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Old Dec 02, 2002, 11:32 PM
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why does my computer fan always blow out hot air?

i have two computers, one is the old IBM one, which always blow out cool air from the fan on the back.....

and the new one which i just got for like a month is an HP 513N, which always blow out hot air from the back?

anyways, my new hp computer only have two fan, one is the power supply fan which is always blowing out hot air, and one is a cpu fan which take in cold air and blow it directly to my cpu with cool air.......

would it damage my system if the power supply fan is always hot???
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Old Dec 03, 2002, 12:39 AM
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No, it won't damage the system. The fan is doing it's job if the air is warm.
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