my laptop is very very hot 100c :O

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  1. linekhat

    linekhat Notebook Guru

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    hi all
    i have msi gx740
    and i upgread my cpu i5 430m to i7 740qm
    my laptop go crezy
    the temp in ide 55-65 and in load witch torbo off :confused: and in full mod 100c
    i need a professional solution
    im tinking put a cooler desktop cpu to my laptop :|
    eny one have better solution
    sry my english is so bad
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  2. Idarzoid

    Idarzoid Guest

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    Try repasting and fit the heatsink properly.

    It could be that your current heatsink isn't up to the task, how many heatpipes does it have?
     
  3. linekhat

    linekhat Notebook Guru

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    this is pic off my hetsink...it have 1 heat pipe
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  4. MrDJ

    MrDJ Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    did you change the cpu yourself
    if so what thermal paste did you use to connect the heat pipe to the top of cpu.
    if you did not use thermal paste then DONT TURN IT ON AGAIN until you buy some thermal paste or you will kill your hardware.
     
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    Abidderman Notebook Deity

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    Possible bad paste job. What did you use and how did you apply it?
     
  6. linekhat

    linekhat Notebook Guru

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    lol common men
    im pro not noob
    i use nucta nt h1
     
  7. linekhat

    linekhat Notebook Guru

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    i apply that in best way ....
     
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    linekhat Notebook Guru

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    i want to now ther is eny chans to use an desktop coller for my laptop?
    eny one now know?
    i gest ineed smallest cooler in the world to put on my laptop
    common my frinds help me out plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
     
  9. tilleroftheearth

    tilleroftheearth Wisdom listens quietly...

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    Yes, there is a chance to put a desktop cooler in the notebook - it won't be portable anymore and it won't be pretty...


    But, depending on your case/design/electrical and mechanical skills - there is 'a chance'.


    (I wouldn't continue down this road though...).


    Good luck.
     
  10. linekhat

    linekhat Notebook Guru

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    ooo men
    i gest i shud try an other way
    wath i can do
    im so confused
    :("
     
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