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laptop overheating?


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monoxidez

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I think my laptop is overheating. I downloaded SpeedFan is these are my results.

HD0 : 42 C
Temp1: 30C
DIMM: 56C (highest one)
Temp4: 46C
CPU: 41C
GPU:44C

Is there something wrong with my RAM?

After I play a quick game, this is what happens.


HD0 : 48 C
Temp1: 30C
DIMM: 70C (highest one)
Temp4: 57C
CPU: 46C
GPU:52C

Edited by monoxidez, 01 March 2008 - 04:56 PM.

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Will_00

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Are you sure your laptop is not placed on a soft surface with limited or no possible movement for air. If so, you should move it to an elevated, hard surface.
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monoxidez

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I placed a book under it for flow but the ram is still the hottest one...
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Those temps shouldn't be too bad ye they are hot but by no means in danger of causing damage
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