02-26-2012 05:29 PM
This is outrageous. i bought my HP Envy a little over a year ago. At first I was quite happy with it but I noticed how it got extremely hot after a few hours of operation.
I use the laptop for quite GPU intensive programs as I am a game developer. This is also the reason I bought this laptop as it had really good specs.
Lately I've spent quite a lot of time in front of the computer (this is how I make a living). Now I actually get burns on my palms.
Is there any way HP can help me or did they screw me over when I bought this machine?
And before you ask. yes, I have all the latest drivers and firmware. Also did system restore. Nothing helps. The only one to blame is the actual engineers at HP as they haven't made sure this machine can cool itself properly.
03-01-2012 02:52 PM
I just finished up taking my Envy 17 apart and cleaning out the dust (I have had it since last January). Running quick virus scan and the tem is at 61 degrees Celsius. The real test will be when I watch Netflix. That is when I see the pickup to the high 80s. If this does not fix the issue then I will try cleaning the heat sink connection to the CPU and GPU and apply new thermal paste
05-27-2012 12:03 PM
Hello can someone help me please I am having the same problem my new HP envy is getting so hot after a few hours, and I really dont know what to do. I was going to buy a cooling stand but as you have said this doesnt work I dont know what else I can do.
11-07-2012 07:42 PM - last edited on 11-07-2012 08:05 PM by KaLin0908
My left palm slowly cooks each day, I sent it to HP 3 times and it still burns after 15 min on keyboard. The more tasks I perform, the HOTTER it gets. I can't afford a new Laptop, and I am realizing after several months I can't fully close my fingers to my palms in left hand! YIKES!
The HP technicians have every excuse in the book for any type of problems with HP products! Buy another brand like Toshiba with the same or better performance, the HP ENVY 17 is not a good choice.
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11-09-2012 02:52 AM
09-21-2013 07:08 PM
Im having the same problem with my brand new HP envy its overheating in no time at all, say 73 mintutes of gameplay got it so hot i could warm up food on it. the computer speaks for itself when its overheating, not good.
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