CPU core voltage exceed

I recently got a "Hardware Monitor Warning" window pop up saying:
CPU core voltage exceed allowed deviation:+1.35V
Over the last several months, my computer will just freeze or hang once in awhile. I then have to do a hard reboot before I can do anything. Could these be connected and might I have a power supply going bad?
Thanks.
Bill
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  1. It could be a bad power supply, it wouldn't happen to be an Antec, or worse, a no-name unit, would it?

    Back to you Tom...
  2. Using P3. I'm assuming there was a least a tempoaray voltage reading more than 1.35volts over normal. I assume I got the warning because there is a utility or program that watches CPU voltages.
  3. Don't know what brand it is. Had this computer for 2+years and this is the first time I've gotten a warning message like that. It's just in the past few months that I've had the problem with the sytem hanging. Wondering if there might be a connection.
  4. It definately sounds like a bad power supply.

    Back to you Tom...
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