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Thermal shutdown occurred

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I was just normally booting my ROOM-TEMPURATURE laptop, and instead of booting, it went to:

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Note: Not my picture, but contains the exact same info.

8 gb DDR4 RAM, never upgraded any hardware

AMD Ryzen© 3 3200U, came with laptop

AMI BIOS F.17, latest

 

No errors beforehand

Booted normally afterwards

Anybody know what this is and how to prevent it?

Edit: getting close to another 😬CPUID HWMonitor 6_1_2020 9_46_58 AM.png

The highest recorded was 96(?).

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CPUID HWMonitor 6_1_2020 12_03_16 PM.pngMy CPU is definitely defective. I ran a Fast CPU Stress Test and it went to 98 Celsius without shutting down! Or it overrides the response. Still, during browsing with at most 9-10 tabs open, i get 50-70 degrees and 30-40 idle temp.

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Note: I am Canadian. I use Celsius.

 Edit: reaches 93° C  on startup, but did a thermal shutdown at about 23° !!!!

also on a google meet:CPUID HWMonitor 6_2_2020 10_30_41 AM.png

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Mine has been doing the same shutdown. I've even been using a cooling fan underneath laptop. To be honest I don't know a lot about laptops or CPUs and I don't know if it's part of the issue or connected in anyway but so far mine has only done it when I have the charging cord plugged into my computer and charging. It seems to do it no matter what temp CPU is but when plugged in...so far anyways for me.

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I think it is just a defect. I get it all the time, and my PC never notices. But, it got a bit better with BIOS f18.

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Maybe set the performance to low. That didn't work for me, but it might for you.

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