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HP Pavilion 590-p0030 Overheating

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HP Pavilion 590-p0030
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My HP Pavilion 590-p0030 was purchased as a floor model from BJs earlier this year.  It's apparently out of warranty even though I've owned it less than a year.  In the meantime, the system occasionally shuts down because of the HP temperature protection.  I use CoreTemp to monitor the temperature, but I don't see any issues when I'm using the PC.  It seems to happen most often when I sign a user out from Windows or overnight when nothing should be going on.  Should I purchase an additional case fan or an upgraded CPU fan?  Any recommendations?  Or should I just bite the bullet and upgrade the CPU to an I5 9400? (Currently an I3 8100).

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I have gone through your Post and would like to help


Please ensure the computer has the latest BIOS. Link:


Also follow the instructions in this Link:


If you have purchased this computer less than one year back, then you are entitled for the 1 Year HP Warranty


You can raise a Warranty Dispute from this Link:


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