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    Unhappy Laptop mainlevel from 50 when start to 60-75


    Hi!

    I have this laptop.
    When i start it up and just wait 15 mins or something(maybe more. haven't really looked how long time), it heat is like 50C, and if i start up the internet, and surfs around. maybe play some small games, if goes up to like 75C. Right now.. I have been searching on google for like a hour, and tried 2 or 3 things,, the heat is 71C.
    Earlier today I saw it just reached 83C. But just for a sec.
    I have tried Speedfan, but cant make it work(If it works to this laptop, please help), and have tried.. another one. but it was for nvidia..

    I have got this laptop in like.. 7 months. Haven't cleaned out the fan, but it cant be that. or?
    My laptop information is:
    Model: HP Pavilion dv7 Notebook PC
    Windows Vista Home Premium
    Processor: AMD Turion(tm) X2 Dual-Core Mobile RM-70 2.00GHz
    32bit.
    ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3450
    Out of 288 GB Harddisk 79,5 is not used.

    (I don't know if you need more information. If so. Say it)

    Do you know any programs to speed up the fans? Or any other ideas? I really don't know what I could do. All solutions will be appreciated!
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    Haven't cleaned out the fan, but it cant be that.
    Why can't it be that?
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    The temperatures that you are describing aren't cause for alarm. I wouldn't be surprised if my laptop runs at those temperatures as well.
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    Originally Posted by ctardi
    Why can't it be that?
    its not that old. and its pretty clean here.
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    Originally Posted by misterdanny
    The temperatures that you are describing aren't cause for alarm. I wouldn't be surprised if my laptop runs at those temperatures as well.
    Okay. Glad to hear that. Just think it sounds pretty high
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    Originally Posted by Leeboy
    its not that old. and its pretty clean here.
    You'd be surprised by how quickly a computer sucks up dust and other crap!
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    Originally Posted by ctardi
    You'd be surprised by how quickly a computer sucks up dust and other crap!
    You're rigth :s I was like.. What?!
    Haven't tested how hot it is now, but think it made a different.

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