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PC powering off

I suspect my PC is overheating, I see the hose on my liquid cooling has a large bubble in it. There is no blue fluid in it. My PC will ruin for a few minutes then stop, I was on the bios screen in tools and the temp was up to 71C. Then it just turned off.

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You probably have a setting in the BIOS for the PC to shut off when the processor reaches 70C, you can disable that, but it can get hotter and hotter till the CPU melts. So try putting some more liquid in the PC.

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