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I checked my Temps in my bios and my computer and motherboard seem to be fine but my vcore 12+ volts is only getting 10.35 volts. I dont know what i need to do. Every time i try to load Pinnalce Studios and complie a disc it shuts down. Am I putting to much on the cpu. I have a P4 3.0 GHZ w/ Hypertreading. 1 GB of PC2300 DDR Ram and a 200 GB HD 7200 RPMs. Any help is apprecatied
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what is your PSU output power?
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10.8Volts is right at the -10% level. . . . . (+12.0 ±1.2 V)/(10.8-13.2)

It is probably going into current limit when you start compiling & shuts down. . . .then returns back on line

Need to know rating of Power Supply:

Total Watts
All voltages & current ratings

what was original equipment on Computer
how much expansion did you add:
how many fans / how many drives /

when did problem begin? . . . .what was last expansion? related to start of problem . . . How old is computer . . .

What were your temps in BIOS?
What were reading of other voltages?

Power Supply will shutdown for following reasons:
Excessive Current
Excessive Temp

Either you power supply is going bad or you out grew it!! or excessive temp

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