Dell Inspiron 7559

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  1. Arcixx

    Arcixx Newbie

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    Hello, I bought a mx500 ssd m.2, but I see temperatures are quite high, like 80° on stess test. Have you got other ssd m.2 like samsung 850 or 860? Are these temperatures due to my ssd or it's notebook fault? Is it possibile to mount a heatsink? I see that the space between the ssd and the bottom lid is very little...
     
  2. Rowan

    Rowan Notebook Consultant

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    Delete Please
     
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  3. alexhawker

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    Please don't cross-post the same information/question in multiple threads.
     
  4. Rowan

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    Sorry!
     
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  5. Marko88

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    Guys I have this problem with this laptop.

    When I start it does have only a black screen and it's unresponsive.

    It's not the screen because when I swapped a ram it booted up, but when I did it again it won't work now.

    I tried every ram block but does not change.

    What should I do?


    Video to explain:
     
  6. Marko88

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    Update: I connected to the tv with hdmi and it turns on on the tv.

    So it's a screen problem, what should I do?
     
  7. S1lentSymph0ny

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    I would try unplugging the both the laptop battery and CMOS battery for a few minutes then plug them both back in and see if there is any change.
     
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