Question about HP Compaq dc7100 Ultra-slim PC Desktop
Place the fan in the most conveniant place to cool down what ever it is you want to cool ie the case
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
Should have 1 fan on the processor blowing down through your heat sink, have another fan takin air out of ur box .many people make the mistake of making all fans blow in.this disrupts airflow. At least 1 fan must exstract to get good air flow . make shure that the heat sink on your proccessor is thightly seated (no Movement) make shure its not filled with dust stopping airflow to the proccessor. look on your Bios for hardware monitoring , cpu heat should be at 40 to low 50 if it works hard. 60 is overheating and the computer will shutdown to protect the cpu from frying .but the dont allways save the proccessor. this is in degrees celcius. Get back to me on any qeurries
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
Some times SMPS get more heat.... So replace any spare smps...
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
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