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So I think my D-Link DIR-655 is overheating.

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I have to run a desk fan on the router 24/7 or else it will drop the wireless signal. The wired peripherals all keep connection. Does this seem like an overheating issue to you guys and what other options do I have? I am not opposed to a new router if there is a better recommendation out there. Thank you guys.
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1TB RAID 0 (2 x 500GB SATA HDDs) Blu-ray player & Lightscribe SuperMulti DVD burner Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit HP 2709m 27" Widescreen LCD 
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Logitech Ultra Thin Illuminated Corsair HX750 Antec 900 Two Logitech-MX Revolution Wireless Laser Mouse 
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Put some little heatsinks on the router chips. Or try reducing the mW of power sent to the wireless if you have Tomato or DD-WRT firmware.
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