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  1. I bought a Corsair GS 800 (2013 Edition) back in 2015 and I know it is past the warranty period but it is still working for general use. However, lately when under a heavy load such as gaming it gets really hot to the touch despite the fans turning on and it makes whining noises after it suddenly shuts down my computer after overheating. The voltages shown on iCUE are Shown Value is to the right 3.3v= 3.33v 12v= 11.95v 5v= 4.96v Does this mean that it is time to replace my PSU? [ame] [/ame]
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