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Topic Title: Processor's Fan makes pc going slow
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Created On: 06/18/2009 08:18 AM
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 06/18/2009 08:18 AM
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ravica
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When I'm playing some game on my Sempron 3600+ and processor's fans begins to run faster and faster game goes slower than before. I think it is strange because normally game goes perfect. my solution is to stop the game and wait until fan finishes, then game goes perfect.


i've a Ati Radeon x1150 128mb and the game is PES 2009, but perhaps it doesn't have matter.

what can i do for fix it?



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 06/25/2009 10:07 AM
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any idea?
 06/25/2009 01:37 PM
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The fan gets faster and faster and the cpu slows down because the cpu is getting hotter and hotter, therefore the cpu starts to get throttled back to compensate and everything but the fans slow down...

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 06/26/2009 07:37 AM
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ravica
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but it's strange that it happens now and not before. Maybe a driver problem that not uses the maximum speed of processor?

thank you.
 06/26/2009 08:42 AM
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No
Check the heatsink for an accumulation of dust, if it is dusty then blow it out.
Could also be that the thermal paste has dried out and needs to be replaced as well.
Good luck

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 06/27/2009 04:38 AM
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ravica
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I've checked both ideas and it continues.

perhaps a graphic target problem?
 08/14/2009 11:53 PM
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check you cpu temperature, or you need more power fans, or power supply ^_^

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