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With power in motherboard .. d switch power not function..

I have change the power supply in cpu still desame..

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CPU Overheated
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In this case, please double check:
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After confirmed, please follow steps below to relief the CPU protection function.
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If the power supply went bad, it could have overloaded the mother board as well as the old cpu.
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