Going back to your system you could fit additional redundant fans. The
failure of a processor fan is in my opinion unlikely to be a fire hazard
although running the chip at an elevated temperature could shorten its life.
If your system has a chip temperature sensor, then monitor use that. If your
environment is dusty I would be more concerned about the power supply fan as
the mains voltages in there can cause arcing and therefore the dust could
When you posted your initial message I thought you were thinking of software.
Windows products are I believe full of bugs basically because the source is
not available for scrutiny.
Andrew Smith in Edinburgh, Scotland
On Fri, 3 Aug 2001, szonyi calin wrote:
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