CF-C1 temperature?

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  1. alenN

    alenN Newbie

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    hello,

    Can someone help me, i have problem with my CF-C1 temperatures, or i think it should be lovered.

    my CPU temp go as high as 88`C, i think its little to high. Works fine, dont slow down but it seems a bit high.

    I saw one post but it cant coment anymore.
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/cf-c1-mk2-heatsink-cooling.816453/

    it mentione gap between heasing and CPU should i put thermal pads in that place?

    i use Arctic MX-4 paste and i dont think i get some difference.

    first 30 sec when it boots it goes to 88C.
    Correct me if im wrong.
     
  2. Shawn

    Shawn Crackpot Search Ninja and Options Whore

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    88° C seems high to me.
    The gap is probably too wide for paste to work. Try a proper thickness thermal pad.
     
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    alenN Newbie

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    Yeah it seems high to me too.

    A check for codes from the chip that has biger gap and it turn out its north bridge chipset.

    According to intel, this procesor has max temp 100°C and im not far from it and i dont like it.


    Any suggestion? Advice?
     
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    Shawn Crackpot Search Ninja and Options Whore

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    Disassemble unit.
    Remove mainboard and heatsinks.
    Clean chips and heatsinks. Chipset and cpu.
    Reassemble using proper size thermal pads.
     
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    alenN Newbie

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    Ill have to find 0.5mm thermal pads,

    Unit was dissasambled and put new paste but nothing better than before.

    Should i put pads on that place where is gap and on cpu regular thermal past or should i put both pads?
     
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    If there is a gap you need a pad.
    Use pads only. Pads do not need paste
    Paste only works for micro imperfections Paste will not work alone to fill a gap.
     
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    kschewe Notebook Geek

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    You can use a shim made out of copper if there is a huge gap and or tweak the cooler so it sits flush on the cpu.
    I been using a laptop cooler for a cf-c2, it made a huge difference. Its gets hot enough to burn you lol and now its cool to the touch.
    Side note... I took apart a cf-t8 this week and the thermal paste or pad was just basically dust. Looking for a service manual for that old model if anyone has? I changed the power led it was oddly burnt out.
     
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