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Thread: Pc Move = Higher Temps?

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    Hey Fellas,

    I recently moved my PC a mere five to its current resting position. However, I placed it under a desk. Could this be attributing to the higher temps I am seeing? Keep in mind the intake fans are located in the front. I was thinking that maybe air was not able to flow as well out the back so in return is causing less air to be pulled in.

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    a mere five what????

    what is the desk like? closed at the back???

    btw, you dont want your PC on the floor....... sucks way more dust in......
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    My bad, a mere five feet...Yes it is closed at the back. I need to find a table to put it on.

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    Just make sure your PC is not resting on the floor and that it is a good distance away form the wall as well so that your exhaust fans have room to blow the hot air somewhere.
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