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Motherboard getting hot

I have Gigabyte S - series, m61pne-s2 motherboard its heat sink and battery is getting hot whenever i start my computer, although i removed all the components an kept it open but still it is showing d same problem.. i have AMD phenon x3 64bit processor

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  • usaad14 Jan 26, 2009

    der r no jumperz on motherboard..i checked d thermal paste its there...


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Check your thermal paste... buy thermal in the computer store, possible your thermal paste already dry and did not transfer heat at heat sink...

can you adjust your speed FSB jumper to reduce the processor speed.

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