My computer is heating and shutting down. Here is my configuration:\n\nI am running an ASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe with a Barton 2800+ and with 1 gig of\nPatriot PC3300 DDR ram, with a GeForce 3 Ti200 128 DDR video card and then 4\nhard drives, a 20 gig IBM 7200rpm IDE HD which has my OS (XP Pro SP1) and\nother related stuff, a Maxtor 120 gig 7200rpm IDE HD which has data and a\nlot of program files, an IBM 40 gig 7200rpm IDE HD which is a back up for\nsome data on the 120 gig HD, and then a Maxtor 250 gig SATA HD at 7200rpm.\nThen for cooling, I have a Volcano 7 fan for my processor, an additional PCI\nfan for the video card not including the one on it, a 120mm fan in the back\nfor exhaust, a 80mm fan at the bottom front of the case, and another 80mm\nfan in the front in front of a stack of 2 of the HD's. A 2 fan configuration\nin front of the HD holding the OS in a 5 1/2" bay, a 80mm fan in the window\non the side of the case. An then finally, my Aspire 500W power supply has 2\n80mm fans as well. I also my round cables for the floppy and the IDE cables\nas well as my other wires and whatnot tied together with zip ties. So all of\nthis and it keeps getting to hot. Seems like it is doing it at about 57\ndegrees Celsius.\n\nI looked at he BIOS and you can not change the default for the safety shut\ndown of which I do not think would be a good idea. What else could I do?\nPlease assist as I have run out of resources other than going liquid cooled\nof which I do not want to do. And remember, it has been unusually hot here\nin the Seattle area and this is just happing when I try to play games like\nFar Cry and Enemy Territory.\n\nSorry for the long post and thanks in advanced for the help.