Top of Cintiq screen uncomfortably hot, fan speed control issue?
I've owned this Cintiq for about 5 years and recently I've noticed that it's getting uncomfortably warm to draw on. I try to typically run it at 55-75% brightness, contrast, backlight so it's not burning my eyes at full power unless I need to color check.
The fans in the monitor appear to work. They go full blast for a second during power on and then go to a low speed. I could only tell this because I tried air dusting it while it was on and off and heard the fans resist the air blasts. I got the dust out, but the fans don't ever seem to speed up even after long (2-3+ hrs) use. Wacom wouldn't tell me how they control fan speed apart from "an internal component" so I'm reaching out for any tips/info here.
Power cycled, factory reset, unplugged and held power button to discharge static, only thing that's helped has been keeping it at the minimum usable brightness and it's still running warm. So what should I do? Consider strapping on more fans with zip ties?
Is this a good question?