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Make sure that cpu fans are running normally. Go to BIOS (generally with F2 on intel motherboards), and there will be information about cpu temperature, also fan speed (in RPM). If fan speed is 0 or very low problem is in cpu fan. (connection problem might be). If cpu fan speed is normal (high value) and cpu temperature is high, I will suggest you to open your PC case (or notebook) and see whether cpu fan is dirty or not. This is very common problem. If so, clean it.

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Follow with Q-tips dipped in Isopropyl Alcohol. (Rubbing alcohol)
91 percent or higher is best, but 70 percent will do. 50 percent = No IMHO; because it is now 50 percent Water, and 50 percent Alcohol. You want it to dry up quickly, and have strength to cut the old Thermal Paste, or Thermal Pad residue.
Yes. It usually turns into a gooey mess! Takes a LOT of alcohol soaked Q-tips. How clean? Clean enough to eat off of.
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