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Destop Ambient Temperature Range

Hello Fixya, I live in Tropical North Queensland Australia were the weather
is Sultry, Fine/Storm 70% Humidity & Tempertures 30-35oC.
I can't seem to get any Info on the Packard Bell iMedia F225 Desktop Computer. Specifications such as the Working Ambient Temperature Range of the Computer. I'm worried of the Computer overheating. The Typical temperture in my Unit in Summer is 30oC 70% Humidity. I will be getting a bigger AirCon to cope with this situation.
Can Fixya help me.
Regards...Richard71. Email:

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Re: Destop Ambient Temperature Range

Three things you need to remember. 1 your power supply has a fan and as long as it works and stays clean you should be ok for normal operating there. 2. you need to have as big a case fan as you can fit into the computer and use two if possible, 3.never leave it running when you are done this will definately burn up a power supply and over heat processors.

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