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A MOTHERBOARD ARE SHUTTING DOWN THEN IT OVER HEATS.YOU SHOULD CHECK THE THERMAL PASTE,THE FANS.
AND LET NOT GET TO HOT IN THE CHASSI YOU MUST SE TO CIRCULATE THE AIR

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