My computer D530 SFF is not Ultra-Slim ,
But probably has same problem with ultra slim desktop PC power supply. Power supply still working , but I'm worry
about possible overheat problem. Looks like a bad design. Connected to the power supply 12V fan working with around 20% of necessary duty , air flow is very slow. Applyed voltage to the fan around 4.5V instead 12V.
My question : D.C. voltage for the fan regulated automaticly by computer or not? Thank you
Dear MUKHTAR. Thank you very much for trying help. Problem is construction. To disconnect existing fan I must remove power supply, because wires for fan coming from inside of it. How to raise voltage for exist. fan - I don't know . That is should better solution .
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You can install up to a max 2 GB RAM and can add a 2nd hard disk
See the following Specs for your computer.
HP Compaq Business d530 Ultra-Slim (Pentium 4 2.8GHz, 256MB RAM, 40GB HDD, XP Pro)
there are 4 screws on the back of your computer that will release the powersupply at that point you should be able to just slide it out keep mind were you unplug things Company site http://www.attechcomputers.co.cc
it sounds like you may have overloaded the PSU, best thing to try would be to take out the dvd burner and and try booting again, if this doesn;t have any affect it may mean you need a new psu (power supply).
Desktop Casings are lower enough that can't be closed when inserting Cards like your Graphics card. Change your desktop casing to Tower Casing so you can freely install your Graphics card to the graphics card of your motherboard.