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Windows 7: CPU high temperature

05 Jan 2013   #1
babuja

W7 64 Home
 
 
CPU high temperature

Hi,

I've noticed that in my Asus N82JV the fan works a lot of time.



So i've installed Speed fan and this is the info I get after 5 min using the computer.



Everything is burning out...

What cold be the problem and how to solve this issue?

tnks


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05 Jan 2013   #2
whs
Microsoft MVP

Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8
 
 

Most times the cause is dirt in the box or bad connection of the fan on the CPU (bad paste or bad seating). Start by blowing out the dirt with compressed air - cans are available at Home Depot, etc.

Getting to the CPU may require professional help. Work on a laptop is not obvious.
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05 Jan 2013   #3
Solarstarshines

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

I would use hardware monitor Speedfan isn't accurate in my account

try HW monitor and see if there is a difference |MG| HWMonitor 1.21 Download

Speed fan once said my system was running something like 140c my machine would be on fire try this and see what it yeilds

Also follow the advice of blowing it out with a strong can of air
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06 Jan 2013   #4
babuja

W7 64 Home
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Solarstarshines View Post
I would use hardware monitor Speedfan isn't accurate in my account

try HW monitor and see if there is a difference |MG| HWMonitor 1.21 Download

Speed fan once said my system was running something like 140c my machine would be on fire try this and see what it yeilds

Also follow the advice of blowing it out with a strong can of air
I've installed HWMonitor 1.21 Download and the result is the same and similar to Speedfan.

I'll try to blow out the dirt with compressed air and see if there's any improvement.

tnks guys.
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06 Jan 2013   #5
mmkarimi

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Again ASUS...
its the problem with your brand, asus use special kind of fan system called spiral fan which is much powerful than the others, also tell me, do you have core i7 CPU, because its normal temperature may reach to 100oc
i have asus too, i can even warm up my tea with its fan. have my advice, every time you don't perform high process with your computer change your power setting to balance mode, its simple in asus, use Fn+space, it gradually slow down your fan rotation and CPU work
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06 Jan 2013   #6
babuja

W7 64 Home
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mmkarimi View Post
... do you have core i7 CPU
No, it's a i5 CPU.

So its normal this high temperatures in Asus?

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mmkarimi View Post
..have my advice, every time you don't perform high process with your computer change your power setting to balance mode, its simple in asus, use Fn+space, it gradually slow down your fan rotation and CPU work
I'll also try that, tnks
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06 Jan 2013   #7
Shadowjk

Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1 ; Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard
 
 

No computer should have temperatures like yours, as suggested before clean out the dust. Let the laptop cool down over night and then cut a big rubber into 4 pieces and stand the machine up with it in the four corners of the laptop. (Like I did with my PS3 below)

Leave the machine on for a couple hours and monitor the temperatures (don't use any high processes such as gaming or editing). we want to see how well your machine can perform when idle.

CPU high temperature-photo-2013-01-06-11.36.08.jpg

If your temperatures are still high then we are looking at a more internal cause (thermal paste problem .... etc). If they have cooled down then this will indicate external environments affecting the laptop so consider changing the position of where you use the laptop as this might be causing the increased heat.

Hope This Helps,
Josh


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06 Jan 2013   #8
babuja

W7 64 Home
 
 

Tnks Josh,

Ill try to find a compressor and blow dirt and dust out.

Maybe this king of cooler is a good option:

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06 Jan 2013   #9
Shadowjk

Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1 ; Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard
 
 

You can give it a go but try the alternative I suggested first because it may not work and the last thing I want you to do is to purchase something that is of no use to you. Laptops generally have their motherboard close the edge of the case so ensuring that there is an airflow or cooling underneath should help.

Josh
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06 Jan 2013   #10
mmkarimi

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by babuja View Post
Tnks Josh,

Ill try to find a compressor and blow dirt and dust out.

Maybe this king of cooler is a good option:

this is not a good idea if you have sth like this, your HDD must work in horizontal form and no problem if you have a bit slope (the eraser was a good idea), but this is about 45 deg and would cause harm to your HDD. i have one a bit different , but sometime i use a book back of the laptop to make it a bit higher from the ground, be careful not to cover the threads
and you see you can change its slope

and another question for you , do you use those covers ( plastic ones ) for your keyboard??
they say they are water proof, but they actually prevent the ventilation process, some of the air flow comes from your keyboad
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