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Pentium 2? the minimum required for xp is around 233mhz. I would recommend atleast 500 mhz for faster useage. and more than 128mb ram.

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Processor fans are setup to nearly always blow air inward onto the heat sink that sits on top of the processor. The heat sink pulls heat off of the processor and the processor fan blows air onto the heat sink to cool the heat sink so that it can pull more heat off the processor. However, read the following link to see that it probably doesn't matter that much which way you put it: http://www.overclock.net/faqs/14695-opinion-****-vs-blow-way-do.html

I would definitely set it up with the processor fan blowing inward onto the CPU. If you're experiencing overheating you can try switching it to see if that helps. Use a program such as SpeedFan to monitor your computer's temperatures.

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