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Cpu Overheating While Gaming

    ✅ Fact Checked
    Updated on October 6, 2022
    John Chad, Bachelor Computer Science Degree & Computer Engineering.
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    John Chad, Bachelor Degree in Computer Science & Computer Engineering.
    Russel Collins
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    Russel Collins
    John is a certified IT & Computer Engineer with a Bachelors Degree. He has worked for a International Insurance Company in the IT department before deciding to become a full time blogger to help his readers. Holds a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science from Stanford University.

    Does it get loud and hot when you play games on your computer? This will definitely take away from the game experience! If the fans aren’t operating properly, the temperature can rise and cause potential damage to your PC. Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can cool down your computer while gaming. If your computer is in a cabinet, be sure to open the door throughout the day. If not, you run the risk of damaging your PC. The easiest thing to do is to have more breathing space, particularly in the back of your computer.

    Cpu Overheating While Gaming

    Computer overheating is usually triggered by several causes. Dust, if allowed to build up over time, can bind the fans and cause the CPU or GPU to overheat. Fans can go into overdrive at any time, and if this happens too often, the fans will stop functioning.

    How Do I Stop My Cpu From Overheating?

    – Keep your system away from vents and windows.
    – Give your system some breathing space.
    – Close your application’s case.
    – Clean your fans.
    – Upgrade your CPU.
    – Add a case fan.
    – Add a memory cooling fan.
    – Check your system’s power supply fan.

    A PC’s power supply has a built-in fan, and if you don’t have a case fan, the power supply fan is the only thing blowing hot air out of your system. If your device is not operating properly, it will heat up quickly. If your power supply fan isn’t working, replace it as soon as possible.

    Get a water cooling kit. For gaming systems with high-end CPUs and overclocked parts, the fastest enthusiasts are often unable to cope with the increased temperatures. Many gamers opt for water cooling kits to cool the CPU in order to solve this issue. A pump cycles cold water down to the CPU in self-contained tubes, then pumps the water out of the tank and returns to the CPU for additional cooling.