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  1. I bought an ml120l and i installed it in my pc but when i check my cpu temp it's 98c in idle and i know that i installed it correctly.
  2. I live in Republic of Korea(South Korea). I set up my computer(maker5) Oct. 2018. and it worked well. At 3rd of Apr. 2019. I found front fans and upper fans were stopped. Exactly, on low fan mode, they didn't work. On high fan mode, they worked. I think something was wrong, so I opened maker5. I was shocked that I found one part of controller was melt down and it penetrated its plastic case in a half. One part of controller was overheated and fell off from the PCB, and melt down its case. If that fell to cables inside maker5, it made a fire disaster, I think. And I call the seller and they gave me another controller, I installed it. But at 11th of May 2019. After just one month I re-intalled it, same thing was happened. So I re-called the seller and they will investigate it, and they'll gave me another one. I use a EVGA 1300W Gold G3 PSU. I want to know why the controller was overheated TWICE ! There was no other parts connected by a cable beween the controller and PSU. It's very dangerous. I do not want the same thing to happen to me.