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Mobo Intel D915PDT Out of Range Voltage?, Red Status

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By refer to the attachment is the screenshot of my system. There is red status which is something wrong from my view. Does anyone understand it? Is it my mobo voltage wrong or else?

My cpu tempreture 62 deg...is it normall?

Thanks for the help.
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Try another Powersupply. Use the following site to make sure you get one that is suitable for your system:

http://www.jscustompcs.com/power_supply/

Regarding the CPU temp, find out the exact model of your CPU, then go to the intel homepage and check the technical specs for it. It should show you the temp rating of your CPU there, and as long as your temp is lower than the max temp rating there, it should be OK. Of course the lower the temp of your CPU the better. You can often decrease the temp by making sure the heatsink is dustfree, the fan is running smoothly. Also remove the heatsink from the CPU and thouroughly clean both surfaces, then add just a tiny bit of thermal transfer paste and reattach the heatsink, making sure it is seated firmly.
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by:emlily
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you mean maybe the powersupply is not suitable to my intel mobo? is this has any relation with my cpu casing cable ( Power On, Restart, Speaker ... connected to the intel mobo? )
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No these cables have no influence. And the PSU might just not be powerfull enough for all your hardware, or the 5V it delivers isn't inside the specs.
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by:phototropic
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Your PSU is not delivering correct voltage.
Take rindi's advice and install a new power supply.
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ok i will go view other power supply and test it. tq
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by:SteveG00000
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To be honest, you are lucky your cpu is still doing anything at that temp, should be below 50 if at all possible, as for the psu, deffinatly looks like it needs to be replaced but that is unlikely to be causing the cpu temp.  Before you replace it restore defaults in the bios just in case something is set incorrectly in there.
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I had check my PSU...using iCute brand ATX-450W P4
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by:rindi
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try another
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thank you...after changging new psu, now red status become green.
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