Overheating in Lenovo® ThinkCentre M90z Multi Touch All-In-One.
What are the common reasons for overheating in Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z Multi Touch All-In-One?
Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z Multi Touch All-In-One system runs with Intel Core i5-650 processor which has high processing speed. It has a laptop-sized RAM chip. It supports minimum of 2 GB RAM and maximum of 4GB storage capacity. 320 GB hard disk capacity and RAM provides total storage capacity. It's hard drive can provide maximum of 640 GB storage capacity. Microsoft Windows 7 is the Operating system that comes pre-installed with Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z Multi Touch All-In-One system. By touching the system’s processor you can identify whether the temperature level is normal or not. Overheating would result in sudden shut down of your system. Sometimes it even results in hard drive damage. Over charging of the battery will also cause overheating. You need to allow your system to cool after running for a long period.
Some of the possible reasons for the overheating of your Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z Multi Touch All-In-One computer are:
- Over clocking
- Location of the system
- Presence of dust
Over clocking means when you make you system much faster than its original specifications. Here the amount of work of the processor is increased per second. In order to prevent the overheating due to over clocking you need to run your system in normal specifications.
Location of the system
Many systems overheat due to location. Your system should be kept in a cool place with plenty of ventilation, so that the system fan can continuously suck in cool air. Also this helps the system to push warm air to the surrounding areas more conveniently. Thereby the temperature level in the system would decrease. If your system fan is not working well then you need to replace it, and also make sure that you provide proper ventilation for your system.
Dust blocks the fan's rotation, thereby increasing the temperature level in your system. So you need to keep your system fan always free from dust. In order to make your system fan free from dust you need to clean the system fan leaf regularly.