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Horizontal mount

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HP Pavilion Gaming - TG01-0064ns
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Can the HP Pavilion Gaming - TG01-0064ns be mounted horizontally?

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Hello
no it's not designed for, you probably noticed that there are feet underneath!
If you place it horizontally there are no feet, you risk blocking the vents if there are any on the side.
And you will have vibration problems because poorly positioned without feet


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Thanks for your reply and I understand the feet issue but I have a pc without a hdd and dvd so I am not concerned about vibration. There are no vents on the side that I would use but I am concerned about heat. I think I will have to try it and monitor the heat.

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Yes, but you normally have fans, they can also vibrate the computer.
But to see you, you can try if it will not be enough to replace it normally


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