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Proliant ML350 G4p too hot in idle state

Hello,

I have a ML350 G4p server, and it is constantly running hot. When in idle the HP system management homepage shows that the CPU is 77 degrees hot and the noise from the server is like from aircraft :)


What is the normal temp for this CPU and what can cause this issue ?
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goliveuk
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PaulNSWCommented:
What's the ambient room temp?

Have you checked that all fans are working, that all baffle boards are correctly seated. Check for blockages.

Has the server been moved/upgraded recently. Maybe the heatsink is not in full contact with the CPU. Possibly too little or too much thermal paste between heatsink and CPU

Check the Intel website for temperature ranges
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andyalderCommented:
70 degrees C doesn't sound excessive, I think 80 degrees C is the limit for that one. Either one of the fans isn't working or you need to upgrade the BIOS/system ROM.
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goliveukAuthor Commented:
It was the thermal paste between the CPU and the heatsink. I changed it with a new one and it fixed the issue.
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