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COMPUTER OVERHEATING

TOO HOT, NOISY, CONSTANTLY SHUTTING DOWN!

IS YOUR COMPUTER OVERHEATING?

It is a very common issue for a computer’s fan to be blocked or damaged leading to numerous problems from blue screen errors, to random shutdowns and data loss. If your computer is frequently overheating or the fan is making irregular noises or screeching sounds, contact us

YOUR REPAIR OPTIONS

COMPUTER OVERHEATING SERVICE FROM £40.00*

BRING-IN  - £40.00*

Bring your computer in and we will carry out the service and then contact you when it’s ready for collection.

PICK-UP - £55.00*

We will collect your computer, carry out the service and then contact you when it’s ready to be returned.

ON-SITE

Sorry but this service is not available on-site, please choose from either our bring-in or pick-up services instead.

WE FIX OVERHEATING COMPUTERS! 

Faulty fans, build-up of dust on fans or heatsinks and thermal compound breakdown can all cause a computer to overheat. This problem needs to be fixed quickly before your computer becomes permanently damaged. This repair will also prevent your computer from randomly shutting down and causing you to lose data. We will strip down the computer, clean the fans and heatsink or replace any necessary parts, to ensure your computer is able to run at a normal temperature and prevent further damage.

SERVICE BREAKDOWN

COMPLETE COMPUTER OVERHEATING REPAIR

Problem diagnosis

Processor and graphic card fan cleaned/replaced

Apply thermal compound

Functionality test

 

 

 

LET'S COOL DOWN YOUR COMPUTER!

QUESTIONS?

The most common symptoms of an overheating computer are that the computer turns on and starts freezing, constantly shuts down or the fan is constantly running and making loud noises.

Yes, you can monitor your computer’s temperature in a variety of different ways. We recommend Core Temp for checking the processor temperature, you can also use more advanced tools like HWMonitor which will also check the temperature of your graphics card and other components. In general you should consider 60 degrees Celcius (140 Fahrenheit) the absolute maximum for long periods, but aim for 45-50 (113-122 Fahrenheit) degrees to be safe.

Yes, but we've made it as easy as possible, give us a call on 01491 825449 or you can use our online booking system and book the service in three simple steps.