Defective chipset problems...*FIXED* CPU Overheat Issue (Screw ThermalTake!) EDIT: Yeah, the Tt cooler I thought was great, sucked choads. What can I say? Until I buy my Zalman, I'm stuck running my old 1.8GHz Duron. The chipset is fine. I discovered tonight that my chipset was bad... After swapping out three different PSU's (All of good quality), four different RAM sticks (No generic crap), two different hard drives, two different optical drives, three different OSes (2000 Pro, Server 2K3, and 98 Lite 4.5), loading Failsafe/BIOS defaults, I have come to the conclusion that my motherboard has a bad chipset. It is the Chaintech 7NIL1 mATX nForce2 Ultra 400 chipset mobo. Considering this is nVidia here, I expected better. Is there anything I can fuck with at all to get this working? Any sort of hardware audio/video acceleration causes a GPF or a crash after 30 secs to one minute, regardless of chipset driver versions, etc. Also, under NT based OSes, it will randomly reboot, due to "Product: 264_7" I'm pulling my hair out over this shit. RMAing is going to suck at this point.