- Published in issue 7/1994 on page 54
PC over-temperature alarm
Any PC, however old, is too valuable to break down as a result of inadequate cooling, usually caused by fan failure. The alarm causes a buzzer to sound when the temperature Inside the PC reaches a predefined level. Obviously, this early warning should prompt you to switch off and take a very serious look at the cooling of the PC if you do not want it to be turned into a lot of silicon junk, You may have fitted too many Insertion cards. or the fan has failed. In any case, the cast of the present circuit is always lower than that of a new motherboard or apower supply.