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kelleydm

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the mb is a kv7, pc3200 corsair memory 450w psu, athlon xp 2700 cpu. this system used to be in a differant case same psu and was running excellent. after moving to different case the cpu is running at 52 - 53c. all components test good using pc certify. psu tests good using my psu tester all green lights. most of the time computer now shuts down before even going into windows. after three years of building systems for people with virtually no major issues the ones like this i am having lately have me stumped. any and all assistance is greatly appreciated.
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Is this a different unit?? what happened with video problem?

Sorry I have to leave . . . I will get back to you later

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this is a different unit. the one with video problem still has problem.
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Again read Post from Staff at top of page:

"New build computer problems? What to do now?"

Good info>>>Looks like he's been there; done that<<<<<

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Pull the MB out of the case and run it. Since you swapped cases, the MB could be shorting somewhere. At least if you run it outside, you can eliminate that possibility.

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