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30 Jun 2012  
solarmystic

Windows 7 x64 Professional SP1
 
 

Hello lala1990!

It sounds like you've got the classical CPU throttling due to overheating problem... To confirm this download a program like CoreTemp (www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/) and run it while using your system/gaming... note the temperatures...

If they're really high (above 80 - 90 C), try and clear out the dust from the vents of your latptop, and it's innards too if you're brave enough to open the back panel; of course if it's under warranty still you shouldn't do that...

If that doesn't work you could try to use a cooling pad for your laptop, I use one myself and it helped me reduce the temperatures on my laptop by 5 - 6 C....
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