No. This will probably block your computer’s intake, exhaust, or both (particularly the intake FAN at the bottom of the PSU).
In this post, we’ll talk about whether or not a computer tower can be set up on carpet. Even though it’s called a “desktop” computer, it doesn’t have to be put on a desk. Are you going to put your computer tower on your carpeted floor? If your computer tower takes up too much space on your desk, you may have had this idea. Even if it fits perfectly, is it safe to put a computer tower on the carpet? In this post, the answer will be given.
In general, not very good. Ventilation is needed to keep things from getting too hot and clogging up with dust. However, I don’t think it poses any kind of fire risk, so it’s probably safe (also, if your machine begins to get clogged with dust you can always open it up and dust it out).
In any case, you might have to clean it more often, and if it’s a thick carpet, it might get wobbly. But it is very safe to use your computer on the carpet.
I have a Phanteks P400 case with little stands on the bottom and a fan with a dust filter. Should I put anything under it or just leave it on the carpet? Case Link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MY0C9D6/?tag=pcpapi-20
I really hope that this doesn’t sound stupid. But I know that putting a computer on carpet is a bad idea because of static electricity. But once I make it, is it okay to put it on a carpeted floor?
Of course, if you have a short carpet on your floor and enough airflow under it, the PC might be able to sit there. Also, this doesn’t matter if you don’t have any carpet. Your computer will be just as comfortable on the floor as it is at a desk.
You might not want to put your computer on the carpet. Even though your carpet may be the most comfortable place to put your computer, it is not the safest.
In general, it’s not a good idea to put PCs or laptops on carpeted floors. The carpet might give off static electricity, which could damage the PCs’ hardware. Also, putting your PCs on carpets makes it more likely that dust will build up and that electrical and physical pressures will damage the parts.