Solved Settings for AMD FX 6300

January 1, 2017 at 04:36:06
Specs: Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7600, AMD FX6300 /CORSAIR VENEGANCE 8GB DDR3
It's basically as soon as I start up my pc the processor fan goes with a silent noise n as it is turned on the voice is near to a high peak level while playing game the voice is at the highest peak and suddenly it then shuts down

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January 2, 2017 at 07:56:41
Shutdowns are usually caused by one of two things - either the CPU is overheating or the power supply is overloaded. But there's nothing I can see about your system that's power hungry, definitely not the GT 730.

Restart the system & immediately enter the BIOS. Find HW Monitoring & check the CPU temperature. Leave the menu open & watch the CPU temp to see if it stays fairly steady or if it continues to climb. It should be in the mid 30s to low 40s at idle. If it's much higher than that or if the temp continues to go up, it means the heatsink isn't installed correctly. Either it's not fully seated & locked down, or the paste was applied wrong. Do NOT re-use old paste. If the heatsink is removed, all the old paste must be completely cleaned from the top of the CPU & bottom of the heatsink, then a dab of fresh paste should be applied.



#1
January 1, 2017 at 06:19:24
What voice are you talking about & what is it saying?

The proper clock settings for an FX6300 is 17.5 x 200MHz = 3.5GHz, but with Turbo Mode enable, it will auto-overclock up to 4.1GHz when needed.


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#2
January 1, 2017 at 06:31:26
The Voice is basically that of the processor fan.. It says nothing just it goes on increasing as I log in to my pc & then when I start playing game it gets to a peak level remains constant for about 5 mins & my pc the shutdowns

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#3
January 1, 2017 at 06:34:39
And can u please tell me how to disable this turbo mode in the bios settings that I've it's basically a legacy bios mode so I didn't found turbo mode but I found turbo core now this are different things then..??so what can I do... help me out plzz.

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#4
January 1, 2017 at 06:39:57
OK, so you're talking about the fan noise caused by it running at high RPMs? Why would you call it "voice"?

The problem is probably that the processor is overheating. The fan is automatically speeding up to try to lower the temperature, but it's not working properly, so the processor is getting too hot & it's forcing a shutdown. Either the heatsink & fan are loaded with dust or the heatsink/fan isn't installed correctly.


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#5
January 1, 2017 at 06:41:10
Can't help you with BIOS settings without knowing the make/model of your motherboard.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AMD_T...

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#6
January 1, 2017 at 06:52:00
Motherboard :-Asus M5A78L-MLX3

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#7
January 1, 2017 at 06:55:13
Talking about dust I'm cleaning it everyday now for about a month & I'm writing noise but auto correction is making it noise I'm really sorry for that..

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#8
January 1, 2017 at 07:09:29
English must not be your 1st language.

You don't have to clean the inside of a computer everyday. 2-3 times a year should be OK unless it's in a dusty place, like inside a workshop. All you have to do is unplug the power cord, remove the side panel, then blow out the dust with compressed air. A vacuum should NOT be used. Did you take the heatsink off the processor to clean it? If you did, you probably didn't put it back on correctly & that's why it's overheating. You also might have blown dust into the fan bearings & that's why it's making noise.


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#9
January 1, 2017 at 07:15:37
Yes english isn't my 1st language and I did took off the heatsink but it's a stock one so I just have direct pins to lock on but about the side panel you are talking about I didn't get that properly please elaborate... 🙏🙏

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#10
January 1, 2017 at 07:26:34
The M5A78L-MLX3 is a budget board fitted with an old chipset. The 760G/SB710 chipset combination is from 2009, before the FX-series was even released. For best performance, you should have DDR3-1866 RAM & a graphics card (rather than using onboard video).

Here's the board specs: https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/M...

Here's the manual: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb...

The BIOS info starts on page 40 of 65. Look into the different fan speed settings. None of this is going to help you if you messed with the heatsink. If you took it off to clean it, it MUST be re-installed correctly, with fresh thermal paste, & the paste must be applied properly.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2465...

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#11
January 1, 2017 at 07:39:00
What you said about thermal paste application and heat sink is I've do it already for that I'm using thermal Conductor of Cooler Master and talking about RAM I've 1866 DDR3 of Corsair VENEGANCE 8GB.. So you are just saying me to look into it clean it and again apply the paste.. Ohkkkkk.. I'll do it again btw I didn't had that page of applying a cooler.. Thanks for that I'll surely try tomorrow and tell you.. Thank you very much.. 🙏🙏

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#12
January 1, 2017 at 07:42:13
I'll inform to you about it tomorrow.. Definitely.. 🙏🙏

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#13
January 2, 2017 at 01:41:34
Brother as per your manual that u gave and that cooler attachment method I did everything.. And not even a few minutes that went through my pc once again went into a shutdown...

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#14
January 2, 2017 at 01:42:48
And not even a few minutes I worked on my pc watching songs on YouTube in 2 mins it just shutdown again..

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#15
January 2, 2017 at 01:57:50
Btw I've graphics card Nvidia GT730

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#16
January 2, 2017 at 02:09:36
But the noise is reduced greatly n btw my processor is at 3.5 Ghz stock frequency but I dunno when I'd monitor it with AMD overdrive the speed goes to 3817 MHz so how is it reaching this point when it's supposed to be at 3.5 Ghz??

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#17
January 2, 2017 at 02:15:40
How can I limit this speed to 3.5Ghz?? Might be that could work..

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#18
January 2, 2017 at 07:56:41
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Shutdowns are usually caused by one of two things - either the CPU is overheating or the power supply is overloaded. But there's nothing I can see about your system that's power hungry, definitely not the GT 730.

Restart the system & immediately enter the BIOS. Find HW Monitoring & check the CPU temperature. Leave the menu open & watch the CPU temp to see if it stays fairly steady or if it continues to climb. It should be in the mid 30s to low 40s at idle. If it's much higher than that or if the temp continues to go up, it means the heatsink isn't installed correctly. Either it's not fully seated & locked down, or the paste was applied wrong. Do NOT re-use old paste. If the heatsink is removed, all the old paste must be completely cleaned from the top of the CPU & bottom of the heatsink, then a dab of fresh paste should be applied.


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#19
January 2, 2017 at 08:32:09
My cpu temperature is at 67 then it steps up to 68 and then it stabilizes on 68.

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#20
January 2, 2017 at 08:36:07
Now what should I do??
Cpu temperature :68 degree celsius after 3 mins its 69 degrees
MB temperature :44 degree celsius
Now what's that "MB" things btw my cpu's just heating up High
Now it's way too High then what u said.... 😭😭

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#21
January 2, 2017 at 08:37:05
I'll be just applying it..

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#22
January 2, 2017 at 09:48:20
I did it but this time I separated the fan from the heatsink cleansed the heatsink with tissue n then with a force of water it's temperature idle is at 48 degrees not yet to that 40's but I guess still time to find I'll do it and thank you very much for the help 🙏🙏

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#23
January 2, 2017 at 11:55:35
Have a look at the following link & scroll to the bottom to see the max safe operating temp is 70.5C. If the temp was 68 at idle, it wouldn't take much to push it over the limit & cause a shutdown.

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Bulld...

48C at idle is MUCH better. It's still a little warmer than I'd like to see it if it were my system, but your shutdown problems should be cured. Good luck!


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