How serious is the dust threat to PC?

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Everyone has dust at home and that's a fact. Moreover, the most traditional dust collectors are your personal computers.

Everyone has dust at home and that's a fact. Moreover, the most traditional dust collectors are your personal computers (I will devote a separate article to laptops). Most of us do not look into the system unit and do not perform computer maintenance - but in vain!

After all, half of the problems associated with increased noise, alternating freezes and widespread "blue screens of death" are primarily associated with a deterioration in the state of the computer's cooling system, if everything worked fine before, but now, after turning on your favorite game, everything hangs for you - perhaps the dust has already begun to kill your computer.

What to do?
To get started, turn off the surge protector or simply unplug the computer from the outlet after shutting down the system in the start menu. After all, just remove the cover and see - you can and even need to, I will tell you right away that if you look from the front side, then we need the left case cover, often it is fastened with just two bolts.

So, what we see inside - a large layer of dust on the radiator catches our eyes, the fan of which looks directly at us, we take any handy brush, cotton swab, at worst just a match or toothpick, do not take anything iron, this is simply wrong. Gently pry off pieces of dust that have strayed into a dense layer and remove them, no vacuum cleaners!

Since not all vacuum cleaners have a tube material that cannot be charged by static electricity, a small click of static can damage the board. Therefore, the dust in the workshops is blown out with a compressor, it is advisable for us to turn to the beautiful half of humanity and ask them for an old powder brush - this is an ideal option, coupled with your lungs. We clean and sweep everything that we see alternately blowing sharply there with our mouth, note that droplets of saliva (the overwhelming majority will have them) falling on the board must be wiped off with a cotton swab.

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