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Old 04-01-2012, 05:17 AM   #1
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Hi Support,

I was facing processor heating problem and came to know about voltage fluctuations. Please look at the videos and let me know whether the voltages are in control or not.

CPU Overheat - BIOS Observation.mp4 - YouTube

Volatages after new UPS Installation.mp4 - YouTube

Volatages after installation of new UPS & RAM-2.mp4 - YouTube

Thanks in advance.
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What Power Supply are you running, the 12v should never be over 12.6v and fluctuations like that are never good.

Try Plugging a lamp into the socket the PC is in a see if it flickers up and down.
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