Question about Intel D945GCNL Motherboard
Seems you may need to provide a bigger heatsink/fan for the processor or maybe able to put a chassis fan inside the case...I have had this happen on a number of systems in the past...Some of which the temp sensor was defective...had a GIGABYTE board do the same thing...What you can try to do is to go to BIOS setup and go to the pc health page( or the page that shows the thermal data). There may be a setting here to enable/disable the temperature alarm/shutdown...I've had to do this on several boards due to temp sensor failure and being skeptical I made sure the cpu did not get too hot by checking with an infrared temp probe...turned out all was OK
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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