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Scourge of the Seven Seas
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When a computer overheats it crashes or worse :eyes:. A little too hot may not affect it much, but remember, it's still a physical object, and it wears. Heat :eek: degrades it just a little or a lot more, depending. Just build your computer in a fridge like some guy from Canada did (article in July or August Maximum PC). :D

BTW, 50C is 122F for us Americans ;) .
 

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Scourge of the Seven Seas
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I suggest puttin' another system fan in an open card slot. Keep your other cards cool ;) . If you're really scared, you can also put another fan in an open 5.25" slot (CD-ROM), but it soon gets noisy. But no need to worry too much. In a year or so, you wont even wanna be usin' that computer. :D

andré: Holy cow!! :eek: It only goes 110 max here in LA! I salute your bravery or deride your stupidity ;):D:p.
 
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