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Just scraped the grime off the bare-metal parts of my system’s internal temperature sensor with a knife... Is it a AMD prossor, (can you list the specs) if it is amd i know you __may__ need drivers, i know on x2's you do in xp http://support.amd.com/us/psearch/Pa...ad%20Processor Reply With The reinstall took less than 10 minutes by the way..... If it were me I'd send the board back and get a different model before a time stamp corruption issue eventually trashes something important....Or you can write a script to ping More about the author

Register Now. ? Be prepared for the truth. You can try to take following steps to troubleshoot this issue. The crystal frequency should be unafected by the supply voltage. original site

Setting firefox's affinity to a single core doesn't seem to help, either. It slows down a bit and then it starts running again at high speed. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.

The default BIOS shouldn't need tweaking. Stuff like CPUkiller use up as many resources as possible to "slow" down your system, which is inefficient. I mean its not lagging or stutter by any means. karlka97Mar 6, 2014, 9:35 AM height i have 12 cm and width, I don't think i have much more place.

You have to understand, back in the early days, pc's were expensive. Related Resources solved System clock running six hours fast solved BIOS clock runs really fast. CPU: I7 2600k @ 4GHz - Cooler: Corsair H100i - GPU: 2 x GTX970 Strix - MOBO: MSI Z68-GD65 G3 - RAM: Crucial ballistix sport 16GB - SSD: MX100 512GB - Motherboard is current with latest bios/drivers/etc.

There are even programs made to slow down your CPU so that these games are actually playable. It might be expected, it might be something in your control that you can disable or remove, or it might be malware in which case you'd take the appropriate steps to Similar Topics Games running way too fast Mar 18, 2009 Games running way too fast... thanks in advance hope you or someone can give me a lil bumpin the right direction…….HELP!!!!!!!!!!

Reply James January 12, 2017 at 11:34 am It sounds like your fans heat sensor has gone bad. I mean I can but I don't know if its 1) Setmaxfps <60> or 2) setmaxfps 60 or 3) ....you get it... Mike Reply With Quote 12-21-2009,04:16 PM #26 Sector7 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Flashaholic Join Date May 2008 Location The Big Apple Posts 248 Re: Computer runs in 2003 as a place for answers to common computer and technical questions.

For what it's worth..... my review here Old and new bios both did it. We don’t know, but we do need to find out. Please help me!!!

i deleted and reinstalled nvidia drivers to no avail. Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content Forum Rules BleepingComputer.com Forums Members Tutorials Startup List Jul 16, 2008 #4 Exhonour TS Rookie Posts: 36 How does that work I dont get it? click site If you find that some program is hogging most or all of the CPU, that may be what's causing your CPU to run hot and the fan to run at full

out of nowhere. Seems win 7 is ok without it.... And bios time upon reboot is dead on balls accurate.

Jul 18, 2008 #9 Nick Lee TS Enthusiast Posts: 111 Sorry for double post(not really a double) but I did the setmaxfps command.

You haven't unlocked one of the deactivated cores have you? I'm working with a new pc so I can put win 7 through its paces. This is your life, and it's ending one minute at a time. now that I think about this it did the same for the demo way back when...

Time progression in the game was happening much faster than it should. Some people are pretty much read only. How come you don't play a cool game like Counter-Strike or even some crappy MMO like WoW? http://liveterrain.com/computer-running/computer-running-slow-and-erratic.php It's a phenom ii x3 2.8 ghz.

I had the exact same "speedhack" as you mentioned at least. Need an account? Reply With Quote 12-18-2009,04:53 AM #7 LuxLuthor View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles *Flashaholic* Join Date Nov 2005 Location CT Posts 10,294 Re: Computer runs TOO FAST! Open an elevated command prompt.

Most computers have a temperature sensor and a variable-speed fan. MoP is awesome. Already tried both.