I know I'm going to receive a few responses such as "Upgrade the system" but unfortunately due to college and university, I can't really afford to change the system just yet.
I settled for a cheap Optiplex 745 sff desktop from Dell. The main problem is the cooling, there isn't any.
The only real cooling is the heat sink which distributes lots of hot air all around the system and as the chasis is tiny which means, all of the components end up overheating. I wanted to know what could I do to cool the system enough for another few months until I can afford a new desktop build for university.
Someone on another website suggested this but I'm not quite sure what he meant. "Here's an idea... if you have a dremel, you could saw out a couple of 80mm holes to mount some external fans to blow into the system. Also, you could reverse the intake fan behind the CPU heatsink to suck out the front. That'll definitely help.
Could anyone give me some useful advice, tips to cool my computer down or things I can buy and install to help cool it down.