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Something seems to be overheating leading to the shutdown I guess. Can anyone pinpoint where exactly are those parameters showing high temp from the attachment.

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Check the Temps & Voltages in the Bios to see if they are the same as the 3rd party app.

PC Specs?
Pre- Built Brand & Model Number
Custom Built- Brand & Model of Mobo-CPU-RAM-Graphics-PSU.
 

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Thank you for your prompt reply.

Custom built. Mobo n GPU info on the attachment.

PSU is a new Seasonic 620W.

Bios do not show any temp more than a 100 degree Celsius. That's why I'm puzzled. I've tried a slower P4 processor and the same thing happen.

I've narrow down to Mobo issue but I'm not sure exactly where. All the caps looks ok. Change 2 new chassis fans. Total 4 fans in casing.

From the looks of it, it's seems I've no choice but to built a new pc right?

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What Temps & Voltages do you see in the Bios?
What PSU was in the unit previously and for how long?
PC Specs?
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Custom Built- Brand & Model of Mobo-CPU-RAM-Graphics-PSU.
 

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From looking at the Attached Image you just posted... I would maybe say its the CPU that's over heating? too me 135 degree's is quite hot!, But I'm not to sure though.
 

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Hi Tyree,

All the specs u required are in those attachments posted.

I do agree the idle temp is kinda of high. Anyway, my pc shutdown again.

Hi Linktopower,

It might seems a processor problem but an older n slower processor I tried also cause my pc to shutdown but at a slightly longer period to stay on.

So I've ruled out processor but more towards the Mobo.


Besides looking at the caps on the Mobo, where else can indicate over-heating issues??

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135F - 53.5 C is not serious but it is a concern and when we know what we're working with we can attempt to resolve that heat issue.
 
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