LCD Monitor rather warm Tags: Flat Panel Monitors Lcd Monitor Monitors Alienware Peripherals Last response: June 11, 2010 5:06 PM in Computer Peripherals Share anatorax June 10, 2010 12:04:59 PM Hi, guys! I noticed that the top of my 2-month old Alienware LCD monitor is getting rather warm. There are little holes all over the top, so I guess that is where the hot air comes out. I use the monitor heavily almost every day. Is it anything I should worry about? Thanks! More about : lcd monitor warm | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove mibix19 June 10, 2010 7:02:59 PM I dont think you should worry. Check how much heat comes from your T.V. especially if it is a Plasma screen | Report abuse anatorax June 10, 2010 9:30:48 PM hmm... I wish I had a Plasma... I wish I had a TV... | Report abuse mibix19 June 11, 2010 5:06:45 PM If you live in the uk try this link for watching television on your computer for free http://www.tvguide.co.uk/ Just click the watch tab and choose what you want to watch | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Computer Peripherals>LCD Monitor rather warm> Related ressources: ForumLCD Monitor Questions ForumHomemade Arduino scanning LED backlight to emulate 960Hz in 120Hz LCD ! ForumConfused about Vsync on LCD Monitors ForumFirst Build, Rather Lost... ForumRunning a bit warm ForumSlimline Acer Aspire pc HDD running warm PLEASE RESPOND ForumBest LCD for gaming / eye strain ForumNVidia Galaxy GTX 570 HDMI to Samsung 320MP-3 32in LCD Monitor ForumWarming up necessary for LCD ?? Forum24" LCD Review ** Final Update ** ForumCan i use dvi rather than vga? ForumOfficial Flat Panel Monitor Reviews Thread ForumWhat is the Best LCD for Gaming ForumLCD vs CRT ForumHow to make a tablet LCD be recognizeable as a touchscreen monitor ? ForumPrognosis, please, on ailing Microtek 18" LCD monitor ForumBest GPU for 19" LCD Monitor ForumLCD Monitor cause BSOD error involving nvidia driver...? ForumSamsung 27 inch monitor (S27B970D) ForumPlease recommend high-quality monitor(s). More resources Read discussions in other Computer Peripherals categories Printers CRT Monitors Flat Panel Monitors Digital Cameras Webcams Scanners Logitech !