Acer :: Laptop Overheating, BAD! 80-90*C

Jan 6, 2009

I decided to run CUPID Hardware Moniter and Im getting AMD core temps of 80*C , GPU of 92 ! These are celcious! Like randomly I would hear a wirring sound in my laptop and everything would go soooooooo slowwwww , like huge lag spikes... Thats why I figured if I installed Vista x64 + got 4 gigs of ram it would fix it... but I think my problem is temperature... Besides cleaning out the fans how can I fix this?

I run my laptop 24/7, its my "desktop" It sits on wooden surface so theres no blockage of air flow?

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Now, the machine isn't overheating. SpeedFan and a few other CPU temp utilities are showing the CPU to be around 45*c when the machine is randomly shutting down. 45c is not what I'd consider hot for a Turion x2.

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Anyway I have a few niggles and some bigger issues with it:

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It ran Modern Warfare 1 but again, for less than 10 minutes before shutting off.

I have it on a wooden desk, so there's not much air circulating under the laptop. I tried propping it higher up with various things but to no avail.

I don't quite understand what I can do... what's the point in getting a decent graphics card in a high powered PC (my PC before was a P Celeron with 256MB RAM ) if it's not going to be able to run it fast due to overheating..? I'm a little at lost.

2) and that's mostly a niggle... I used Media Monkey as my media player, and PlayMovie as my DVD player.

Whenever I have a DVD in the player, and I use MediaMonkey, the play/pause media key brings up the Windows Media Player to start playing the DVD. It's very frustrating as I have something in the DVD player most of the time and I basically play music out of it whenever it's even on. I'd uninstall WMP but that's basically impossible...

So I'd love to be able to use that media key without anything popping up to full screen and making everything else lag, if it's possible...

The irony there is that while Ubuntu didn't see those media keys at first, a little script later with the help of the Ubuntu forum and they now work BETTER with any media player.

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So I really don't know what to do, this fps drops are really annoying. I've tried:

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-Defrag my hdd [Nothing changes]
-Updated my bios [The problem still persist]
-Turning off vertical sync and other various settings on the Nvidia control panel.

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