Asus N53SN i7 2630qm + GT 550M overheating til 100°C

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    pedroramosuerj Newbie

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    Hey guys,

    I'm having a problem with my laptop. CPU and GPU are going to 100°C .


    I've seen a topic of an Acer laptop and the user did a mofified bios flash undervolting the GPU.

    I tried to do it but I don't know how to do.

    I tried to download the vBios using GPUz and then I would try to edit the values. But I received an error message when I put to export the vbios with GPUz.


    So, if anyone could help me. I can donate if it is a hard work.
     
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    What you need to do is clean the machine and repaste - that will likely fix it.
     
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    Hey, thanks for trying to help but I've already done it. I've checked the cooler and put artic silver thermal paste.

    My problem will only be solved with a undervolt.
     
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    Doubt it - Thermi and Sandy don't undervolt well - have you made sure there is good pressure and that the fan is not dead?
     
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    630M is Kepler, 550M is Fermi - the differences between the two are massive.
     
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    But is it possible to change some volts values to try to reduce at least 10C, even it become "weaker".
     
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    I also have a 820m and a 630m notebook, but they are going to 88C maximum and I would like to learn how to change the profile volt values.
     
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