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Created On: 09/22/2004 04:33 PM
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 09/22/2004 04:33 PM
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MINDASAS
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HI,

I have a litle problem whit my PC.
I think my CPU (AMD Sempron) is overwarming.
When I playng game, PC stoped and freezed. I mus my PC turn off.

Please HELP.
How I can see and controling this proces ?
Maybe are some programs, that shown temperature in real time ?

Thanks
 09/22/2004 07:14 PM
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What game are you playing exactly? Cause it might be a problem with the game.

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 09/23/2004 03:39 AM
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MINDASAS
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QUOTE (Pro Kid @ Sep 22 2004, 03:14 PM) What game are you playing exactly? Cause it might be a problem with the game.
Game - Wolfenstein ET.
But on other PC (Intel Celeron) this game worked no problem...
I have instaled on AMD XP and Win2K, but problem presist.
When PC are shut downing, in 3 time, my Profile are broken, and i must to reinstal system....
 09/23/2004 11:56 AM
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You should go ahead and install an application that can monitor your system temperatures and voltages.

MBM5, Speedfan etc...Motherboards usually come with such an application.

Once we get your idle/load temperatures, and system voltages figured out then we can see whats going on.

Later

MD

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 09/24/2004 09:03 AM
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QUOTE (MD Willington @ Sep 23 2004, 07:56 AM) You should go ahead and install an application that can monitor your system temperatures and voltages.

MBM5, Speedfan etc...Motherboards usually come with such an application.

Once we get your idle/load temperatures, and system voltages figured out then we can see whats going on.

Later

MD
HI, I have to find on my Motherboard CD - HWDoctor program.
But I have instaled updates for AMD procesor from this website...
2 days - PC working beutifull...

Thanks
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