Question about Computers & Internet
The fan will spin at a higher and louder rate when it is trying to cool down the processor inside. Be sure when using it to keep the airflow vents unblocked so enough air can circulate freely both in and out.
Depending on your environment, there could also be dust inside that is acting as an insulator and helping to keep the heat trapped. Use a can of compressed air to get as much out as you can. Do you have a computer whiz you can trust to take it apart and blow it out if you want a more thorough job?
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Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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