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    Exclamation Intel Active monitor alert - overheating..!


    I'm Using A P4 3 Ghz Processor with Intel D865gbf motherboard..
    I'm now in a problem that when i try to run multipla applicationa at a time Intel Active Monitor Alerts that System Zon 2 has exceeded maximum allowable(50 c) temparature...

    I need help ..this alerting is so frequent that i cant run a game or similar for 2-3 minutes...
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    Is it a prescott or northwood chip? Be sure you have the latest bios updates for the board, that can sometimes cause high readings. Make sure you have good airflow through the case, and get rid of any dust on the heat sink.
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    i am having the same problem on my d865perl ht/800fsb
    3ghz p4.

    i just installed a new video card and my temps on system zone 2 is about even with my processer at the momment.

    the card is a radeon 9800xt 256mb.

    i have got 2 case fans on the rear but i dont believe that will be enough, also i dont have any where to put one on the front. do i have to mod the case or something like that.

    d865perl
    3ghz p4
    9800xt 256mb
    2x512 ddr pc3200
    universial h8304 case
    450watt ps
    20gb quantum fireball 7200rpm main
    120gb hitachi deskstar 7200rpm secondary
    lg 52x52x24x16dvd combo
    Last edited by cullyn; November 22nd, 2004 at 08:38 PM. Reason: missing information
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    see if you can upgrade the fans to 80mm or 120mm, clean them out or get ones that have a higher CFM.

    does the videocard have a fan? does it work properly?
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    Originally Posted by computer
    see if you can upgrade the fans to 80mm or 120mm, clean them out or get ones that have a higher CFM.

    does the videocard have a fan? does it work properly?
    Read through this link:
    http://forums.devshed.com/t157510/s....light=D865PERL

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