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overheating cpu

mahdi_000
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I have HP laptop with  i7-8750H CPU @ 2.20GHz i know it old laptop  I'm broke lol

 

 

I'm worried it over heating or not this screenshot of it running just 3 pages in brave browser and one of them on HD YouTube video running some people say it okay for laptop I'm in the room with in air conditional on top of me running at 20° C

which brand of thermal paste if it has problem that i can buy  

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 sorry for any grammar error or anything  English is not my native language

 

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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I have always used Arctic Silver 5. Arctic's latest flagship product is called Céramique 2. I see that both are available through amazon.sa (here: https://www.amazon.sa/dp/B085ZZZTLF and here: https://www.amazon.sa/dp/B0087X73AM).

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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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During a stress test, you should be seeing temperatures sitting in the mid-to-high 80's, with only the occasional (short duration) spike up into the 90's. Seeing what you are seeing is NOT normal. This can be the result of poorly applied or failing TIM, poorly attached cooling solution or poorly configured fan and/or or pump duty cycle response settings.

If you still have any warranty time left (unlikely with slime like HP), then I would have them service the laptop. Otherwise, find a shop that can handle investigating and, if necessary, replacing the TIM. You could take this on yourself, but I can't recommend you doing so unless you have experience doing this in a laptop setting (doing it to a desktop PC doesn't count as applicable experience).

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ClariceStarling
Valued Contributor II
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It seems Intel gives a lot of free help to people after their warranty runs out.   In contrast, someone like Dell wants you to buy an extended warranty or they don't talk to you anymore.  Strange!

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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It's not strange, it's disgusting! I won't touch any products from Dell or HP. These slimeball companies (and they're not the only ones) run their support groups on a for-profit basis. This is an industry-wide problem. Only through education and the subsequent use of purchasing power will these companies be brought to heel. Force them to provide longer-term warranties and force them to provide proper support. The biggest scam is the J. D. Power Initial Product Quality awards. What useless twaddle. Tell me how it runs (and is supported) after three years, not three minutes.

Off my soapbox now...

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mahdi_000
Beginner
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i don't have warranty, do you have recommendation for good Thermal paste company i can apply it to and will be helpful to put me a link to it that international to buy because I'm from Saudi Arabia and  i don't have very good shop near me (: i can't trust them with it to check i done it before but i changed it with cheap one Arctic MX-4 

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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I have always used Arctic Silver 5. Arctic's latest flagship product is called Céramique 2. I see that both are available through amazon.sa (here: https://www.amazon.sa/dp/B085ZZZTLF and here: https://www.amazon.sa/dp/B0087X73AM).

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mahdi_000
Beginner
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thank you a lot for help me out here 

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