Summer has arrived and, with it, the prospect of high temperatures. Not only because of the season, but also because of the heat waves that are hitting the world. In addition to ourselves, electronics suffer a lot from all of this, as they need ventilation and refrigeration to function.
This is especially true for video games. Typically confined to cramped racks or furniture without much air circulation, devices find their fans and cooling systems working extra hard during high temperatures.
What should be done, then, to ensure proper operation in the summer? Is it better to stop gaming during extreme heat waves? And what type of preventative maintenance can be done to ensure proper operation and longer life? These are some questions we asked Fabio Michelin, technical specialist in video games at GamesCare.
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This episode was scripted and presented by Felipe Demartini. The program also featured reports from Gustavo de Lima Inacio, Daniel Trefilio, Guilherme Haas and Fidel Forato. Editing by Samuel Oliveira. The audio review is by Wallace Moté. The soundtrack is created by Guilherme Zomer and the cover of this program is created by Erick Teixeira.