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D865PERL Motherboard over heating

After 2 years the system is overheating and shutting down while trying to reboot it appears to be the cpu over heating however i have replaced the cpu with a known good one  and it still does the same thing  any help 

 

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garry hixson  

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  • ghixson Oct 20, 2007

    the motherboard is aD865PERL the cpu is standard boxed  3.00

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I had a problem with my P4 overheating on that same board, I cleaned all the dust out of the heat sink and the coolant fan, then also angled another fan at 45 degree from the back to the CPU sounds like alot, but worked for me.
probly just ganna be a hastle so unless you think a fan would help dont bother

Posted on Nov 27, 2007

  • XintelX Nov 27, 2007

    oh also check your Cpu fanspeed

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