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Sounds to me like you need to have some hardware looked at. Have you tried opening your case and dusting it with a can of compressed air ? If there is a lot of dust there, then it won't allow heat ( and there is a lot of it ) to dissipate. So you want to keep that area relatively clean.

Also, if your powersupply is going bad, it is time to replace. If you are smelling a strong odor, something is burning. You want to figure that out.

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