During the initial release of computers to the public market, most engineers and system designers have taken into consideration about the computer temperature as there will be heat discharged by the computer’s components. They also tried to ensure that the case and cooling designs could cope with the reasonable amount of heat to prevent system damage or instability issues. Back then, the computers could not be easily modified or customized, and were not that configurable, except for memory limits and the number of floppy device storage. Peripherals were primarily on the exterior hence not much heating problems to the main system. Inner peripherals also generate low power and low bandwidth technologies. These features were sufficiently …