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Stoping your laptop from over heating

Started by: shabbas
On: 24/07/2019 | 22:50
Replies: 18
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by: tito6
on: 26/07/2019 | 21:35

@shabbas 

Thanks for the tip

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by: philflyer
on: 27/07/2019 | 12:39
  • I didn’t think my MacBook had a fan - until I left it recharging in a bedside drawer on that hot night 2 days ago. In the morning I could plainly hear it buzzing and it was very hot and would not power up. I stood it against a cold radiator and after a couple of hours it was ok, but a lesson learned 
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by: yvonnearmstrong
on: 27/07/2019 | 15:05

@shabbas 

 

Thank you and a good tip👏especially for my granddaughter 

 

Yvonne 

Message 13 of 19
by: alligatorna
on: 29/07/2019 | 08:53

Also there are many apps that might prevent a laptop from overheating, like CPU Cooling Master, for example, and many others. They can be easily found on any of the torrent sites. You can take a look at Legaltorrents.com, there's a whole list.

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by: chaaaan
on: 29/07/2019 | 18:26
Thanks 😀 for the tip
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by: alexmccarthy1212
on: 03/08/2019 | 18:44
Make sure the fan intakes are not covered
Message 17 of 19
by: haseebhejazi
on: 05/08/2019 | 23:30 edited: 05/08/2019 | 23:33

Thanks for the good information again I did comment

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by: pete2009
on: 06/08/2019 | 06:25

Thanks for the tip. I also have a try with a built in fan ( powered from the USB port ) for my laptop to sit in. It works well and also protects me from burning.

Cheers

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