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HOW DOES TEMPERATURE AFFECT COMPUTERS

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January 11, 2010 11:51:50 AM

HELP. EVERY MORNING IT TAKES FOREVER TO GO FROM MY CHAIN LOCATION TO MY MAIN BRANCH WHICH IS NECESSARY FOR THE RECIEPTS TO PRINT. SHOULD I LEAVE THE HEAT ON AT NIGHT?
CARL
January 18, 2010 10:43:24 AM

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Ask the same question without capitols as I do not appreciate being shouted at and then I might answer your question.

EXCUSE ME! This is supposed to be a HELPFUL site! You should get over yourself or Tom's should do some screening of the ones that sign up for HELPING others. Who do you think?
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a c 80 à CPUs
January 18, 2010 11:34:11 AM

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I help people that do not shout at me, constant capitol is regarded as shouting.

In real life would you help someone that was shouting in your face? I wouldn’t.


Did it ever occur to you he may have meant no offence at all, if you're not going to help him find another thread!
a c 80 à CPUs
January 18, 2010 11:46:56 AM

sullydog said:
HELP. EVERY MORNING IT TAKES FOREVER TO GO FROM MY CHAIN LOCATION TO MY MAIN BRANCH WHICH IS NECESSARY FOR THE RECIEPTS TO PRINT. SHOULD I LEAVE THE HEAT ON AT NIGHT?
CARL


Carl, obviously if its a business computer, they aren't really designed for super cooling, because they don't run super hot however dust collecting inside can have some direct results on accumulated heat so getting some compressed canned air, taking it outside, removing the cover and carefully blowing the accumulated dust out will help.

If you don't feel comfortable doing that yourself, ask a tech to inspect the machine for you and see if you have a dust buildup problem, because you'll have to shut your system down to do it, and you probably have an auto backup system.

You could lower the building heat to maybe 60F or so at night, but the lower you take it the costlier it will be to raise it back for employee work comfort level, but if you have a restroom in the building do not turn off the heat period, especially if you're in freezing temperatures at night.
January 18, 2010 12:55:21 PM

4Ryan6 said:
Carl, obviously if its a business computer, they aren't really designed for super cooling, because they don't run super hot however dust collecting inside can have some direct results on accumulated heat so getting some compressed canned air, taking it outside, removing the cover and carefully blowing the accumulated dust out will help.

If you don't feel comfortable doing that yourself, ask a tech to inspect the machine for you and see if you have a dust buildup problem, because you'll have to shut your system down to do it, and you probably have an auto backup system.

You could lower the building heat to maybe 60F or so at night, but the lower you take it the costlier it will be to raise it back for employee work comfort level, but if you have a restroom in the building do not turn off the heat period, especially if you're in freezing temperatures at night.



4ryan6,
Thanks you've been most helpful
January 28, 2010 10:45:04 AM

sullydog said:
HELP. EVERY MORNING IT TAKES FOREVER TO GO FROM MY CHAIN LOCATION TO MY MAIN BRANCH WHICH IS NECESSARY FOR THE RECIEPTS TO PRINT. SHOULD I LEAVE THE HEAT ON AT NIGHT?
CARL

I'm totally unsatisfied with my first responder who thought I was yelling at him due to my use of CAPITALS.
So please do not email me any more. If you want to see our exchanges I'm sure you can review my file.
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