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Temperature too high warning in amd pc

Ive got this annoying warning every 10 seconds, this was started when i refomated my amd pc

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  • Anonymous May 10, 2009

    I have the same problem but only happens when it i run Games, that include..... anyone with the solution ?! 

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Are u using and pci editing card on the system like matrox if not u have a heatsink problem or fan problem please change the processor fan ....

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    DUSHYANT SINGH Jan 24, 2009

    Are u using and pci editing card on the system like matrox if not u have a heatsink problem or fan problem please change the processor fan ....

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