“Due to probably some wear, some dust and my inability to mess around carefully the PC was annoyingly loud. It was the fan on the CPU and the fan on the graphics card. It was not the one at the back – I know this because in the end I cut the wires to it. I really don’t like computers that make noise. And I really didn’t want to risk doing anything myself. I didn’t trust PC World at all (who does?) so I hunted around and AnyPcFixed popped up on a search.
Nimesh uses a helpdesk system which is neat so the whole conversation is there. I listed the problem and the components. He replied, told me what was what, assured me on the cost. Took no money – despite my offering – and ordered the parts. A few days later the bits were there so after a call we headed over.
When there I told him about the noise again, a hum, the way it was odd when it booted and then left it with him. The next day it was fixed and ready. He had fixed the BIOS (my fault it went wrong), fitted the new rear system fan, the graphics card cooler and the Arctic Cooling Freezer 64 on top of the main CPU, and made sure that the system’s temperatures were all satisfactory. All sorted. It’s been perfect since. No noise, boots properly, USB stuff works properly (he fixed that too).
There are some people who you come into contact with that you are very happy to deal with again – and Nimesh is just that. When the other machines need some attention it’s him I’ll be calling.”