Originally Posted by dave-p
Well if your sure its not some malware/spyware it may well be a sign your CPU is crapping out.
what are you using to read the temps ?
Is the CPU fan running at the proper...
Yes, I physically removed the heatsink assembly and cleaned all the dust out of the fins. I also removed the fans and cleaned those out, too. Since my load is F@H, it doesn't make sense that it's an increased CPU load as it's a number...
I'm not sure what happened, but recently, for no reason, the temps on my CPU are really high. Before, I'd be F@H (full load) at 60C with the fan on low, but out of nowhere, it's now full load at 73C with the fans on high. I've cleaned...
Thank you for reiterating my point, alphavegas.
Originally Posted by diefool
refurbished by dell, is pretty much new.
This is completely wrong as well. Dell is neither a semiconductor manufacturer nor a...
Originally Posted by mentaldelusions
refurb not used btw
Just so you know, refurbished by definition means used.
Disclosure: I am an owner of a 1705 with a 7900GS and have had it since the beginning of...
When you design a product, you design it the best you can so it lasts as long as possible under ideal conditions. It's unethical to release something that you know has a very short service lifetime; regardless of use.
Originally Posted by dchen2
What does it matter if you have to ship it back or not? There is no point to keeping the original part anymore since the reason it was replaced is that there was something wrong with...