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lol..keep the thread open and ill post the results :)
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still a bit of a mystery.

defenately the cpu overheating so applied some more thermal paste

hasnt alarm for a day noe yipeee

might turn alarm off in bios and just get a new cpu when it frys..lol

this topic can now be closed

thanks for your help :)
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Thanks for letting us know.

What was the result for the power supply test for the +12vdc? Where do we stand with that?
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so applied some more thermal paste

Huh??? That sounds like a mistake! Any more than what is needed to fill the microscopic pits and valleys on the mating surfaces is EXCESSIVE! And may be counterproductive. See my canned text on TIM.
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removed the old stuff first. then applied fresh
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removed the old stuff first. then applied fresh

:) Okay, good!
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