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    Default AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Well, Here is my System Spec


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    the problem is, My stock CPU cooler gives noise during games and multitask.
    and the temp rises to 56 Degree and stays in 40-45 avg while no task is given.

    How can i reduce noise?

    or should i look for an aftermarket cooler?
    here is the stock cooler
    Last edited by s.a_rocky; September 30th, 2011 at 17:48.

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    This cooler is awesome...dont need to change it.


    just tweek in your BIOS...you can reduce the noise significantly....one of my friends had the same problem.

    set the max fan speed to 50%-62.5% and the noise will go away.

    dont worry about the temp....yours is natural..this proc is gonna be golden even in 70C
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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by Shamim_AX4_Rocky View Post
    Well, Here is my System Spec


    OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64
    CPU AMD PHENOM II X4
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    Monitor(s) Displays Greatwall 19" W & LG 15"W Parallel
    Screen Resolution 1400X900 & 1280X720

    the problem is, My stock CPU cooler gives noise during games and multitask.
    and the temp rises to 56 Degree and stays in 40-45 avg while no task is given.

    How can i reduce noise?

    or should i look for an aftermarket cooler?
    here is the stock cooler
    from bios>HW monitor enable 'cpu smart fan' & set 'target temperature' at 60C....and turn on 'AMD cool'n quite' if it was disabled....

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    This cooler is awesome...dont need to change it.


    just tweek in your BIOS...you can reduce the noise significantly....one of my friends had the same problem.

    set the max fan speed to 50%-62.5% and the noise will go away.

    dont worry about the temp....yours is natural..this proc is gonna be golden even in 70C
    well i am using the MSI overclocking center from windows. which can set the game mood..

    can you show me the exact procedure of how to tweek the cpu fan speed from BIOS? my MOBO is MSI 760 GM P33

    ---------- Post added at 17:44 ---------- Previous post was at 17:33 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    from bios>HW monitor enable 'cpu smart fan' & set 'target temperature' at 60C....and turn on 'AMD cool'n quite' if it was disabled....
    well, it worked dude.. but now my AVG temp is 45-50 and could not found the AMD COOL AND QUITE!

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    I have the same mobo, and had the same noise issue from my CPU fan. here what i did to reduce the noise:

    in bios menu>HW monitor>CPU Fan target>(enabled @60)
    Cpu min fan speed @62.5%
    Cell menu> AMD cool'n'quite>enabled

    cool'n'quite mode is effective in power saver mode AFAIK

    in windows 7 user panel hardware and sound>power option>power plan>power saver mode(set the sleep and turn off display option to any custom settings)

    the noise should be low now and temps will be in reasonable state, mine is ~40C in idle and loads around ~60C while gaming while the little CPU fan spinning around 3.5k idle-4.5k load rpm(previously it even reached 6k rpm).

    hope this helps
    Last edited by RonzDrive; September 30th, 2011 at 19:33.

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    This cooler is awesome...dont need to change it.


    just tweek in your BIOS...you can reduce the noise significantly....one of my friends had the same problem.

    set the max fan speed to 50%-62.5% and the noise will go away.

    dont worry about the temp....yours is natural..this proc is gonna be golden even in 70C
    Salman bhaiya that cooler is too noisy, it reaches 7k RPM if a defined speed is not set! I still have mine max at 100%, since I game on headphones...but ammu majhe majhe bole, tor eta ki PC naki Jet engine xD

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by RonzDrive View Post
    I have the same mobo, and had the same noise issue from my CPU fan. here what i did to reduce the noise:

    in bios menu>HW monitor>CPU Fan target>(enabled @60)
    Cpu min fan speed @62.5%
    Cell menu> AMD cool'n'quite>enabled

    cool'n'quite mode is effective in power saver mode AFAIK

    in windows 7 user panel hardware and sound>power option>power plan>power saver mode(set the sleep and turn off display option to any custom settings)

    the noise should be low now and temps will be in reasonable state, mine is ~40C in idle and loads around ~60C while gaming while the little CPU fan spinning around 3.5k idle-4.5k load rpm(previously it even reached 6k rpm).

    hope this helps
    power saving mood reduces CPU working speed. games get slower then usual.. Hyper Browsing mood gets disabled. so i keep the HIGH PERFORMANCE MOOD.. and enabled the CPU FAN TARGET to 60.. but thanks for the add-on!

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Salman bhaiya that cooler is too noisy, it reaches 7k RPM if a defined speed is not set! I still have mine max at 100%, since I game on headphones...but ammu majhe majhe bole, tor eta ki PC naki Jet engine xD

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    it is better to set cool'n quite to auto rather enabling it...if you directly enable it sometimes your cpu can be underclocked to protect itself from overheating under load...that means impact on game performence....but in auto mode it'll work only when it remains idle...
    OK, got it. Thanks for the info

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    it is better to set cool'n quite to auto rather enabling it...if you directly enable it sometimes your cpu can be underclocked to protect itself from overheating under load...that means negative impact on game performence....but in auto mode it'll work only when it remains idle...

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    it is better to set cool'n quite to auto rather enabling it...if you directly enable it sometimes your cpu can be underclocked to protect itself from overheating under load...that means negative impact on game performence....but in auto mode it'll work only when it remains idle...
    okey, lets see what i got!

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Set Amd Cool n quite enabled. kono problem hoy nai ei porjonto gaming e. here is my idle temp (lowest sighted 7 Degree idle & highest on load sighted 40 degree maybe mone nai)

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Oi person ta koi j amare giyan dichchilo j Cool 'n Quiet kono kajer na?

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by hrishat View Post
    Set Amd Cool n quite enabled. kono problem hoy nai ei porjonto gaming e. here is my idle temp (lowest sighted 7 Degree idle & highest on load sighted 40 degree maybe mone nai)

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    Incorrect reading, CPU temps can't go lower than ambient temperatures! 7C, is rather too cold here in BD

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    it is better to set cool'n quite to auto rather enabling it...if you directly enable it sometimes your cpu can be underclocked to protect itself from overheating under load...that means negative impact on game performence....but in auto mode it'll work only when it remains idle...
    I'd rather set that to "Enabled" ~ that way even if you OC, your CPU will get throttled, when idle! And CPU will only underlock if it's reaching too high temps, something like 85C+ & in this case, there's something wrong with either the cooler or too high OC. These Phenom-IIs work best at below ~75C, but the stock cooler can get noisy at times, if it's running at 100%.

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Totally inaccurate readings. A common flaw in AMD CPU/mobos.
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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Incorrect reading, CPU temps can't go lower than ambient temperatures! 7C, is rather too cold here in BD
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    thats not cpu temperature...those are core temperatures. the TEMPIN0 in the screenshot indicates cpu/heatsink temperature which is 44C....usually core temperatures are pretty much difficult to report accurately....
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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Well HWmonitor reports CORE TEMPS are 0 C,
    and CPU TEMP is 51 C
    while OVERCLOCKING CENTER FROM MSI also SHOW 50 C Idle CPU temp.. while i start a game it maxed up to 56-57 C
    CPU FAN controller is set to min 60% [near 4500 RPM]
    AMD COOL n Quite is set to AUTO!!


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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    thats not cpu temperature...those are core temperatures. the TEMPIN0 in the screenshot indicates cpu/heatsink temperature which is 44C....usually core temperatures are pretty much difficult to report accurately....
    They still aren 't supposed to be so highly inaccurate.


    Howevr, since the proc temp is 44, you may gues that the cores are at around 46-48C.
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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    They still aren 't supposed to be so highly inaccurate.


    Howevr, since the proc temp is 44, you may gues that the cores are at around 46-48C.
    well, i never got a link that suggest a good temp for my cpu.
    and can i take a leap of faith by OC it??

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    Default Re: AMD PHENOM II x4 955 BE Stock Heat-sink noise problem !! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    They still aren 't supposed to be so highly inaccurate.


    Howevr, since the proc temp is 44, you may gues that the cores are at around 46-48C.
    i haven't found a single software yet that can report accurate core temperature...almost all of them give me the same reading which are around 20C(my cpu temp remains 40-45C in idle) ...
    basically these softwares report somewhat like 15-20C less than the accurate temperatures......

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