So I built my own PC last year and everything has been great. The stats are as follows. ABIT Ai7 Motherboard Intel Pentium 4 3.20e CPU 1GB Kingston HyperX Ram Aspire X-Dreamer II Case Fortron 400w PSU (which says it supports P4's up to 3ghz) ATI Radeon 9600XT video card Dual 120GB SATA Hard drives Now, recently my uGuru software that came with the board has been setting off an alarm about the PWM temperature getting too high (70-75 Celcius ) in large load circumstances such as games. The PWM is the power management circuit I believe. I have read many people have this problem with the abit ai7 board and have contacted their technical support. Should I underclock my CPU to 3.0ghz since the PSU says it only supports processors to 3ghz? Would that impact this issue? Voltages are all correct according to the uGuru software. Also, my processor, the 3.2e prescott chip, is running at about 65-70 Celcius under load, which I've been told, is not bad for a prescott chip, so I am not that worried about that. I have started to take measures against the component temperature in my machine by ordering a new CPU HSF from coolermaster, a large 120mm fan for rear exhaust, and 2 80mm fan for front intake. I have gotten my temp readings with the stock case cooling in my X-dreamer II case and will probably be installing the new fans this evening. Hopefully this solves the issue, but if not, do any of you have thoughts on this? Anyone have this board and experience a similar issue? If so, let me know. Thanks in advance!