Hi gang... Yesterday, my computer's cooling fan started kicking into high ever few minutes or so. This is the cooling fan on the bottom of the tower, not the intake fan over the power supply It did this without any warning or symptoms... Is this an internal settings thing, or is this indicative of another part of the cooling system not functioning properly and the cooling fan is kicking into high gear to compensate? Is there a place I can go to check my PC's temperature so I can see if I could maybe burn this thing up eventually? (2013 )HP PC model 200-214 3.6 ghz cpu quad core 8 gig ram Western Digital HDD Windows 10 I believe that the bios is up to date, after checking with HP's site and typing in my PC's model number, no bios updates were listed for this particular machine. I've had no other apparent problems with this PC. Everything is running normally, no hiccups, no crashes, no blue screens of death, no razor-teethed monkeys flying out to bite my testicles.... Like I said, this is a brand new problem... it's never happened before. Normally, the fan in this thing is whisper-quiet... quiet enough to record vocal tracks within 4' of the tower... Suggestions?