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    Default Laptop overheating


    I have a concern. I get a laptop msislim X410. He is super nice but but but really hot.

    I did atest on HV Monitor and saw the temperature measurements.

    Motherboard: 92C
    Proc: 72C
    HD1: 27C

    Its mean?I have to do what?

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    Hi everyone, I am new in this forum.

    What type of processor inside? And graphics card? Some MSI model known for its very hot.

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    Hello everyone. I detterre this topic to give it that new. So I opened the laptop, and with an air bottle. Then I bought some thermal paste and I added to the process.

    Now I give you the results at rest:

    Motherboard: 47C
    Proc: 32C
    HD0: 32C

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    The most important is the CPU temperature of the hard disk and graphics card. If it is not too high which is now the case is good.

    Thank you very much.

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    I have exactly the same problem with my pc. Seeing this topic I said, "is, I must take a look!" In fact my pc is often slow and sometimes restarts for no reason, and I really thought it was warmed but I did not think at this point! after reading this topic I downloaded HV Monitor and discovered that the motherboard (Quantum 3060) and processor (AMD Athlon X2) amounted to 95 C!

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    AMD has based his heater more than intel so I'd say it's normal, but if it interferes with the functioning of Pc cleaning is also necessary because a PC draws dust anyway arrives.

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    What makes me! dismantles cleans your pc a good shot with an air bottle. And checked at the thermal paste method, I frankly its getting better.

    Ok its still hot but 70C max motherboard but more reboot, the process remains to 40C.

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