The most important element of a computer system is the pcdesigner. It is the core that makes the system work and one thing that can affect it heat. How does this happen?
When your system is overworked, the process can heat up, causing the system to stop functioning normally and even come to a halt. It is vital to monitor CPU temperature so that it is always on the safe side, allowing you to continue with work normally.
You can find the CPU Temperature by accessing the system BIOS. When you turn on the system, a few seconds later, you can see a display of all system parts. At this point, you need to press “Delete” or “F1”. This will take you into the system BIOS. Select System Monitor from the BIOS menu and go to fan control. You can see a list of temperatures on the left area of the screen. The CPU temperature will be shown right on top here. Ideally, it should be something between 30 to 60 degrees Celsius. Anything above this range is harmful for processor functioning.
One way of lowering temperature is by preventing unnecessary programs from loading during system boot up. Such programs can launch automatically and take up system power. Type ‘Run’ from ‘Start and then type msconfig. Press Enter and proceed to uncheck all such programs.
Another way to keep the CPU temperature under control is by using a heat sink. Heat sinks have heat conducting material that pulls heat away from the processor. Install them according to manufacturer specifications and while ding this ensure that there is a even contact with the CPU surface. After installing heat sinks, it is necessary to check it from time to time so that you can prevent dust from accumulating as this can cause heat to retain. After opening the CPU case and locating the heat sink, use a can of air spray to remove dust by spraying between the heat sinks fins and also its fan blades.