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I've had this issue on 4 occasions, since having several laptops since 2007. It didn't matter what brand(Toshiba, HP, Dell, ASUS) Everything you're talking about is plausible. My situation was resolved in the following way. As much as I have taken on board ALL the comments that OTHER people have also suggested, realistically all the 4 occasions were ...


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Have you cleaned inside the fan itself? You can screw the top off. Most of the time there is dust on the inside of the cooling raster that prevents the air from blowing through the metal to cool it.


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This is a matter of resource usage that generates the heat. As alluded to in comments, PhpStorm takes a lot of resources and CPU usage. This in turn means your CPU needs to run and generate heat to process the requirements. This is a side effect of resource-intense programs, and unfortunately there's no good solutions to this problem. (Windows is plagued ...


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XSensors - hardware health information viewer XSensors reads data from the libsensors library regarding hardware health such as temperature, voltage and fan speed and displays the information in a digital read-out. Open the terminal and type: sudo apt-get install xsensors lm-sensors Then detect your computer's hardware sensors by opening the terminal ...


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A good indicator for monitoring temperature, fan speeds and voltage is psensor. It shows output of all sensors, draws graphs. Also selected outputs can be placed in indicator panel. It can be installed from Ubuntu repositories by sudo apt-get install psensor Newer versions of psensor can be installed from ppa: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jfi/ppa sudo ...


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After you install lm-sensors: sudo apt-get install lm-sensors run: sudo sensors-detect you can run the following command to view hardware temps: watch -n 1 sensors Also, the fan is usually controled by BIOS.



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