Wednesday, February 25, 2009
HealthCare of the life of your precious personal computer
HealthCare of the life of your precious personal computerMost of the time we spent with time. It has become part and parcel of our life. Do we care about our computer and its health? Generally desktop PCs and Notebook PCs generate heat that can be harmful due to power consumption of internal components like processors and video cards. This may reduce the performance (e.g. slowing processing) of PCs. Sometimes the PC fails to function. We should take adequate care in cooling PCs. Normally Cooling fans with heat sinks (long fins) are provided along with processors, RAMs & so on. The cooling system should be perfectly maintained in order to avoid overheating and possible damage. I would like to share some of the tips on free airflow inside the Personal computers
Keep Cables Neat - the cables inside your computer can become a block to proper airflow, so be sure they are organized so that they do not restrict airflow.Thermograph of Processor board inside PCDust - accumulating dust inside your PC can be deadly. It acts to insulate the devices it covers, keeping heat in, plus dust clogged fans and vents restrict the amount of airflow possible. Keep your PC blown out and dusted regularly.
Fans - periodically check your PC's fans to make sure they are working effectively. Fans can fail, resulting in significant reductions in airflow - in some systems a single fan failure can be enough to damage your PC.Air Circulation & Perfect Cooling system in PCCovers On Tight - your PC's chassis was designed for proper internal airflow across the various components. However, if your PC's enclosure is open, this then dramatically changes the cooling dynamic. It can reduce or eliminate cooling of some components altogether, so make sure the case's cover in on tight.