Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by premieritzone, Apr 8, 2016.
I used to have issues with this. My laptops would get to the stage where they would overheat and shut down. Often this can be due to a build up of dust and fluff in the internal fan of the laptop which reduces its ability to cool the machine. I used to take mine apart and clean the fan out, but it depends whether you're comfortable doing that.
clean the fan. maybe its been a long time since it was cleaned
Try to clean the fan man my laptop broke last year with similar case to you since it is too hot and play non-stop.
Try to buy the laptop that have 2 or 3 fan which help a lot (just some suggestion).
Is there any applications running on background if so try closing those ..
90 is really hot..try cleaning out the inbuilt fan and also shut down irrelevant applications running in the background.
Buy a good thermal paste and replace it on the CPU and GPU, and also clean the fan...that will fix your temperature problem
Only do that thought if you know what you doing in some laptops to get to the GPU and CPU you need take apart pretty much the whole thing which is quite a long and complicated process cleaning the fans usually drops the temperature to decent levels
thanks for the all replies, i have clean my laptop and change the fan, i think my laptop heating because of heavy dust,
now my laptop temperature showing around 40 to 46
stop wanking on the keyboard
The internal laptop fan is probably clogged. Try to get a can of air and see if you can gently blow some dust away.
Otherwise the alternative is to take the laptop apart and clean but this is not an easy job for everybody, so it might be better to take it in for servicing.
You can either open a window or use your computer in a circulated room.
Temperature kills devices so try and get a VPS so you don't kill off your rig.
When you make enough it may be worth your effort to replace it instead by running it and then acquiring a new machine.
or you could have just blown in the ventilation slots in it, and a large cloud of dust would come out what would also solve it!
It's good that you reduce it to normal temperature early.
I did not pay attention to the heat before and my battery and HDD died cause of heat.
Have you tried using it in an industrial freezer? If you don't have access to an industrial freezer, you can always use my cheaper and more portable method that I use. What you need is a cat litter tray or something similar and a bag of ice cubes.
Wouldn't it just be easier to water cool it and submerge the keyboard portion of the laptop in the cat litter tray filled with water?
If you use de-ionised water you will get away with it. Just microwave it after to get it dry.
one of the big problem on temperature is dust..just make sure clean it atleast a time a year.
ya, this is what you NEED to do, it will require takig apart your laptop, if you need help pm me
Great idea, but he may not have a big enough microwave to dry it. Probably best putting it in the oven.
Maybe swap the water for liquid nitrogen for that instant cooling effect.
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