Hi abhi_ban, and Welcome to the AMD Forum!
If that 52°C is when it's idling, then it's likely too hot when under load.
Use SpeedFan from http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php
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On the PCChips M810L, any version, Temp1 is always your System Temp, and Temp2 is your CPU Temp.
Temp3 is an unconnected sensor, and gives a 'bogus' reading.
This 'assignment' varies from mobo to mobo... compare SpeedFan's values with what's in your CMOS... your CMOS always tells 'the truth'
Try pulling one side off of your case, and just set up a small desk fan blowing cool air directly into the box.
See if that helps to extend the length of time before the system freezes, and please let us know what you find out.
If that helps, then you'll immediately KNOW that it's a heat related problem, and now it's just a question of 'Which component?', and 'What can we do about it?'.
This is the 'quick & cheap & dirty way' to find out if something is getting too hot.
But it WORKS like a charm!
There are many easy, and inexpensive, ways to cool things down, if that's what's needed, and I believe that it is.
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