A computer is a complex hardware and software system that, like any other technology, is subject to breakage.
Especially negative factor is the high temperature, it creates conditions for overheating.
Every single component has a computerits threshold of sensitivity to overheating and operating temperature range. However, given that the computer is a system failure of even a single component of it can lead to total failure.
To avoid this, at its operation need to pay attention to some aspects.
location. Try to have the system unit in a wellventilated place. Air intakes on it should have enough space to ensure a flow of fresh air. To do this, place it close to the wall or partition a room or near a heater (heaters).
Dust. If it is not cleaned and dust in the roomnot periodically cleaned of its innards of the system unit, it will gradually accumulate on the surface of the installed chipset, drives and penetrate into all its corners. Dust has low thermal conductivity, thereby preventing heat radiation and cooling. Maintain the cleanliness of the room. Regularly open the system cover to clear it of accumulated dust. Making it convenient bottle of compressed air or a vacuum cleaner in the "blow-out".
Cooling. Buying a computer assembly or collecting ityourself, remember that for effective heat dissipation in the system unit must be built efficient cooling system components. Most of them becomes hot - central and graphics processors - need to have massive radiators (preferably copper). When using air-cooled look at the system unit structure, the presence of a sufficient number of fasteners for installation of fans organized scheme airflows. It is recommended to use a fan with a diameter of 120 mm, providing greater airflow and produce less noise.
Control. It is recommended to periodically checkthe temperature of the main components of the system unit so that it does not exceed the critical values. Assembling and setting up a new computer, be sure to take under control the most heat-generating parts. Use the special tool to view the current temperature values and indications of overheating prerequisites. For example, AIDA32, HWInfo, HDTune, and other programs distributed free of charge.