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by ragu.draman / May 16, 2009 6:45 AM PDT

hello guys,
I have bad overheating problem with my processor.
My PC config is
Intel quad core Q9450
Intel DQ35JO mATX board
4 GB DDR2 RAM
9800GTX 1 GB graphics card
cooler master elite 331 chasis with 390 watts cooler master PSU
******can get cooler master Geminii S CPU cooler ?
******Is it compatible with my board?( i mean will it fit in the system of above mentioned configration)

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if you have an intel proc
by darkzenlord / May 16, 2009 8:28 AM PDT
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If you have an intel proc then any intel cooler will mate with your board. The quad core are socket LGA 775 and you can get any cooler that fits that config, and there are quite a few. However, make sure you check clearances around it, because some CPU fans are huge! I would also make sure your not overclocking and you have case fans. Also, if you can adjust these case fans make sure you have them in a good airflow configuration. (front to back ect..) Also decide if you want positive or negative box pressure. If there is no fresh air coming in or is stagnant you can have increased internal temps like you state.

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How are you determining it's overheating ?
by VAPCMD / May 16, 2009 9:18 AM PDT
In reply to: right CPU cooler

What are the temps ?

How many case fans are you running ?

Have you cleaned out the dust from the CPU HS FAN ?

VAPCMD

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