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Posts: 2
Registered: 31.07.2012
31.07.12 05:56:34
I have had AVS4YOU for a number of years. It has always been a terrific investment with very little downside. I recently re-activated the software after having to reinstall windows for an unrelated reason.

My computer is a custom rig that I commonly run game like BF3, Shogun 2, ME3 on ultra settings with or without fraps recording, both the GPU and CPU are overclocked and rarely hit over 80 degrees C. I just started using AVS video converter for the fraps videos and within a minute I got a system warning that I just passed 90 degrees C. I quickly opened task manager and lowered its priority and set it to use only 4 of the 8 cpu core in my i7 and ran all my fans at max. It stabilized to 80-85 degrees C. Why is AVS all of a sudden rocketing my temp up? On my older comps this was never an issue.

Any thoughts?

Specs:
Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Intel i7 960 clocked to 3.61 GHz
Nvidia GeForce CTX 460 (725MHz core clock 1800MHz when not in use; clocked to 858MHz/2190MHz when used)
Asus Rampage III Formula "Republic of Gamers"
4gb of ram
Normal Temp when not in use ~60 degrees C
Normal Temp when in use ~72-75 degrees C
Lex
Administrator
Posts: 914
Registered: 20.05.2010
31.07.12 11:20:28
To: huskiepaintball


Hello,

Please whether you use any other software or application while using AVS4YOU programs.

Best regards.
Posts: 2
Registered: 31.07.2012
01.08.12 18:10:14
To: Lex
I think I figured out the issue. The videos I just started to convert are fraps videos. When these record they barely compress the video. At the video quality I have it set at it is about 2gb of video for every 1 minute of recording. I just converted a 46 minute video that was 85gb into a .flv of the same quality, but with the size of 2.96gb. I think that the reason it overheated recently is for this reason that the converter has to do ALOT of work to videos of this size. Thanks for the quick response! If I have any other problems in the future I will make sure to ask.
Lex
Administrator
Posts: 914
Registered: 20.05.2010
02.08.12 09:24:39
To: huskiepaintball


Hello,

If any questions remain feel free to contact us.

Best regads.
Posts: 59
Registered: 07.07.2012
10.08.12 17:13:40
To: Lex


I was able to duplicate this huskiepaintball. I just needed to know but rap videos are really the cause here.
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