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Overheating cpu i running amd athlon 64x2 dual core 4000 2.1ghz its overheating running at between 60 to 70. got 2 gig ram um dont know if my power supply could be the problem as its only 200 watts. had the thermal paste changed twice as i thought too much was applied that never helped. had two extra cooling fans installed to **** air into the casing that not helping either. set my bios menu to the fail safe settings no luck there. my motherboard model is GA-MA69VM-S2 chipset amd 690V. if anyone has any ideas or solutions to my problem as i am at the end of the road here. any advice would be greatly appreciated

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    what should i do i have same problem

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What kind of a heatsink you have on it? my x2 6000 doesnt go over 40 most of the time.

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