How is the cooling system of your computer?

1. Check your CPU temperature. Make sure that it is not overheating by using a third-party monitoring program such as Core Temp or SpeedFan.

2. Clean out any dust buildup in the computer case, taking special care to remove any blockages from the fans and heatsinks.

3. Replace any damaged or worn-out cooling components such as fans and heatsinks.

4. Increase the number of fans or upgrade to high-quality cooler fans if your setup requires more cooling power.

5. Adjust the fan speed settings in the motherboard’s BIOS to the highest setting possible while maintaining stability.

6. Consider liquid cooling if your system still requires more cooling.

7. Ensure adequate airflow to your system by properly installing all fans and ensuring they are working correctly.

8. Keep the area around your computer clean and free of obstructions.