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Clevo P650HP6-G (ish) overheating problem

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by Enver Kaan Eris, Feb 6, 2018.

  1. MahmoudDewy

    MahmoudDewy Gaming Laptops Master Race!

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    senso Notebook Geek

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    Kryonaut is pretty thick!

    Thicker than Artic-MX4..

    I have been using Artic MX-4 for 4 years already, got Kryonaut when it got out, and Kryonaut is thicker than the MX-4, both work wonderfully in laptops, Kryonaut wins over, buts its like a huge difference, good heatsink contact will make more impact than crazy thermal pastes.

    Just last weekend I lapped my GT72 CPU heatsink, re-applyed Kryonaut and it stays at 62-64ºC playing BF1 on High settings without even using the fan boost button(but I'm running a custom fan curve on EC via Svet EC editor, at 62-64ºC the fans are around 50% speed, and they make almost no noise compared to the full speed fan boost that sounds like a jet engine).
     
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    MSI heatsinks are far superior to some of the old Sager laptops like mine. Maybe it is different for newer machines.
     
  4. Meaker@Sager

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    Well heatsink design has been improving a lot in the last few years.
     
  5. aIex

    aIex Notebook Enthusiast

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    It's actually P670, not P650. P650, a 15-incher has far better ventilation under the case. Mine also gets around 96 and 71*C on CPU and GPU respectively while using Prime95 and FurMark altogether. However, I have had my motherboard replaced and I think my temps actually worsen after the replacement too. What method do you use when applying thermal compound?
     
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    X for square dies, thin line for rectangular dies for thermal paste.
     
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