Question about SuperMicro X7DAE Motherboard
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The fault could be a wrong setting in the bios chipset or cpu option.
Maybe one of the cpu has a wrong mhz setting ( overclocking )
This will make the system unstable.
75 degrees celcius is too hot even for a intel cpu.
Try to reset the bios to factory settings.
And look also for an bios upgrade.
Please do not download / upgrade the BIOS/Firmware UNLESS your system has a BIOS/firmware-related issue. Flashing the wrong BIOS/firmware can cause irreparable damage to the system.
Remember to add new cooling paste, not much, when removing the cooling element and fan.
Posted on Aug 01, 2013
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