Any ideas? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Add a fan and be happy by wb2001 / August 21, 2010 4:33 AM PDT In reply to: My CPU is staying cool You may want to try that, run it up at 100% and see if that helps.Click to expand... It turned out the power supply had zapped every single component in the computer except a single DVD-ROM drive at the very top of the case. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1784138/overheating-causing-shut.html
Now, it has started randomly turning off because of overheating. http://planetrandom.freeforums.org/ #10 Jan 30, 2012 Xaanos Xaanos View User Profile View Posts Send Message Creeper Destroyer Join Date: 4/19/2011 Posts: 6,063 Location: Kansas, US Member Details Geeksquad across the world has Rating is available when the video has been rented. Here are the temperatures following the gaming session: It's a little hard to make out what reading is associated with what component.
Is it possible for a power supply to be partially dead and provide less power than it was built for? Is it the PSU, or something else? But does an insufficient power supply cause overheating? Syba Sy-acc65029 Cpu Stand Here is what I posted.
The PSU fan did in fact start spinning after a while. The 500W unit outputting unused energy as heat does make sense, I should look into airflow and additional cooling with regards to this. Download this and tell us your temps that way we know what is overheating. find this What kind of venting does your case have ?
They make psu's pretty much all the same size. Power Supply Getting Hot Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.sendingYOUDIEMOFO6 months ago Electromagnetic Pulse went through the whole computer eh....?!?Now I think I have heard it all.... Unsubscribe from TechRePair? win2kpro, Jan 23, 2011 #5 crjdriver Moderator Joined: Jan 2, 2001 Messages: 35,180 You are REALLY asking for a problem running a quad core cpu, 8gig ram, and a nvidia 260
Loading... imp source This was the first thing I learned when confronting power supply issues. How To Tell If Power Supply Is Overheating Get this one, actually. Power Supply Overheating Shutdown Advertisement The Blue Screen of Death May Indicate a Failing PSU So, Why Do PSUs Fail?Power supplies just fail.
Is your "laptop shutting off by itself" or "slowing down" during use"? #8 - Duration: 3:42. click site I could smell a faint smell of something (I have a very good nose). For a very good comprehension of recommended brand names, wattage, and models in listed categories...Plus much more...check out this link. http://planetrandom.freeforums.org/ #6 Jan 18, 2012 AzemOcram AzemOcram View User Profile View Posts Send Message Glowstone Miner Join Date: 4/15/2011 Posts: 3,296 Location: Greater Seattle Area Minecraft: AzemOcram Member Details Why don't Causes Of Power Supply Overheating
In this article, you will learn how they fail, what some of the common symptoms are, and how to diagnose the problem. FoReWoRd said: ↑ must of distupted the airflow or got some dust clogged up into the GPU cooler causing it to over heat. Buy Now True StoryI was at a client's house to have a look at her computer. news Sign in to make your opinion count.
Oh, the RAM I am using, I forget the name of it, but it is rated to run well with my motherboard (Asus A7N8X) and it isn't all that old. Psu Smells Like Burning One to suck the air in and one on the back to suck it out. When the computer is turned on, nothing happens.
You just have to poke around for deals...e-coupons...sales... I had already assumed the PSU was bad, but I didn't expect to find even more when I arrived. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads How To Tell If Psu Is Failing Lex Selfmade Life 360,176 views 8:17 Why does my computer shut itself down? - Duration: 1:34.
The fact is very few PSU’s are capable of producing the wattage that the companies advertise. I shop locally and online. On Q6600 processors ThermalTrip is activated at approximately 20Â°C above Tc and the processor would shut down completely, thus a processor with B3 stepping would completely shut down at approximately 82.2Â°C More about the author Last edited by AzemOcram: Mar 12, 2012 Rollback Post to Revision RollBack Tired of these forums?
The motherboard is the hardest thing to replace. Its life also depends on how often you use your computer. Apr 29, 2009 #12 SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 10,721 +404 I thought maybe I had seen something about fan speed earlier in the thread but it the problem doesn't Please try again later.
Every power supply is different. Is this just something with the 8800gtx that I don't know about? Those temps look normal for a GPU. It can sometimes shave off a few degrees.
I took it and cleaned it with some alchohol and stuff and it was perfectly clean i applied thermal paste using the line method it works better for quad core. If that is the case then you may indeed have an airflow problem, but remember, Power Supplies, even new ones, go bad. As far as i know any PSU would work with your computer. I have recieved a variety of error messages for it.