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Templerature still the same when i install Hyper TX2

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girlgirl012    0

Hello, i have buy Hyper TX2 for my CPU cooler of Pentium D 940, before that i use my stock cpu cooler and the templerature is 55 celcius, and when i replace and install the Hyper TX2 cpu cooler, the templerature is remain the same and did not drop, what is happen :drunken::drunken:

Someone can solve my problem, thank you :)

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Maxession    1

You probably didn't installed the cooler properly, make sure that:

- The cooler is tight (but not to much or you'll crush your CPU...)

- You used the right amount of thermal paste and it is spread evenly to a thin surface.

- You used the correct mounting plate and screws for that CPU socket.

Hope it will help. ;)

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girlgirl012    0

-But the TX2 is use the pin to mount on matherboard, how came it was not tight? :drunken::drunken:

-The TX2 itself contant thermal paste should i add more on it? :drunken::drunken:

-I have correct mounting on it and i feel warm on it, thats mean i mount it properly but the templerature still the same :drunken::drunken:

Any idea how to discover my problem :o

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-But the TX2 is use the pin to mount on matherboard, how came it was not tight? :drunken::drunken:

-The TX2 itself contant thermal paste should i add more on it? :drunken::drunken:

-I have correct mounting on it and i feel warm on it, thats mean i mount it properly but the templerature still the same :drunken::drunken:

Any idea how to discover my problem :o

Where is the fan aimed towards? Where is the fin at pointed towards?

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girlgirl012    0

My fan aim towards the front, thats mean the fan blow the air out to the back of casis.

The fins point at the back of the casis.

Is that any wrong with my installation

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girlgirl012    0

I am using Intel motherboard D945PLRN and i am using Speed fan to measure my CPU templerature :wink:

My CPU templerature is 55 degree celcius when idle, when load is 65 degree celcius.

Internal Templerature is 45 degree celcius.

Remote Templerature is 40 degree celcius.

Local Templerature is 40 degree celcius.

Is that any problem with my motherboard? :drunken:

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VALKYRIE    11

which is your room temperature ?

this CPU cooler have a spring at each corner ?

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Maxession    1

I think it's or your room temperature, or insufficient cooling of the case, making the air heat-up inside.

If the last one is the case, you should add more/better fans to it if possible.

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