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Does not have a problem of your motherboard. They have a problem with the processor, because the processor of your computer was overheating that's why they are going to restart itseft. The characteristic of the processor is; when the processor have exced the maximum heat required, they are going to shut down or restart automatically to prevent burning of the devices inside the motherboard. Just replace your processor to solve that problem.

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