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HP Omen 15-dc1013nu
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello, my HP OMEN started increasing high CPU temperatures(97-98 degrees) and the freaquency constantly keep 4GHz in every situatiin(Gaming, working and also in idle). What can i do to lower this temperatures? I am thinkin about undervolt the CPU, because the notebook is still in warranty and i cant open it to change the thermal paste, but i dont know how to do it. 

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@Maximovv , welcome to the forum.

 

Here is guide for Omen Command Center: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05387497

 

You should look to see what features your model has available.  It shows that you have Performance Control with Thermal Control.  This may solve your problem.

 

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The notebook is alwayn on Performance mode, but i think i dont have Thermal control.

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@Maximovv 

 

It may be different in your Country.  The only other suggestion that I have is download the latest version of Omen Command Center to see if it has the Thermal Control.  Otherwise, you may want to buy a Cooling Pad.



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I am using latest Coomand Center. Also using cooling pad but there is no difference when the pad is on or off. The temperatures are same.

 

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@Maximovv 

 

This is a difficult one to diagnose.  If the cooling pad is not making a difference and I don't believe that you can under-volt your processor in the BIOS/UEFI, you may have to open the case to change the thermal paste.  Also, make certain that you keep all of the vents clean.



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