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 I recently bought this hp  15 with i5 12450 h and 1650 . after buying it was working very fine but now it only been 4 months and it been reaching up to 97 to 100 degree in dying light but its only the processor is reaching not Graphic Card I am scared and i am a student I don`t  have much money to buy another one plz give me some suggestion and when ever I try to under volt it  it says it is not unavailable  

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Hi @ghimire,

 

Welcome to HP Support Community.  


Thank you for posting your query, I will be glad to help you.

 

Heating issues can be a common problem with laptops, including the HP Victus i5 1450h and 1650. Here are some steps you can take to help alleviate the problem.

 

  • Make sure your laptop is clean: Over time, dust and debris can accumulate in your laptop's vents and fans, which can impede airflow and cause your laptop to overheat. Use compressed air to blow out any dust or debris that may be blocking the vents.
  • Use a cooling pad: A cooling pad is a simple accessory that can help keep your laptop cool by providing additional airflow. They are typically powered by USB and have fans built-in.
  • Limit resource-intensive tasks: Running programs or applications that use a lot of resources can cause your laptop's CPU to work harder, which can lead to overheating. Try to limit resource-intensive tasks, such as gaming or video editing, and close any programs that you're not using.
  • Adjust power settings: You can also adjust your laptop's power settings to help reduce overheating. Lowering the screen brightness, setting the laptop to sleep when not in use, and reducing CPU usage can all help.
  • Check for software updates: Sometimes, software bugs or glitches can cause your laptop to overheat. Check for any updates or patches for your operating system and make sure your laptop's drivers are up to date.

 

If none of these steps help alleviate the heating issue, it's possible that there may be a hardware issue with your laptop's cooling system.

 

I hope this helps. 
 

Take care and have a good day.

 

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