The Classic edit (2013): Machines also have a fever

Above-normal temperatures often indicate that something is wrong, whether it’s people or machines.

In both cases, the fever is overloaded, while in humans the fever shows the body’s fight against the disease and can give hope for recovery, the “fever” of the machines is not as hopeful. Overheating means a serious “illness” for the machine in the near future. As a precautionary check, overheating is a sufficient indicator that something is wrong with the machine and that something needs to be done. Of course, many of the above are known, but…

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