Blackout cause damage to CPU

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This post is a friendly advice to all computer users. Blackout causes damage in CPU. Recently, my classmate have just repaired his computer because the CPU had been damaged due to the sudden blackout that was continuously experienced without prior notice. The technician said that the cause for the CPU's damage is the blackout. So be advised to get notified if there's a blackout in your place. Always shut down you computer in a proper way.  Make sure that the exhaust fan is tightly locked up to the CPU and don't forget to plug-off the wire after using the computer.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #111285

Blackout cause damage to CPU

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Hi Collins,

Thanks for your suggestion about  this topic.  As this may help many people in  blackout matters. I also want add and share some matters regarding this.

Many people can see it as a screen saver. But there are some other possibilities:

  • For laptop users, the laptop can go into hibernate while working.
  • When the computer crashes, you may face this problem.
  • Antivirus or unexpected power off can also cause this.
  • If the video driver is not properly installed or used, it happens.

So, please be careful of the points mentioned above.

Thank you

Answered By 0 points N/A #111286

Blackout cause damage to CPU

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Hi Collins,

  • Your are absolutely right about electricity failure issues related to CPU damaging. But can be prevented by using good quality power supply and using UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply) devices. Mostly I have seen network cards, VGA, sound cards getting spoiled from electrical failures.
  • Even in my case my monitor IC got damaged and can’t work properly due to power failure. So the best option is to use some good quality UPS, so that you get enough time to save your tasks and shutdown your computer properly.

That’s a very good advice.

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