Heating the computer while all fans on

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I have a computer with a speed 9.8GHz processor All the cooling fans are working, but computer get heated hard .why?Need your help before my computer get lost.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #116746

Heating the computer while all fans on

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Dear Gusha,

These types of problems are found in most of the new computers and it is because there is a lack of care from the users. I am not saying that you don’t care your computer but here the care means that some of the machines also requires little bit open place and most of the computer trolleys are made in a way that there is no any opening for the fans to exhaust the hot air so that’s why that air is not going away and it is there for long time as much as your computer is on.

So my suggestion for you is that you can give a place to your computer where the power supply fans are fixed. It shouldn’t be touched with the wall. Another solution is that may be there is a problem with your fan devices so does check those as well. Some times also fans create a problem and never give that temperature to your board which is required and as a result the board becomes hot.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #116747

Heating the computer while all fans on

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Hello sir

Heating of PC even if all fans are working maybe caused by this things

*Too many processes – If your PC is running too many processes yes it would really heat up try ending unneeded processes in the task manager just be careful not to end Explorer.exe

*wrongly placed hardware – sometimes if wrongly placed it would definitely heat up, turn off your PC and check all of your hardware's positions and tighten screws, also check your fans if they are really working 

*Virus – run a full system scan and check if any little buggers are nesting in your PC viruses these days can really do damage to your PC

other than these try changing your fans it may not be functioning fully

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