Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
The cpu of my laptop heats up on games
You can unscrew you laptop and clean the fan and the heatsink without removing the fan unless you have a cooling paste, you can find many videos on youtube that discribe how to do it or at least how to unscrew your device
Posted on Apr 25, 2014
Processors and graphics cards mainly, are using coolant or thermal paste to overcome heat during system process. and these things are to be consider for maintenance once i a while. if you haven't change the coolant for a 1yr, i advice you to take it to the shop for proper replacements. for some reasons, it will eventually affect the northbridge which will give a lot of problems on board.
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
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Laptop Fan noise:
This seems to be a common problem with laptops over a couple of years old. Dust gets trapped in the copper fins and the fan of the CPU heatsink and reduces the efficiency of the cooling, which results in regular power off's by the laptop as it gets over it's upper temperature setting. The fix is relatively easy, just remove the heatsink unit, blow it clean with compressed air, clean the old CPU heatsink paste off with isopropyl alcohol (IPA) and spray a thin film of heatsink paste on the CPU.
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