[MSI trident artic 3] my computer gets too hot

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Hello

I have a problem with my computer. I have the impression that it gets too hot so it turns off and then starts again without a blue screen.

When I play Forza Horizon 5 or recent games it easily reaches 100 ° C / 212 °F ( CPU ) and cuts out around every 1 hour of games which poses a problem. I have the impression that my computer bears its name very badly and that it becomes a volcano instead of an Artic ^^
This did not happen at first, and for information I have had the computer for less than 2 years.

Solution tried :
- I have tried many methods including increasing the ventilation of the FAN in the bios, to be honest I put it to full force so my computer is more of a factory than something silent.
- lower the game parameters (which is annoying when you have a gaming computer)

I ask you for help and what advice you can give me before I send it for repair. Because it becomes unplayable.

I thank you in advance for your response

my config :
OS : WINDOWS 11 FAMILLY
Processeur Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-9700 CPU @ 3.00GHz 3.00 GHz
Mémoire RAM 16,0 Go
Type du système Système d’exploitation 64 bits, processeur x64
CGU : Nvdia Geforce GTX 1660 SUPER
 

FlyingMog

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Hi,
Have you ever dust it out from the inside of Trident 3 Arctic chassis, including of blower fan and heatsink or reapplying thermal paste on CPU? Please check if it can help you, but if you do not have experience or expert in assembling the whole system. Suggest you to return the whole system back to service center for repair.
 
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Hi !


I dusted it off and there was indeed quite a bit of dust. I did not touch the processor and the thermal paste I do not have the skills to do so.

Hope this will solve the problem. I thank you for your answer.
 
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