email me Guidance for computer hardware issue

Amd Phenom ii x4 965 quad core processor
May 30, 2010 at 22:28:06
Specs: Windows XP
I have AMD Phenom(tm) 9650 Quad core
processor with 4 GB of ram and M4A78-
EM/1394 motherboard installed (1 TB of HDD

I am interested to know the compatibility
issues if any with this configuration as AMD
clamed that processor over heating issue had
reduced in new models and they resolve an
explorer error. However, I am experiencing loud
fan noise with the 0% use of process, which
showed in task manager even though the com
kept ideal for few hours.
Could you please guide me with the followings
1. How should I reduce the fan noise?
2. Do I need to perform some settings to
avoid this issue?
3. Is this configuration good?
4. Can Samsung p2370ms 23’ monitor
supported by this configuration?

5. Max resolution supported by onboard graphic card of M4A78-Em/1394 motherboard PC

Any special features, configuration and
suggestion with above configuration are

Please mail me the possible solutions of this
issue, as I am not frequent user of internet.

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May 31, 2010 at 08:22:17
Which fan or fans are loud? If it is the CPU cooling fan, is it the AMD cpu cooler that is stock and came with the cpu, or did you purchase a high quality aftermarket quiet running fan? The same question can be asked for the case and video card fans.

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May 31, 2010 at 08:44:16

First of all, this is a public forum and as such we don't provide individual help. I don't understand your logic anyway. You must log onto the internet to check email just as you would need to check here. You can set the settings here to notify you of any responses to your thread.

Also, posting your email address in the open as you did invites spam. I have removed it as a courtesy to you.

Now to your problems.

Is your computer a custom assembled unit? If so, there are many different fans available. Some are much noisier than others.

If you assembled the system you may not have installed the heat sink correctly, which can cause the fan to run faster.

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May 31, 2010 at 09:16:48
The integrated graphics should support that monitor. If you download the manual for your motherboard it details all the specs, including the graphics capabilities.

If you haven't installed the drivers for that motherboard you need to do that. The latest drivers can be downloaded at the link below or use the CD provided with the board.

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