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    Posted: 02 Nov 2011 at 2:47pm
Well. I got the 9200 in my lap right now, and i have just one real problem.
any 3d game overheats my computer to the point where the whole thing crashes. not just power off crash, but the image is all messed up, the audio isn't lagged but is playing crazy loud static noise, screen looks like a static mess. only option is to hold the power to shut off. was wondering if anyone else has this problem or there is a fix... it happens with all games from minecraft to justcause2.
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my advice is to either send it in for it to be fixed or get a refund
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I have sent it in and got it back. They replaced the entire motherboard, yet the problem still is present. It didn't change anything. Does anyone else with the x6-9200 have this problem?
The temperature gets to be about 80 when it crashes. It doesn't turn off automatically or anything, i have to hold the power till it shuts off while it makes the static noise and screen.
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I may post a video to show it, but for now, comments are much appreciated...
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Try disabling the turbo boost. It cooled my CPU by about 10 degrees on average. Now I never go past 70.

To do this, go to more power options > change your plan settings > change advanced settings > processor power management > maximum processor state. Change BOTH on battery AND plugged in to 99%. This will disable power boost, which tends to make your laptop super hot!

Also, how long did it take for the whole process of getting a new motherboard? I'm having issues with mine after only 4 days of owning it. :(
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Did this help at all? I just started experiencing the same problems.

I ran Memtest and I got a bunch of errors saying it cannot store memory properly. :(


Edited by JupiterKush - 04 Apr 2012 at 12:19pm
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rma ur ram or go buy sum ram from newegg.com & install it urself (make sure its the right kind)
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