GeForce 4 overheat question

By Morbid Angel
Mar 14, 2003
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  1. Hi guys, I'm new here and I run in to trouble...I got my self a geforce 4 ti4200 128.
    And yeah it heats a lot! so i got a different fan for it, now the cpu is fine, but the ram is the one that is heating...What do I do?
    I cant mesure the temperature because i dont have the monitor, so how do I go about it? the case is pritty hot...Im worried that my ram will fry out soon if I keep it same way.
    my specs are :
    cpu@ 220
    ram@ 405

    Thanks
  2. eddy05

    eddy05 Newcomer, in training Posts: 223

    From my experience, the air ventilation inside your casing is an important factor to the temperature inside your PC. In my case, my Athlon XP dropped from 59°C to 47°C on idle (I have a small casing). You would probably wanna check whether the ventilation within your casing is efficient.
  3. young&wild

    young&wild TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,268

    Do you have small casing fans hanging around? Make sure there are blowing the right way, if not they will interfere with the internal airflow.
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