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HP ENVY Desktop TE01-2275xt
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

How many case fans does the HP ENVY Desktop TE01-2275xt have and what kind of CPU cooling does it have? Also will it overheat if I game on it at 1080p resolution at 75 frames per second?

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@hh321 , welcome to the Community.

 

Since the information that you want is not furnished by HP, I will give you my best answer to your questions.  I believe that there is most likely only one case fan.  The CPU will be cooled by air.  There are many different circumstances that determine if a computer will overheat while gaming, ambient temperature of the room being the most crucial.  I don't believe that you would have any problems with heating playing games at that resolution.

 

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