If you have never done this before, have a look at Youtube, there are some good clips there showing how to do this. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - power supply problem by naguib50 / March 31, 2007 12:41 AM PDT In reply to: PC shutsdown without warning. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - PC Shutdown by t2dees / March 31, 2007 9:12 PM PDT In reply to: PC shutsdown without warning. navigate here
If it's a generic heatsink that came with the CPU, push it down with your fingers on the outside portion of the fan's brackets (thick area so that the brackets aren't Dammit. Jerry7 weeks ago Hi.I have a problem where one core of my i7 920 is overheating to 130C and then switching off my PC if I do anything intensive on the The OCZ PSU is also a possibility if it has some age on it. __________________ All PC's are not the same.
I would turn it on and it would start to boot up and turn off so i would turn it back on and the same thing would happen over and over What is your case fan setup? Advertisement RyanCCS7 weeks ago @Jerry, I believe this answer can be found at:http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2705379/sin...
Do not do this, if you push to hard you could damage something. Photo Credits Comstock/Comstock/Getty Images Suggest an Article Correction Related Searches More Articles [CPU Cooling Fan Work] | How Does a CPU Cooling Fan Work? [Processor] | How to Figure Out if Good Luck. Computer Shuts Down Unexpectedly my question is hiw can i test the motherboard if its ok or bad?
Thankfully, I haven't done that. Computer Randomly Shuts Down Windows 10 I cleaned up the heatsink and CPU with isopropyl alcohol (99%) and a lens cloth and re-applied Arctic Silver 5 following artic silver instructions. Since then, to prevent damage I've not turned on the computer.Agree/Disagree on my guess here? https://turbofuture.com/computers/What-a-CPU-Does-When-It-Goes-Bad-or-Fails need some help here.
Skip to main content. Computer Shuts Down Randomly Windows 7 Also, THIS is thermal paste. You see that CPU fan? Now, I don't know what temperature is good/bad for CPU cores...but, it's going above 70 and it shuts down.
The CPU can get so hot it will ignite, destroying itself beyond repair. Advertisement Common Reasons Why a CPU Goes Bad The most common reasons for CPU's to go bad are simple: 1. Computer Spontaneously Shuts Off Diese Funktion ist zurzeit nicht verfügbar. Computer Shuts Down Randomly Not Overheating JOIN TEAM TSF 08-05-2011, 12:26 AM #15 Johnny1982 Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2010 Location: South Africa Posts: 2,460 OS: Windows 8.1 64-bit My System Quote: Originally Posted
Make sure your powersupply isn't set-up for european ac. check over here mactronixMay 28, 2010, 5:17 AM The link doesnt work for me but in any case i would never use a generic compound, This is what i would use http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835100007&cm_re=thermal_compound_artic_silver-_-35-100-007-_-Product Using a Cheers! 08-05-2011, 07:43 AM #17 Johnny1982 Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2010 Location: South Africa Posts: 2,460 OS: Windows 8.1 64-bit My System Quote: Originally Posted by Patate50 I'd unscrew the fan, unplug the cable connecting the fan to the mother board, drive to Circuit City or Radio Shack and pay their outrageous price for a fan. Computer Shuts Down By Itself
Finder The Doctors Live Healthy Health Videos Better Sleep Style Luxury Auto Beauty Dining Fashion Home & Design Home Elegance Lust List Travel Window Shopping Food & Cooking Alison Cook Restaurant I could not tell you if the CPU was getting that hot before since I was monitoring my temps back then. Either way, try this and post back here with the results along with the AGE and CPU type of your computer and I'll link you to the replacement part you need. his comment is here Overclocking has its place, but be careful to be realistic.
A solid metal heat exchanger isn't going to stop working no matter how hot you make it, so that's not an issue. Computer Suddenly Turns Off And Wont Turn Back On Hahaha! Hello, box.
If you're worried about attempting this, don't. Craig Talcott Sr. Like I also said in post #9, if the temps ramp up so quickly, then it's best to try another heatsink. Computer Turns Off Without Warning Wird geladen...
AuthorRyan Hutzel3 months ago from Greencaslte, PATaking a guess at it, sounds like a bad power button. Overheating. What do you recommand to use for accurate temps/volt readings instead of SpeedFan? http://codecreview.com/shuts-down/computer-shuts-down.html When computer is idling Probe reads 37deg and SpeedFan and Temp Core read 42 deg.
I checked and the mounting is fine, pins are well pushed in, there is no dust anywhere. Have you tried booting to Safe Mode? –BillP3rd Oct 8 '13 at 0:28 @BillP3rd Yes, the machine powers off while Windows is loading (at this screen goo.gl/oP0M01), before it Functions in the BIOS might've been changed. null April 14, 2013 at 4:22 pm A few questions?
Furthermore, if the shutdown were initiated by some sort of hardware protection circuit, Memtest86+ would have shutdown, and thermal.nocrt=1 wouldn't have fixed it on Linux. If the temps drop down dramatically, then yes, the pin is to blame for your temperature issues. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. To make sure that's accurate, just measure the frame of the fan from one side to the other.
Comstock/Comstock/Getty Images Related Articles [Fan] | How to Tell If the Fan on My Computer Isn't Working Anymore [Computer Processor] | How to Know If a Computer Processor Is Dead [Computer I'm 98% sure it's due to the broken pin anyway and not improper thermal pasting. Get the answer FunSurferMay 27, 2010, 4:48 PM What are the actual temperatures of your CPU's cores in idle mode and during load? Use a decent amount of force, especially towards the region with the broken pin.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - tried it by LoneReaper / March 25, 2007 12:00 AM PDT In reply to: My plan I tried eliminating everything that I could Thanks,Ricky mactronixMay 29, 2010, 8:51 PM These things are awesome http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835186134&cm_re=cpu_cooler-_-35-186-134-_-Product They are big though you will need a full ATX case. If you are not comfortable fixing a problem find a local computer shop to repair it. Not Overheating You need a new mother broad.
I tried everything possible and it turned out out to be faulty on/off switch on my case. Do you have any suggestions? Hakkekage on November 20073DS: 2165 - 6538 - 3417 NNID: Hakkekage0 Quid The Fifth Horseman Registered User regular November 2007 edited November 2007 When this happened to me it was the CPU's are sealed, nothing really gets in after they are mounted on the socket.
Checked the temperature with speedfan, and it was sitting...