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Dear All, When we start Deaktop come erorr "CPU overvoltage error" Press F1 We reinstall OS,remove Fan and pest Hit sniak,Change SMPS but same problem comeCPU overvoltage error" please give soluation

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Hi yadav, i think you have tryed al, i am sure there is no problem with your CPU or SMPS , i think your motherboard got shortcircuited , just try this steps if nothing work mean you have to replace your Motherboard yadav.

step 1 - Try resetting your BIOS settings to default

step 2 - Do you have the AUTO Overclocking feature enabled? If so... DISABLE it.

step 3 - try a BIOS upgrade


Good luck ! if you think your problem solved don't forget to rate

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