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My motherboard is overheating

I have a MSI 945GCM5 motherboard, and with monitoring by everst, I notice that the motherboard temperature is between 90c to 96c.
Is this temperature is high?and if it is high, what should I do?

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  • walidmhafeez Feb 20, 2009

    thank you leecom72, but the problem is not on my laptop, but in my home pc, the fan are working good because my proccesser temperature is between 25c to 35c, so I will try to blow the dust ,thank you again



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Hi there.
Listen to the fan area of the laptop to make sure the system fan is working. Also buy a can of compressed air and blast the air vents and the fan.
The overheating you describe could be caused by a build up of dust or CPU fan failure.

Good luck and thanks for using Fixya!!!

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