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x58haze, is your KB/Mouse - wireless/wired?  Enjoy, John.
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Hello this are my temps even if set default the motherboard cpu temp will be around 45 etc



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote x58haze Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Jun 2017 at 5:22am
My G9 Logitech is cable
And the genius or ancient mouse like those regular the first lazer one, is cable too, and the g15 keyboard is with cable, and the Benq like from 2003 or 2005 is cable too
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My vote is it's the power supply.  When I've ever had weird stuff happening it was the PSU.  Considering his is from 2011, I've very surprised that it's lasted THIS long.  My PSUs only last 3-4 years tops.
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Temps in the BIOS are always high.

It has to do with being in the BIOS as a user the BIOS runs the CPU at it's highest rated or OC'd speed.


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