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so after i changed my old fan for my laptop the laptop started to over heat over anything even small games so i tryed many thing to know what is the problem and i fegret out that when ever i set the system cooling police to active from the controlpanel  the fan start runing laod and the cpu gives me more power to run the games but the cpu temprerur reatch 90 and when i set it to passive the cpu start to run lower and no over heat so plz can some one tell me what can i do to spulve this 
btw the gpu temp is normal the problem onle on the cpu

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Have you tried using the old fan for your laptop? Many laptops have cooling issues due to the lack of cooling, so you can also try undervolting the CPU. This will reduce the temperatures whilst maintaining similar levels of performance.


Additionally, check if everything is working properly such as fans, and ensure that no vents are being blocked.

 

Read this for more information: https://www.pcpartguide.com/what-is-the-best-cpu-temperature/

 

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