Dell :: XPS M1730 Overheating Fix
My XPS M1730 (Core2 Extreme, 8800M GTX SLI) started overheating about a year ago, especially if playing a game. I noticed that the air coming out if the back of the unit was getting extremely hot and it would lock up if I played certain games.
I ended up disassembling it ( **XPS M1730 Disassembly Guide** ) and found that the heat exchanger fins were completely clogged with lint.
I cleaned the layer of lint and dust off of them (it was like a layer of thin gray felt) and the laptop worked fine again. Since then I clean them every six months.
I just did it today and figured I'd post some pics of the fins after six months of use. At this point the laptop still works fine, but the air coming out of the back of it is noticeably hotter than it is with clean/clear fins, especially if playing games .....
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I don't know if I shoudl be posting this in the M4400 thread, so please accept my apologies if it should be.
I'm a proud M4400 owner, and have been for a while now. However, I just installed Win7 x64 (upgrade from Vista x64), and the first thing I did was install RMClock then undervolt it. I'm very familiar with doing this, and with overclocking/undervolting in general (my PC is a 4.5GHz Q9650!).
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Dell :: XPS M1530 Sound And Overheating
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2. Overheating....just to keep it short: 20 mins of gaming brings up my temps to the ridiculous ~100C CPU and abt the same for GPU + emergency shutdown . My guess is bad/badly mounted heatsink. Was anybody able to resolve an issue like that with dell?
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I have sent my laptop off 3 times to HP to have it repaired and its just came back and is running at 197.6 degrees when playing 720p videos. It got hot enough to char a piece of paper that was sitting next to it on my desk, almost starting a fire if I wasn't there.
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In the upper left corner of the laptop there's the fan that cools down the whole thing.
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Acer :: Extensa Overheating
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I purchase an acer laptop 2 years ago for gaming. The specs are Intel Core duo 1.83ghz, ATi Mobility Radeon X1600 Video memory 256MB, 512 RAM (which I upgrade to 2GB).
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Acer :: 6920g Overheating Or
Some of us know that the 6929g sometimes mostly during gaming downclocks....
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But then when i start playing cod5 my cpu starts downclocking @ 58° (hw monitor), while GPU @ 63°....
Why does this only happen while gaming when it seems that both cpu and gpu can handle much higher temps?
Combined it should reach even higher temps but it doesn't because it downclocks?
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Acer :: 5315 Overheating
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