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nforce4/northbridge overheating

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by kronick, Jan 16, 2007.

  1. kronick

    kronick Member

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    hi guys i have an asus P5ND2-sli deluxe motherboard and its always been hotter than most but lately ive been getting bluescreen errors to reboot and when it happens the computer is very hot so i opend it up to find a heatwave comin off the NB heatsink now i have many fans and very good airflow in my pc so this poses a problem, so ive been looking at NB coolers on the net are the thermaltake universal ones good also i was thinking of going water cooled to cool everything, is there a northbridge hookup for those?, anyways if anyone has any input on how to cool my northB down please lemme know.


    Thanks JIm
     
  2. rogeball

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    before you waste money on cooling products, first right click on my comptuer > go to advanced and click on settings for startup and recovery> and uncheck the automatically restart. then next time you get a blue screen right down the number on the bottom. it will look like a 0x00000077 or ED etc. right that down and google it then youll know what the problem is and go from their.
     

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