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You either have poor cooling from a bad cooler fan, dirty heat sink or dry thermal paste or too much voltage supplied to the processor. Try to clean the dust from your computer inside. Make sure a cable or other object is not preventing the processor fan from turning.Find you processor's voltage and go into the bios and make sure it is set for that voltage.If not set it to that voltage.Let me kow how you make out.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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