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4060 one of the chip on the motherboard is very hot so the the system can`t on

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Apply the heat sink paste in original paste that problem is solved

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its eather your fuse which no it your steal tower or aluminuim tower is not on chip on mother board when that chip gets hot it resets it self its a black chip and it has to be firmely tight on chip some has a coolent fan on it and some dont mother board has it seperated in 2 parts on some computers.

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Its makes my pentium 4 go to 136 C, the temp rises in a matter of minuets! no other motherboard does this, and no settings have been changed! please help!


Are you sure the reported temperature is correct? How are you getting this indication? Is it through the Hardware monitoring in the bios, where the system would be under little load?

Have you checked that the heatsink is getting that hot? 136 degrees c is enough to blow the chip and I would have thought the computer would have shut down. placing your hand near the heatsink should tell you if its getting hot even without touching it

I would be inclined to download a hardware monitoring programme that will confirm the temps that you appear to be getting. If the chip is not running that hot it may be a faulty sensor.

To help resolve this, I would reset my bios to the defaults to eliminate that area first, then check my heatsink and fan to clean any dirt or dust build up. I would also try another chip to see if the same problem occurs. It COULD be a faulty chip

If the above produce no results, and your motherboard is set to defaults, then I would seriously consider swapping out the board.

I don't know what cooling fan and sink you are using but the Precott P4's used to generate a lot of heat and ran ay 75 degrees on a standard cooler, certainly recommend a copper bottomed or Arcic cooler pro type

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Does the fan still spin when it does power on? The protective measure of the board is that when the chip is too hot it will still power on but only for a second, then it will turn off with a beeping sound. If you suspect that the chip is too hot you might want to measure the temp. One other thing you could do is to reseat the Heat Sink and Fan assembly and make sure there is ample thermal paste.

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try new video card see if you have the right x factor for board jim

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i think thats memory so try removing your ram and re installing it. maby its not pushed in all the way.

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I had the same problem, the bios is corrupted, try a blind bios update or if it doesn't want to, you must do a hot flash update.For more details google search for award bios hot flash.Or dump it and buy a new one.A hot flash worked for me for this mb and an Epox 8rda+,i also have backup bios chips now.Your chip is a Winbond,4 mb capacity.
Hope this helps, SSVik

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Place your finger on the heatsink for the chipset. Feel around for any extremely hot chips. If you find this, your Bios is shot. If you cannot locate the bios chip, just feel all the chips. The Bios chip should be mildly warm but never HOT!

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