Ballistix fan lets you play it cool
The Memory Experts at Crucial demonstrate how "dead air" can damage your system
Do you want to boost your system's efficiency and help expand its lifespan? Keep it cool, say the experts in the Crucial Performance Lab.
The Crucial pros took it upon themselves to demonstrate the effects of air flow in a computer case. To see how "dead air" builds up – watch our video.
Poor air flow can spell trouble. Even under normal use, heat builds up in a computer. By adding powerful components or overclocking the memory, there's even more heat to contend with, which can eventually damage components. Strategically adding fans can dissipate that unwanted heat and ward off disaster.
That's why the experts at Crucial recommend investigating the airflow in your system to determine if your air flow is sufficient. If you find that your system is experiencing heat build-up, check out the Ballistix Active Cooling Fan.