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January 2, 2014 7:24:47 AM

Hello there

I got a Laptop from Clevo a P170EM IvyBridge Barebone

CPU = I7-3610QM 2.3 Ghz ivy bridge (3.3 Ghz Boost)
HD 750 GB Sata3 7200 RPM
SSD 250 GB Sata3
Ram 16 GB 1600 DDR3 HyperX
Grafik AMD Radeon HD7970M 2GB

and having this problem that my CPU is getting to hot. atleast its what i think.
with just running Google Crome and the spec from Speedfan 4.49 is

HD0 = 30C
HD1 = 46C
GPU = 0C
CPU 85-100C

and when running a game like World of Warcraft its

HD0 = 30C
HD1 = 50C
GPU = 100-105C
CPU = 100-110C

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January 2, 2014 7:58:44 AM

IDK, but that seems too hot, I'm running an AW14 (yeah I know sigh) with an i7 4700 and a GTX765. My CPU rarely breaks 80 deg C, and my GPU say, 60 to 65 deg C. Thats under load of course, measured with coretemp anf GPU z.
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January 2, 2014 8:05:19 AM

hmm seem like i will have to send it back to the shop then.
since its really annoying when the laptop shuts it self down.
and its only around a year old now
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January 2, 2014 9:05:26 AM

Eiden said:
hmm seem like i will have to send it back to the shop then.
since its really annoying when the laptop shuts it self down.
and its only around a year old now


I've never had one, but aren't Clevo's quite user servicable? Perhaps it's just a matter of fan/ heatsink cleaning, or less likely, thermal compound on the cpu/gpu. Maybe someone else who's had one weigh in here?
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January 2, 2014 9:57:51 AM

i just opened the laptop and cleaned all the fans and every where i could find dust and it seems like it helped.
the specs now is

HD0 = 30C
HD1 = 42C
GPU = 0C
CPU 50-55C
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January 2, 2014 10:06:06 AM

Eiden said:
i just opened the laptop and cleaned all the fans and every where i could find dust and it seems like it helped.
the specs now is

HD0 = 30C
HD1 = 42C
GPU = 0C
CPU 50-55C


That's great news, now throw some WoW at it and post temps again.
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January 2, 2014 10:13:38 PM

the Temps are now this when running wow

HD1 = 30C
HD2 = 36C
GPU = 60-70C
CPU = 55-70C

and using 13-25% of the CPU
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January 2, 2014 10:17:06 PM

The sensible thing with a lap top is every 18 months, take it apart, clean it esp the heatsinks,re paste the cpu and check the fan.
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January 2, 2014 10:53:15 PM

yeah seems like its. so gonna be doing it once every 6 months just to be safe and to keep it running at 100%
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January 8, 2014 8:37:27 PM

Eiden said:
the Temps are now this when running wow

HD1 = 30C
HD2 = 36C
GPU = 60-70C
CPU = 55-70C

and using 13-25% of the CPU


Sweet, that looks much better, +1 on Chrisso's suggestion, it's a PITA but necessary.
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