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    Heating issues

    When ever i play combat arms my gpu comes up to 134 degrees Celsius/ 200+ Fahrenheit. How can i fix this! My graphic's card is nvidia 8400 geforce GS

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    More cooling fans, heat sink, or water cooling system.



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    got some links for good cheap ones?

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    can't order online, how about any at best buy?

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    How is that possible? The CPU is only capable of surviving up to 90C

    GPU's shouldn't be able to withstand excess of 100 C

    Call nVidia for a replacement, probably the sensor is broken
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    Quote Originally Posted by User1 View Post
    How is that possible? The CPU is only capable of surviving up to 90C

    GPU's shouldn't be able to withstand excess of 100 C

    Call nVidia for a replacement, probably the sensor is broken

    i can get some screen shot's should i send em... im using sensor viewer

    Do i need any additional info to get a replacement
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    Try using RealTemp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by User1 View Post
    Try using RealTemp.
    My proccesor isn't supported

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    It happened to me also my proccessor was burning up high on my mule comp.
    What i did wat take it to a computer mech at bestbuy or future shop o.o
    or try disasembling it and trying cleaning the fan inside ur processor off of dust
    and if ur to cheap to take it to a mech and cleaning it doesnt help
    i reccometn buing a cheap junk cooler
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    I did some dusting in side with a compressor. and got most of it. it's pretty clean now

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    Use a laptop cooling fan...you can buy at bestbuy.

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