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    Default Motherboard problem?

    Here it is... Lately while playing a game or three, I get knocked out and have to restart the game. I decided to run HWMonitor to see if anything unusual shows up. Sure enough, some of the sensors look way out of whack. 12v-min/max reads .279/12.769, Vin1-.080/.344, SysFan-1102/18,750 rpm, CPUFan-1739/33,750 rpm, and it won't show when I start HWM, I get readings for AuxFan-0 & 1, 0/...,(numbers are always different), the problem there is only the two fans are plugged into the board. My other fans are plugged into a controller. The readings for Temp/TIN are just as bad. Right now SYSTIN is stable at 32/34c, CPUTIN -36/77c, AUXTIN-38/249c, however readings here are worse when checking after the game glitch. Strangely enough, my CPU core temps read just fine at mid 20's/mid30's and GPU max is mid 60's. So my question is, is there a utility or something I can use to test my motherboard specifically? I have Prime95 and OCCT, each has a few test's, so if I use one these, which test setting should I use? Also, before I forget, I have one of those tools to check the power supply and the 5v light doesn't come on. My mobo is ASRock 770 Extreme3, the bios is current. Power is Thermaltake 750w Toughpower 80+.

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    Default Re: Motherboard problem?

    Have you given your motherboard a good look? Do any of the caps look like they leaked? Is there any hissing sound? I've seen PSU's test good and they were bad.

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    BTW welcome to PureOC

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    Default Re: Motherboard problem?

    i would suggest look at your psu sounds bad to me or something on the motherboard isnt plug in right

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