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August 7, 2013 11:35:02 PM

So i own this A53SM Asus laptop since like a year ago and it worked almost fine until 2 to 3 weeks ago. I had some cooling issues with it when I first bought it though it was only while i was playing heavy games like sims 3. i've seen the weirdest artifacts in games with this computer trust me, i thought it's a faulty video memory or something until nvidia folks finally made up their mind with an actual freaky driver! and the problems partially solved so i though it might be a heating problem. i was able to finish crysis 3 without artifacts or has stopped working errors however the air coming out was real hot and of course the fan was like about to blow up and i think this means that both the fan and the heatsink are working fine right?but then somthing changed! i always run speedfan and check the readings so i know for sure that lately even when a relatively small percentage of cpu is busy working like 15 percent, cpu temperature jumps up to like 74C i remember it wouldnt touch 60C under the same conditions plus even at 0 percent cpu operates at 55C which again i know wasn't more than 50 at worst. im pretty dumb with this kind of stuff please help here are the current average readings at around 0 percent
core0 :55 core1: 47.5 core2: 50.6 core3: 52.8 temp1: 51 GPU: 45 HD0: 34

i talk too much, i know, can't help it, sorry !! lol
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August 7, 2013 11:46:32 PM

Air ain't getting passed through, make sure it's on a "flat" surface at all time during heavy load. If you can hear the fan blowing pretty loud but little air comes out, clean the heatsink with a air blower and/or one the pull air in...
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August 8, 2013 1:02:41 AM

legendkiller said:
Air ain't getting passed through, make sure it's on a "flat" surface at all time during heavy load. If you can hear the fan blowing pretty loud but little air comes out, clean the heatsink with a air blower and/or one the pull air in...


Thank you for your response
That might be the case but i guess i forgot to mention when cpu is operating at around 15 or 20 percent or whatever (happens at certain times) temperature jumps up to 70 but i can't hear an increasing rpm of the fan, it seems that the fan is not affected by the increasing temperature as long as it lasts for a short time or maybe not unless cpu performance reaches a certain percentage.
thought this might help.
thanks again

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August 8, 2013 7:12:02 PM

vslipper91 said:
legendkiller said:
Air ain't getting passed through, make sure it's on a "flat" surface at all time during heavy load. If you can hear the fan blowing pretty loud but little air comes out, clean the heatsink with a air blower and/or one the pull air in...


Thank you for your response
That might be the case but i guess i forgot to mention when cpu is operating at around 15 or 20 percent or whatever (happens at certain times) temperature jumps up to 70 but i can't hear an increasing rpm of the fan, it seems that the fan is not affected by the increasing temperature as long as it lasts for a short time or maybe not unless cpu performance reaches a certain percentage.
thought this might help.
thanks again



Fan speed increase by temperature, to make sure your fan is working as it suppose to, run prime95 for a minute and see if RPM changes and see how high the temp is...
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August 9, 2013 12:42:15 PM

legendkiller said:
vslipper91 said:
legendkiller said:
Air ain't getting passed through, make sure it's on a "flat" surface at all time during heavy load. If you can hear the fan blowing pretty loud but little air comes out, clean the heatsink with a air blower and/or one the pull air in...


Thank you for your response
That might be the case but i guess i forgot to mention when cpu is operating at around 15 or 20 percent or whatever (happens at certain times) temperature jumps up to 70 but i can't hear an increasing rpm of the fan, it seems that the fan is not affected by the increasing temperature as long as it lasts for a short time or maybe not unless cpu performance reaches a certain percentage.
thought this might help.
thanks again



Fan speed increase by temperature, to make sure your fan is working as it suppose to, run prime95 for a minute and see if RPM changes and see how high the temp is...


Hello Just ran a small fft torture test, waited for a couple minutes fan rpm increased so slackly though and the temperature was stabilized at 86C ! superhot! ow and one more thing i listened closely to the air vents i' not quite sure but i think the way air stream sounds is not so smooth like it's blocked or something what exactly should i do ? thanks a million again and again and again
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August 9, 2013 7:45:39 PM

vslipper91 said:
legendkiller said:
vslipper91 said:
legendkiller said:
Air ain't getting passed through, make sure it's on a "flat" surface at all time during heavy load. If you can hear the fan blowing pretty loud but little air comes out, clean the heatsink with a air blower and/or one the pull air in...


Thank you for your response
That might be the case but i guess i forgot to mention when cpu is operating at around 15 or 20 percent or whatever (happens at certain times) temperature jumps up to 70 but i can't hear an increasing rpm of the fan, it seems that the fan is not affected by the increasing temperature as long as it lasts for a short time or maybe not unless cpu performance reaches a certain percentage.
thought this might help.
thanks again



Fan speed increase by temperature, to make sure your fan is working as it suppose to, run prime95 for a minute and see if RPM changes and see how high the temp is...


Hello Just ran a small fft torture test, waited for a couple minutes fan rpm increased so slackly though and the temperature was stabilized at 86C ! superhot! ow and one more thing i listened closely to the air vents i' not quite sure but i think the way air stream sounds is not so smooth like it's blocked or something what exactly should i do ? thanks a million again and again and again


Use a air dust remover, or use your mouth and blow off the dust...
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August 10, 2013 12:24:00 AM

legendkiller said:
vslipper91 said:
legendkiller said:
vslipper91 said:
legendkiller said:
Air ain't getting passed through, make sure it's on a "flat" surface at all time during heavy load. If you can hear the fan blowing pretty loud but little air comes out, clean the heatsink with a air blower and/or one the pull air in...


Thank you for your response
That might be the case but i guess i forgot to mention when cpu is operating at around 15 or 20 percent or whatever (happens at certain times) temperature jumps up to 70 but i can't hear an increasing rpm of the fan, it seems that the fan is not affected by the increasing temperature as long as it lasts for a short time or maybe not unless cpu performance reaches a certain percentage.
thought this might help.
thanks again



Fan speed increase by temperature, to make sure your fan is working as it suppose to, run prime95 for a minute and see if RPM changes and see how high the temp is...


Hello Just ran a small fft torture test, waited for a couple minutes fan rpm increased so slackly though and the temperature was stabilized at 86C ! superhot! ow and one more thing i listened closely to the air vents i' not quite sure but i think the way air stream sounds is not so smooth like it's blocked or something what exactly should i do ? thanks a million again and again and again


Use a air dust remover, or use your mouth and blow off the dust...


will do so thanks
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