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Intel P4 2.66 ghz processor Intel MOtherboard D945 EPI but motherboard gets overheating thermal heating i had changed te processor and the heatsing fan and i had applied heat sing paste through te board and processory i had checked with another smps also but getting te same problem bios also clear and only getting overheating in the back side of the motherboard particularly back of the processor area

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It might be that power unit give big currency to the mother board therefore it overheats.

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