fan.
    > and saw the problem a mass of dust, plus i never had this problem with
    > xp, vista must be a bit more memory inten. ill will listen to the
    > people in the know, cpu is now reading 26c at idle insted of 38c thanks
    > again.
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    It has nothing to do with Vista. It has to do more with time and the amount
    of dust in the air..


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    On Thu, 16 Oct 2008 03:27:53 +0530, marko111
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    >Great holly one's i beg for your forgiveness, why i said i did not think
    >it was dust build up cos i could not see any untill o remove the fan.
    >and saw the problem a mass of dust, plus i never had this problem with
    >xp, vista must be a bit more memory inten


    Memory intensiveness has nothing to do with dust accumulation, you
    bozo.

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    i did not say it vista had anything to do with dust build up, the amount of dust that was there did not effect xp a week ago, as soon as i installed vista cpu kept running hot that is all

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    Vista is more CPU intensive then XP so an amount of dust that did not affect
    XP may cause a Vista CPU to overheat especially even if you are not using
    some CPU intensive windows functions in Vista that you did not use in XP.
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    > i did not say it vista had anything to do with dust build up, the amount
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    Default CPU overheating - Windows Vista

    As you have found out, simply having a a quick look doesn't always show up
    the problem. It is only when you remove the fan itself that you see what has
    been causing the problem all along.

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    > Great holly one's i beg for your forgiveness, why i said i did not think
    > it was dust build up cos i could not see any untill o remove the fan.
    > and saw the problem a mass of dust, plus i never had this problem with
    > xp, vista must be a bit more memory inten. ill will listen to the
    > people in the know, cpu is now reading 26c at idle insted of 38c thanks
    > again.
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    As always the best solution is to keep your chasis dust free. Try installing dust cowers on fans to reduce the amount of dust that fans "breat" in from outside of the chasis. And don't forget to "blow" out the dust inside the chasis now and then. :P

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    By the way, 38c is a normal temp... if its a Core 2 range product under LGA 775 then fear when you reach temps over 65c...

    All most all motherboards comes with a fail safe switch in BIOS, there you can program you PC to power down it self it it reaches a certain Temp...

    It would a wise choice that you keep that option turned on and if you are an user of Core 2 or AMD x2 / x3 / x4 desktop range product then set that turn off temps are 70c

    thanks.

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    This might sound funny but here it goes, when i vacuum i vacuum where the fan is to minimise the dust around the fan.

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