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Syetem get heat up

My system get heats up and i have been noticing that my system slow down during that priod

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Re: Syetem get heat up

Please dirll some hold into your system for air ventilation

if the system is in a conjusted place put it in an open place

if still it heats up please insert a external fan... which could be connected to the mother board (refer to manual).. this is because you are living in a warm country

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