|02 Dec 2012||#1|
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Overheated cabinet, thinking of using my stand fan... crazy idea?
I have a core 2 duo quadcore Intel CPU with 3ghz, a nvidia 1gb gpu with heatsink only..
I have only one processor fan installed, for months i faced overheating issue and decided to keep the chassis left open, for a month it was good now due to dust build up i believe the system is overheating immensely..
I have a big standfan with diameter larger then the cabinet which is not in use anymore...
if i place it in front of the motherboard would it cool the whole thing?
the fan has tremendous speed so i have to place it to appropriate distance so it does not harm the hardware.
What do you think?
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