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Windows 7: Laptop overheating- Help required

22 Feb 2018   #11
kujvi

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Megahertz07 View Post
Thanks I have red this post.


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22 Feb 2018   #12
kujvi

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lehnerus2000 View Post
Desktops have lots of empty space and big fans, which allows for more airflow.

Laptops have no empty space and small fans.

Here is a picture of a Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E430 internals:
Attachment 402895

http://www.insidemylaptop.com/disass...e-e430-laptop/
I have checked it this link is broken can you send me valid link please
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22 Feb 2018   #13
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

You're not helping us to help you.
We still don't know what laptop you have as you didn't gave us the hardware specs.
As you already installed HWinfo, what are the temperatures under load?
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22 Feb 2018   #14
mrjimphelps

Linux Mint 18.2 xfce 64-bit (VMWare host) / Windows 8.1 Pro 32-bit (VMWare guest)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kujvi View Post
Hi,
I have a laptop with Intel core i5-7500 which was working good but now it became sluggish. Every time i run application or browse using chrome it get slower. Last night i was watching movie on laptop when i noticed that it's fans are running constantly in unusual sound. I asked my friends about this problem but their opinions were different. One of my friend told me that my laptop is overheating but it is not clear to me what actually is
the cause.
Can you tell me what is happening to my laptop.
Have you tried using a different browser, such as Firefox or Opera? When you do, do you still have the same issue?
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23 Feb 2018   #15
lehnerus2000

W7 Ultimate SP1, LM18.3 MATE, W10 Home, #All 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kujvi View Post
I have checked it this link is broken can you send me valid link please
I've fixed the OP.

Somehow the link got screwed up (double pasted?).
http://www.insidemylaptop.com/disass...e-e430-laptop/

The link was only for attribution.
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24 Feb 2018   #16
kujvi

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Megahertz07 View Post
You're not helping us to help you.
We still don't know what laptop you have as you didn't gave us the hardware specs.
As you already installed HWinfo, what are the temperatures under load?
Sorry For the late delay as i was busy in my personal matter. But honestly i want you to help me that why i came in this forum. So my hardware specs are;
My computer processor is i5-7200 with 6GB RAM and graphics card GTX 750 Ti. when i installed HWinfo it showed me various readings. one pic is as below tell me where is temp reading. and is it normal CPU temperature?
Laptop overheating- Help required-hwinfo.png
I don't have enough knowledge about computers so if you can tell me what is going on with my laptop?


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24 Feb 2018   #17
kujvi

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lehnerus2000 View Post
I've fixed the OP.

Somehow the link got screwed up (double pasted?).
http://www.insidemylaptop.com/disassemble-lenovo-thinkpad-edge-e430-Laptop-overheating


The link was only for attribution.
nice information keep it up. :)
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26 Feb 2018   #18
mrjimphelps

Linux Mint 18.2 xfce 64-bit (VMWare host) / Windows 8.1 Pro 32-bit (VMWare guest)
 
 

If these temps are accurate (and I have no reason to doubt them), your CPU is literally burning up.

Have you overclocked your computer? Or is it possible that someone else overclocked it? If so, maybe that is causing the overheating. The reason I ask is because your clock is maxed out.

Or maybe there is a program running in the background which is overworking your CPU. To see if this is the case, shut the computer down for about an hour (to let it cool down), then restart the computer in Safe Mode, or Safe Mode with Networking. Run it for a while, then check the temperatures again. If they are a lot lower, then it is possible that there is a program running in the background when you are in Normal mode which is literally working your CPU to death. Most of these "background" programs don't run in Safe Mode, so if the overheating problem doesn't occur while you are in Safe Mode, it is probably being caused by a misbehaving program.

Another thing to check: perhaps your computer is full of dust. I don't think this is the case, because only your CPU is overheating; other things would also be hot if the computer was full of dust. But it would be good to check for dust. BE VERY CAREFUL WHEN OPENING THE COMPUTER. IT IS VERY EASY TO DAMAGE OR BREAK A TINY, BUT ESSENTIAL, COMPONENT. In fact, if you aren't sure that you can safely take the computer apart without damaging it, don't try it.

If you decide to take the computer apart to get rid of the dust, you could change the thermal compound which adheses the heat sink to the CPU. If someone has ever repaired your laptop, but didn't know about thermal compound, he may have cleaned off the old thermal compound but didn't put any new thermal compound. (This is not likely, but it is possible.) If there is no thermal compound, your CPU will run extremely hot, because the heat sink can't remove the heat very well. If I were repairing your laptop, and I couldn't find any other cause for the extreme heat, I would check to see if there was thermal compound holding the heat sink to the CPU. And I would install a high-quality thermal compound, such as Arctic Silver 5 -- https://www.amazon.com/Arctic-Silver...70_&dpSrc=srch.
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26 Feb 2018   #19
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

Fist of all, your CPU (as shown in HWinfo) isn't a i5 7200. Intel Core™ i5-7200U Processor (3M Cache, up to 3.10 GHz) Product Specifications
It's a i5 4440. And it isn't a Laptop CPU. It is a desktop CPU. Intel Core™ i5-4440 Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.30 GHz) Product Specifications

i5-7200U - 2 cores - 3.1GHz turbo - TDP 15W - 7 generation
i5 4440 - 4 cores - 3.3GHz turbo - TDP 84W - 4 generation

Something is VERY, VERY wrong.
As MSJimp said, you're frying your CPU.
A i5-4440 has 4 cores and a max power of 84W.
Your CPU with only 27W has reached a temp of 99C. It should never go higher than 80C.
And Thermal throttling (lowering clock to protect CPU) is always acting.

So you must tell us the truth story of your computer.
Is it a laptop or a desktop?
If it's a laptop, how it has a desktop CPU?
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28 Feb 2018   #20
kujvi

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mrjimphelps View Post
If these temps are accurate (and I have no reason to doubt them), your CPU is literally burning up.

Have you overclocked your computer? Or is it possible that someone else overclocked it? If so, maybe that is causing the overheating. The reason I ask is because your clock is maxed out.

Or maybe there is a program running in the background which is overworking your CPU. To see if this is the case, shut the computer down for about an hour (to let it cool down), then restart the computer in Safe Mode, or Safe Mode with Networking. Run it for a while, then check the temperatures again. If they are a lot lower, then it is possible that there is a program running in the background when you are in Normal mode which is literally working your CPU to death. Most of these "background" programs don't run in Safe Mode, so if the overheating problem doesn't occur while you are in Safe Mode, it is probably being caused by a misbehaving program.

Another thing to check: perhaps your computer is full of dust. I don't think this is the case, because only your CPU temp monitor is overheating; other things would also be hot if the computer was full of dust. But it would be good to check for dust. BE VERY CAREFUL WHEN OPENING THE COMPUTER. IT IS VERY EASY TO DAMAGE OR BREAK A TINY, BUT ESSENTIAL, COMPONENT. In fact, if you aren't sure that you can safely take the computer apart without damaging it, don't try it.

If you decide to take the computer apart to get rid of the dust, you could change the thermal compound which adheses the heat sink to the CPU. If someone has ever repaired your laptop, but didn't know about thermal compound, he may have cleaned off the old thermal compound but didn't put any new thermal compound. (This is not likely, but it is possible.) If there is no thermal compound, your CPU will run extremely hot, because the heat sink can't remove the heat very well. If I were repairing your laptop, and I couldn't find any other cause for the extreme heat, I would check to see if there was thermal compound holding the heat sink to the CPU. And I would install a high-quality thermal compound, such as Arctic Silver 5 -- https://www.amazon.com/Arctic-Silver...70_&dpSrc=srch.
I used air blower and a lot of dust came out from it. but know it's quite normal. Thank you for telling me these tips.
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