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if your laptop has Nvidia chipset, this next lines may help you, I was having heat problems when watching any video through the internet o any local video player, cause the computer was overheating a lot, even with external cooler pads, so I search for many suggestions and finally one solution brought coolness to the coreI7 laptop which actually has a ...


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For a big server in an air-conditioned data-centre, anything above 60°C (140°F) is something to look at and above 70°C (158°F) something to worry about. For a laptop, it depends on its use and environment: If it gets too warm to comfortably keep it on your lap, buy an external passive cooler. If it's on a desk, just put a 2-3cm (1") thick book ...


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I don't know about Win7 as I don't own one, but Ubuntu's Desktop Environment (=DE) "Unity" looks pretty nice but costs very much resources. What CPU, RAM, Graphics do you have? If they are too weak this could be the cause for the heat. Does everything run fluently or are there small "hangs" as if the pc is too busy? If this was the cause, you could try ...



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