[Lab] Video Render! Urgent
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Mon Feb 3 14:54:50 EST 2014
Hi Alexander - is your system a desktop or laptop?
Assuming it's a desktop, have you opened it up and cleaned/vacuumed the
heatsinks/fans for the CPU and GPU's as well as all of the chassis and P/S
fans and air vents? Usually if this is a slowing evolving issue, dust and
poor circulation through the chassis are the culprits. If so, a good
internal vacuuming should help. Cooling the room won't help much if the
internal chassis circulation (especially over the heat sinks) is bad. Also
make sure your heatsink fans are actually working and the firmware has them
on. ie. not in silent mode. Chassis fans often have switches on them or
their cords that allow you to change the speed - ensure they are on full.
Additionally, you could modify your system power settings to use econo
modes which may slow the rendering but allow the system to operate at a
Hope that helps!
On Mon, Feb 3, 2014 at 2:36 PM, Aurelius R <maxrowsell at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey everyone!
> I'm in a bit of a jam -- as part of my college applications I've filmed a
> video to send to the admissions department/head of the department I'm
> applying for. I've been able to render video on my computer (as well it
> should with my specs!) but over the last month or two I've been having
> problems. For some reason either the thermal shutdown or the hardware
> temperature monitor trips and the system locks up or reboots partway
> through video rendering. I've been trying to fix this problem for a while.
> The workaround that was working before was to open my window and let the
> whole room cool down to the icy winter temps, but even now that doesn't
> All this to say -- does anyone have a computer that is capable of
> rendering HD video? It's only 720p, and if you don't have editing software
> I can bring my own. I literally would only need half an hour or less. I'm
> really in a jam or I wouldn't ask for help.
> Peace, Love, Empathy
> Alexander Max Rowsell
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