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Niko44684
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Overheating fix

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Hello everyone sorry for my bad english.I need help with something.Um i wanna fix my cpu overheating i tryied to set fan speed in bios but i couldnt there is just thermal section with current fan speeds but no setting or something i tryed hwinfo and speedfan and lot of other programs but didnt work.so if someone was in this kind of a situation please tell me how can i fix it and i dont wanna see tips like clean your pc from dust and stuff like that i already did that but didnt helped.so yes thank you 🙂 have a nice day.

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ub6424
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Hello @Niko44684 

 

Sorry to hear that you are having problems ... 

 

To help you I need to know the product number (p/n) of your notebook !

 

You will find this information on the back/rear of your notebook in small alphanumeric letters.

The product number (p/n) is legally allowed information about the computer. This is not sensitive data.

It is allowed to publish it in public.

 

or

 

press [windows key] + r

( run command )

msinfo32

copy / paste the System SKU value and BIOS Version/Date value

msinfo32msinfo32

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ub6424
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Hello @Niko44684 

 

Sorry to hear that you are having problems ... 

 

To help you I need to know the product number (p/n) of your notebook !

 

You will find this information on the back/rear of your notebook in small alphanumeric letters.

The product number (p/n) is legally allowed information about the computer. This is not sensitive data.

It is allowed to publish it in public.

 

or

 

press [windows key] + r

( run command )

msinfo32

copy / paste the System SKU value and BIOS Version/Date value

msinfo32msinfo32

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Prométhée
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hi

@Niko44684 

your computer, is this one?

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-pavilion-desktop-pc-595-p0000a/19390512/model/29964962/docum...
what you don't say, what is the maximum temperature of your processor, and if it is with certain games?

Indeed, if you have already carried out a thorough cleaning, there are not many options left.
If the processor overheats, it remains to check / replace the thermal paste, which may be too old, worn out
it is possible that the computer is not suitable for the use that is made, if original:

 

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ok so idk how it worked but i unchecked this thing and temps dropped from 85celsius to 73... hope it won't damage something 

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ub6424
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@Niko44684 wrote:

ok so idk how it worked but i unchecked this thing and temps dropped from 85celsius to 73... hope it won't damage something 

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This option only speeds up windows <boot> process and has no effect on the behavior when you work in Windows.

There all CPU cores are used by default.

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ub6424
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Hello @Niko44684 

 

Use HP Software and drivers:

Software and drivers for HP Pavilion 595-p0018nc

 

Contact HP Support and ask if bios update is required in your case.

 

Good luck

 

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