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Old 11-01-02, 03:39 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Dell case


right, my mum has a dell optiplex and its always crashing.... because its overheating.
this is the case here
its not the celeron its a PIII800
do you think there is any chance of putting in some extra fans anywhere or doing something to help keep it cool?

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I can't honestly say, if you could find a picture of the inside of the case that would be a great help.
Otherwise I can't really help you unless you can describe what space there is.

Let me know,
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