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My mobotemp and my cpu temp are too high !!!!

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    My mobotemp and my cpu temp are too high !!!!


    Hi ,I have a problem whith my cpu and system temp .
    When I start the PC the temp of mobo is 34 C (it's very hot in this days from where I am),and cpu's temp is 33 C but when i stay a bit on youtube or when i want to start a game the temp is rising very fast on cpu (it's risint until is shutdown's ,aprox to 120 C )and my mobo temp is rising to 60 allmost.
    I changed the paste I bought a new cooler (is contac 21 cooler) and the problem wasn't fixed.
    Can someone help me to fix this problem?

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    Hi there wolffyx,its really hot,these days in Greece,but your real problem is the old hardware you are running on.
    Dont spend any more on that machine,save up and get yourself anything newer,there are excellent choices even in the 1155 socket,cheap,affordable and productive machines.
    A Sempron these days?You must be good...
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    Quote Originally Posted by proudtobegreek View Post
    Hi there wolffyx,its really hot,these days in Greece,but your real problem is the old hardware you are running on.
    Dont spend any more on that machine,save up and get yourself anything newer,there are excellent choices even in the 1155 socket,cheap,affordable and productive machines.
    A Sempron these days?You must be good...
    I am but I don't have the Sempron any more.
    I changed my Sempron and I have an Athlon 64 x2 ,on Sempron wasn't this problem (the temp stayed at 40 max ,was a good cpu),but now i have this Athlon and is killing me with this problem
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    Any way you look at it,them CPU's are outdated,temperatures are only a part of performance issues,they must be struggling to run Windows 8.
    Do reseat your cooler,use the dot method for TIM,make sure you apply equal pressure to each bracket corner,add af fan,manage your cables,get practical!
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    Quote Originally Posted by proudtobegreek View Post
    Any way you look at it,them CPU's are outdated,temperatures are only a part of performance issues,they must be struggling to run Windows 8.
    Do reseat your cooler,use the dot method for TIM,make sure you apply equal pressure to each bracket corner,add af fan,manage your cables,get practical!
    I will try but I am not sure will work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by proudtobegreek View Post
    Any way you look at it,them CPU's are outdated,temperatures are only a part of performance issues,they must be struggling to run Windows 8.
    Do reseat your cooler,use the dot method for TIM,make sure you apply equal pressure to each bracket corner,add af fan,manage your cables,get practical!
    I find somethin on mobos site for an update for bios temp to ajunst it.(this is the site http://www.foxconnsupport.com/downlo...s=K8M890&sort=
    on the search reuslt go to bios and then go to the last result with RS2H ,is down there)
    To do it if it's not work?
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    I dont think there is an option,under any BIOS update,that would allow you to adjust the core temperature,just doesnt make any sense.Maybe a more accurate reading by its sensors,but thats it.
    Maybe it is a "contacting' issue,CPU lid might not be as flat as it should be,thus not making a perfect match with your cooler.If you do insist in practically doing something,why not trying lapping your CPU lid and your cooler's base as well?Never did it myself but people are swearing that it worked.
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    Wasn't worked other ideas?
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    I will try the lampping tomorow I think.
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