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    100% Crashability

    hey guys

    got a bit of a problem here, i got that nforce version to 2.0 mobo, and im getin a bit of jip from it.

    ive read a link that buff gave to me about common problems.

    what the problem is, is that everytime that i am running the machine it randomly cr4ashes and i have to turn off the psu and restart it, when it crashes it gives out an error beep thing, like an eeeoooeeeoooeeeoooeeeoooeeeoooeee (i think you get the idea) i think i read, (on the link that buff gave me) that it is overheating, but the cpu is about 29, and never feels hot. but the worrying temperature is 49, its not the northbridge as it has a wee fan on it so its not that, and nowhere really on the mobo feels hot, i am getting this reading as Temperature 2, for the fan and temperature monitoring that i use called 'SpeedFan 4.15'

    could this be bios update that i need?

    or any other problem?

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    49 will be the cpu, 29 will be the system temperature, just that probes have been mapped wrong in your monitoring program (it happens).

    What voltage you using for your chip?

    Drain your water clean it all out and reapply thermal paste. Its a pain I know but will help in long run.

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    im not using water, im back on air again, im gona put water in my second rig, i dont think it the cpu as i can touuch it and it is relativly cold, and im using a coolermaster fan on it, im sure that the 29 is the cpu as when i plug the fan out 29 rises to liek 33 and down again then, any other ideas?

    oh and its at stock, which is 1.6v
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    Reapply the thermal paste and reseat the heatsink regardless of whether you think it's the problem or not. It is quite likely to be the problem so it's worth ruling it out properly.
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    i cant do this right now, again, but ive done this a few tiems as it was still doing it when i was on water, the network admin at school who fixed it last tim,e it was b0rked said it coudl eb a bios error, or need a bios update whats the chances of that, ive pretty sure it isnt the heastsink, cos ive had it on and off a few tiems on water and on air, i just thought it wouldve been a bios problem
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    maybe the cpu's broken, because you've said you've taken the cooler off several times.

    it also sounds like you have an epox 8rda+ mobo...when the connectors of my barton had thermal pate on them (it's a long story) and i tried it in frosty's motherboard (also an 8rda+) it made the same noise eeeeoooooooooeeeooooooeeeooooo but it wasn't the loudest of noises.

    After bathing the CPU in some thermal paste remover it worked like a dream and is now running stably at a juicy 3200+ (2.21GHz) in my mobo, an asus a7n8x E deluxe.

    also pouring some in the socket itself won't go amiss either.

    BUT MAKE SURE YOU ALLOW THE SOLUTION TO DRY COMPLETELY OR YOUR PC WILL BE A PUDDLE OF ITS FORMER SELF!!

    so have a butchers at the connecting pins on the cpu itself for thermal paste as its an insulator and so data isn't being sent through the pins with the paste on them.

    this might sound farfetched but i know this from first hand, and it is worth look no??

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    nah ive had it on and off, while the pc as off lol ill try what you said, but can anybody recomend a monitoring program that will tell me the right temps and maybe evem allow me to control the fans?
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