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The two green cables are for power LED, one + and one -. Then there are two yellow cables for the HD LED, with one + and one -. The red ones are for ON/OFF (power button), and the blue are for reset. So yeah, you are technically right if I understood what you said xD
Power supply is easier to troubleshoot my local pc shop has used ones for $5 or if you have one laying around make sure you have one with the proper mobo connector 24pin will sometimes fit 20 pin as long as there are no transistors to close to plug just turn pc off unplug all drives and mobo plug in good supply and turn on if it works thats the problem if not probably mobo
Sounds like the computer is likely overheating. Verify that all fans are running, replace any that are not and dust out the computer. If that does not work then you might need to find out exactly which part is overheating (probably the CPU) and either replace it or get a better cooler for it.
The only way to fix it without basically replacing the whole computer would be to replace the CPU cooler but that might not even be possible. You can try cleaning out the case to get rid of the dust. In any case the CPU has to work harder to decode the video which will cause it to heat up which in turn causes the cooling fan to spin faster.