Is your Laptop overheating?

Laptop Overheating
Laptop Overheating

Laptop CPU Fan Repair – One of the most common issues with laptops is overheating. Over time dust and other debris will find its way into your laptop case and cause the laptop to overheat. 

We can remove the dust and debris from your laptop case and CPU-fan or GPU-fan, then apply new thermal paste to the laptop CPU and graphics card to keep your laptop cool. There is a small chance that the overheating of your laptop could be the fault of a broken fan. 

If you fan needs replacement, we can give you an estimated cost for your laptop fan replacement.

WE RECOMMEND THIS SERVICE IF:

  • when your laptop fan is making noise 
  • the laptop fan is on all the time 
  • your laptop gets very hot 
  • laptop randomly is shutting down
  • Fan never come on

Laptop Overheating
Laptop Overheating

Laptop Overheating Repair – One of the most common issues with laptops is overheating. Over time dust and other debris will find its way into your laptop case and cause the laptop to overheat.

Most laptops suck in cooling air through their bottoms. Uneven surfaces, like a blanket, pillow, or your lap, obstruct your laptop’s airflow. Subsequently, cooling is impaired, heat builds up, your laptop surfaces get hot, the temperature of sucked in cooling air increases, and eventually the laptop is overheating.

Laptop coolers are meant to provide additional cooling. However, getting the wrong cooler can actually make the problem worse. Before you purchase a cooler, you need to understand the flow of air into and out of your laptop. As mentioned above, most laptops suck in air for cooling from the bottom. This makes sense because warm air rises upwards. However, a cooler that sits underneath the laptop and sucks air away from it, does not contribute to laptop cooling and rather accelerates overheating.

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