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cpu fan speed very fast


blueforever
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hi could anyone help me regarding my fan and heatsink my motherboard is a as rock g31m-gs prosessor is dual amd athalon64 for thepast week hte fan has been spinning very very fast i thought i shud clean it out which i did and renewd the thermal grease hasnt made any difference as soon as i boot up it goes full pelt straight away never used to do this can anyone help thanks gary

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gengiscant

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You do not mention which Athlon x 2 64 processor you have. Are you using the stock heatsink? Replacing the heatsink for something better is no expensive. 775 heatsink

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blueforever

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hi mate thanks for your responce seems i posted wrong spec my processor is a pentium 4 i am going to replace my heatsink and hope that solves i think it is still 775 was thinking of artic cooler pro7 or could you recommend another thanks gary

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ICF

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I have the Artic Freezer Pro7 on a Intel i5 2500k & I'm very pleased with it.

The Be-Quiet Dark Rock Advanced gets good reviews it was out of stock when I built my new PC

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blueforever

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thanks for your help and advice mate going for the artic cooler and hope that sorts things out thanks again gary

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