There are many things that could make your computer to overheat, here are a couple of questions
- Poor ventilation - a bad fan, or a defective one. That, plus using the computer at a higher than normal capacity (like for example running a game) - Good computer ventilation, however with the computer placed in a closed space - a P3 could be successfully placed in a closed desk. However, placing a P4 in a similar space will make it to overheat.Also check to see if your machine is extremely dirty, clogged with dust and dirt. If you have any pets watch out for pet hair and dust blocking vents.
It increases the frictional component within the hard drive causing the computer to overheat and not function properly.
Yes, absolutely. Your computer will probably overheat, causing damage to the drives inside of it. Under no circumstances should computers be left out in the sun.
It docent Overheat mine
Could be headgasket
Colmputers components generate a lot of heat (up to 70oC or more). Without adequate air conditioning a computer may overheat - causing it to fail.
Does not have a tendency to overheat, however for best results use in a well ventilated area.
It's theoretical possible, but not likely. But if someone managed to do this, then yes, your computer would overheat.
It can overload overheat and fry the system
No, but faulty water pump or thermostat can.
I wouldn't. You don't want to overheat the computer.
No, the melting temperature of glass is very high. Your computer components themselves, like the motherboard, would overheat and melt long before the glass desk top did.
It has a cooler causing it to never overheat as many have said.
There are a few things that could be causing your 200 BMW 528i to overheat. You may not have the correct mixture of coolant in the vehicle. The problem could also be your thermostat. Have the thermostat checked out to ensure that it is working as it should.
Yes improper air flow will heat up the computer
so it doesnt overheat and d3stroy itself
water pump may be locking up, causing belt to break and vehicle to overheat. have a good mechanic look it over.
A lot of things could be causing that. First did you check your coolant?
Using it to long ya dip!
overuse, not powerful enough fans/cooler ,enviromental
Probably would be in your best interest to check the head gaskets.
Probably putting too much pressure on the bit causing it to overheat.
Yes! if you have a cracked head chances are your oil and coolant are mixing together and coolant and or oil is leaking out causing the vehicle to overheat... if you have a cracked head fix it! do not drive the vehicle
Most likely your computer will overheat and crash.
It is possible if it was putting too much exhaust back into the engine causing it to run lean. I'd check for any computer codes for the EGR valve. They should tell you what is wrong.