Prevent Laptop from OverHeating in Best and Easy Way

A couple of months back I bought a new Core i3 laptop hoping to run more resource intensive games and applications with better functionality. While most of the applications appear to run with no problems, I have been dealing with a few thermal heating problems while playing games or running encoding tasks. For some strange reason, even reducing the affinity of this application or the sport, doesn’t remove the heating problem. I even bought a cooling pad, and tried switching to lower graphic options, but that also, has led to minimum heat reduction. So today I will share How to Prevent laptop from Overheating.

Prevent Laptop from Overheating

Prevent Laptop from Overheating


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After going through many methods of reducing system heat up, it seems that there is only one true methods that might be more effective than others to reduce the maximum processor state from the notebook’s power settings. In this post, we will tell you how to Prevent your Laptop from Overheating.

This tip might come in handy not only for gamers and those who wish to run resource intensive program in the wake of overheating laptops, but also if, for some reason, you are not able to return a notebook with a heating issues (perhaps because of warranty constraints), or are dealing with an old notebook, which won’t take the brunt any more.

Before explaining the method of reducing the most processor state, let us take a look at the logic behind reducing the maximum processor state to prevent overheating of your laptop. Reducing the most processor state for your notebook (both when it’s on battery or when the power cable is plugged in), reduces the processor’s performance a notch (depending on your settings) and keeps it from being used at optimal potential via an application or game, which will reduce thermal heating. By way of instance, if you are playing a game that’s consuming 100% of your processor’s capacity, then it could also lead to heating up your system, whereas reducing the battery power state to, say 80%, can resolve this problem, and also result in battery power conservation.

Prevent Laptop from Overheating

  • To change these settings, go to Power Options in the Control Panel or the system tray menu.
  • Now go to Change Plan Settings –> Change Advanced Power Settings.
  • In the new window that pops-up, expand Processor Power control –> Maximum processor state, and lessen the on battery and plugged in power settings. The preferences you keep will depend on your tastes and the capacity of your system.

Based on our experience, we have noticed that the laptop overheats when the processor is running at 100% processor states. Reducing the processor state by a few notches results in the decrease of temperate by 10-20 C, which leads to a minor performance dip. We used Speccy to check for temperate during testing, based on which the processor running on 95% chip state gave the identical performance (barely noticeable dip), with a drop of 10-20 C. It is possible to keep a much lower processor state (such as 80-85 percent) to be sure that your laptop heats up even less.

Therefore mentioned suggestion should easily prevent your laptop from heating up. However make sure the processor state is not reduced very low to be able to prevent reducing your chip’s performance to an undesirably low level.

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