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Created On: 11/04/2005 02:22 PM
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 11/04/2005 02:22 PM
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deggiev
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I have a duron 1.8 GHz with overheating " 132 " F. so I install a extra fan (rear) and the temperature went down to 118 but even with the extra fan is back to 128 so the button line is turning off several times.
can somebody help me.
thanks.
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 11/05/2005 11:32 PM
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eddaweaver
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132ºF isn't hot enough to make a Duron overheat and crash. What is the "button line"?
What are the specifications of the power supply unit?
 11/12/2005 01:56 PM
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Charlie22911
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check for dust in your heatsinks, if you remove the heatsink to do it then make sure you clean off all of the old thermal interface material and replace it.

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 11/12/2005 06:20 PM
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Jeez, my Barton runs hotter than that, and give me no headache

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