hi just wanna ask, why did my processor getting so high degrees i have amd a6 6400k and asus a58me-efm+ motherboard. its about 82% degree celcius, can u help me how to fix this ? pls.
pls help me. i bought it yesterday
pls i need some help .
There can be a lot of reasons, so this is generic and in no particular order:
1) Too much or too little thermal paste between the CPU and heat sink, preventing proper heat transfer to the heat sink.
2) Heat sink assembly is not properly attached to the motherboard, resulting in poor transfer from CPU to heat sink.
3) The area around the CPU fan doesn't have good ventilation, so the ambient temperature around the fan gets fairly warm.
4) The power supply may be unstable because the PSU on-board regulator has gone bad. (Pretty unlikely on a system that is at the most a few years old.)
5) There may be insufficient air flow in the case. You may need to install a case fan. (Not likely to cause that much of a CPU temperature rise.) This is a different problem from #3 -- it's possible to have overall good ventilation, so most of the case insides are fairly cool.
6) The system may be overclocked too much (or overclocked, period).
7) If your motherboard has the capability, reduce the CPU speed. All other things remaining the same, doubling CPU speed (e.g., 2GHz => 4GHz) only provides about 10-15% performance improvement.
8) If your motherboard has the capability, reduce the CPU core voltage.
9) Windows Power Options let you set limits for maximum CPU usage.
These are highly unlikely with a new unit:
10) Defective fan sometimes shuts off.
11) Bad connection of fan power cord to motherboard connector, resulting in intermittent fan operation.
12) Defective motherboard is causing overvoltage to CPU or intermittent heat sink fan operation.
13) Bad CPU.
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