How to reduce over heating problem in aging laptops
One of the most common issues with aging laptops & Computers is
overheating, & most of the people don’t know how to fix this problem
so here are some suggestions for you.
The laptop overheating can be caused by lots of factors:
- Dust and other strange objects inside the heat sink of a laptop.
- Bad airflow design.
- Thermal pads (applied on some models of laptops) that creates a big
gap between the GPU, CPU and heat sink.
Now here I will help you to figure out what’s causing the heat and how
to keep your notebook functioning at a lower temperature.
Overheating laptops & computers can cause a lot of problems, from
apparently random blue screens to data loss and permanent damage on
components. You might not even know that it’s the root of your issues,
and before you know it you have a damaged motherboard. So now let’s
go step by step and see how to deal with this problem. We’ll be dealing
primarily with laptops, but most of the same principles apply all
It’s simple no air flow means no heat transfer so what you should do you
need to disassemble your laptop and find the heat sink and fan location,
remove it from the laptop and clean it.
Now you need new thermal pads or thermal paste because after the
cleaning, you may need to apply them to improve the heat transfer.
For those laptops, which uses thermal pads; you can change the pads
with copper shims & they will improve the performance significantly.
Don’t let your laptop become a victim of the heat. If you’re having heat
issues with your laptop, let us help before it’s too late! We know that
overheating laptop problems come in all shapes and sizes. If you’d like
more information about this service, don’t hesitate to contact us! Feel
free to give us a call will be happy to help!
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