Hey there fellow tech-enthusiasts
I recently got a good deal on a Thin-Mini-ITX System compromised of:
ECS H61H2-TI with an Pentium G2030,
a 32gb Sunbow M1 SSD (mSATA) and an Intel 2x2 WLAN mini-PCIe Card.
All in a Akasa Galileo Case (thus the heat )
While Thermals look good on the processor side, as I cant find a way to dump the specified TDP of this Pentium into the environment, however I use it.
However I noticed that due to the lack of Airflow (completely passive closed of case), that the H61 Chipset, the SSD and the mini-PCIe Card slowly but surely reach very high temperatures (~80°C; ~75°C; ?°C respectively).
As this System is intended to serve my Parents for a while I wanted to ask you guys how you think these Temperatures impact the lifespan of the PC and whether I should follow through with my Plan of modding the case with 2 slim 50/60mm Fans.
Thanks in advance for your opinions and have a nice day