Regular Cleaning Will Prolong the Life of Your Computer

By removing paper clips, staples, dust, dirt and grime from underneath the key panels and especially from the inside of the CPU fans and components, we have helped extend the life of some equipment as much as two to three times the norm. The result is a reduction in the cost to operate your equipment (including saving electricity) and the cost and need to replace it as often.

Why Clean The Inside Of The CPU Case?

Ask any qualified computer technician. They will tell you that it is critical computers are rid of dust. Although each speck may not amount to much, when dust is left to accumulate, it can wreak havoc on your system. Keeping your CPU, monitor, keyboard and mouse dust-free can go a long way in extending the life of your computer.

Computers have moving parts inside them. There are a minimum of 2 fans inside the case: one that cools the Central Processing Unit (CPU), and the other one inside the power supply. Often there is a third “case” fan to keep the whole system cool.

If the dust builds up on these fans, they may seize and fail to operate – resulting in an overheated system. This can damage your motherboard and ultimately your hard drive… a potential disaster.

Just as regular oil changes and tune-ups will help keep your car in satisfactory working condition, office workstations can benefit from preventive maintenance.

All told, dust can cause the most damage to your computer. Keeping the fan vents free of dust is particularly critical. If the dust builds up, the computer will overheat and damage your hard drive.

Cleaning Insides of CPU Cases

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