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computer keeps shutting down

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MY problem is my computer keeps shutting down without warning so I've checked my pc health system and it's read:
current system temp 32 C
current cpu temp 43 C/109f
current chassis fan speed 0 rpm
current cpu fan speed 4500 rpm
current second fan speed 0 rpm
there is :tazz: one german tricolor wire coming from the mother board which is not connected to anything so I don't know if it should be attached somewhere
I have 2 fans on my computer and to me they look both working normaly.any help will be appreciated and thanks again.
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