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    Cpu overheat led

    Iam just full of problems today . i have a question about the cpu overheat led, when i first power on my computer the led comes on. iam not sure if it is suppose to stay on and blink when the cpu is over heating or stay off and come on when the cpu overheats. i have the ice fan plugged in and its running ( i can hear it ) the shim is on plastic removed thermal crap they gave me is applied. PC health in the bio's say the cpu temp is only 40c so what gives?

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    the little led on the mb... says cpu overheat or something to that degree

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    what motherboard have you got? i've never heard of an "overheat LED"

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    sorry ,<=== iam a dumb@ss its a shuttle SN45 i thought i said that in the first post = /

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    there is indeed a cpu overheat led guys on the sn45g

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    Theres one on the 41G2's as well, jesus dont u guys read the manuals, theres one for AGP voltage as well

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    Normally I'd say - if its not crashing, ignore it but if its putting on the ICE Fan on full then its obviously sensing something wrong, have you checked the ICE setup in the BIOS?

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    yea its fine cpu temp is 45c

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    Question Litten overheat LED - SN45

    Hi there guys!

    I have the exact same problem... temperatures is ok (cpu at 44 - 48 degrees depending on load) and even if I run my shuttle system with the highest ICE setting (=lots of cooling and noice ) the led is litten after 1 - 15 minutes after boot, and the system shuts down.
    Feels like I have tried everything -> changed cpu, remounted the ICE piece changed memory values, lowered the FSB setting and so on and so on.

    BUT the most interesting part is that I can enter BIOS settings and just sit there, lowest cooling settings applied (cpu at about 40 degrees celsius), and it have never shuts down.

    Help is very welcome... cause I have read some amount of this kind of problem but it all comes down to it aint a temp issue.

    Thanx // portney

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    Quote Originally Posted by portney
    Hi there guys!

    I have the exact same problem... temperatures is ok (cpu at 44 - 48 degrees depending on load) and even if I run my shuttle system with the highest ICE setting (=lots of cooling and noice ) the led is litten after 1 - 15 minutes after boot, and the system shuts down.
    Feels like I have tried everything -> changed cpu, remounted the ICE piece changed memory values, lowered the FSB setting and so on and so on.

    BUT the most interesting part is that I can enter BIOS settings and just sit there, lowest cooling settings applied (cpu at about 40 degrees celsius), and it have never shuts down.

    Help is very welcome... cause I have read some amount of this kind of problem but it all comes down to it aint a temp issue.

    Thanx // portney
    Is there a bios upgrade to solve this problem?

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    Unhappy Re: SN45

    Quote Originally Posted by ultimate
    Is there a bios upgrade to solve this problem?
    Well, I havent tried these last two bios versions :

    FN45S00Q Checksum: 5C00H Data: 08/04/04
    Support 0.13 micron AMD K7 Sempron CPU.
    FN45S00R Checksum: 3E00H Data: 08/23/04
    Increase AMD K7 Sempron 2200+ CPU compatibility.

    But as you see, it doesnt say anything about this specific problem.



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    Wouldn't worry too much. The 45g shuts down if there are heat problems really.
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