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How to access cpu Lenovo c260 and maintain all components in their place to put thermal paste

2019-05-02, 19:30 PM

I'm not an Engineer, Lenovo c260 is over heated 

my computer overheats, a solution I've seen on the internet is to add thermal paste to the cpu processor, inside Lenovo c260, but when I open it inside I do not see and I do not know where it is and I want to keep the cables in place and that everything works correctly, How I can access to CPU c260 cpu processor to find cpu and add thermal paste, How I do to lower computer temperature

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Re: How to access cpu Lenovo c260 and maintain all components in their place to put thermal paste

2019-05-02, 21:12 PM

Hi Solution11,

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

It would be on the other side so removal of the systemboard may be needed. Here is the hardware manual that you can review and as shown on page 37 is the heat sink assembly removal. You may use this video part removal guide as added reference too.

 

I hope this helps answer your query.

 

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Re: How to access cpu Lenovo c260 and maintain all components in their place to put thermal paste

2019-05-02, 20:08 PM
That´s a good way to lower cpus temperature, to remove old thermal paste and to add a fresh one, can you please provide more photos of your mother board, from both sides and also a full view of the opened computer?

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Re: How to access cpu Lenovo c260 and maintain all components in their place to put thermal paste

2019-05-02, 21:12 PM

Hi Solution11,

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

It would be on the other side so removal of the systemboard may be needed. Here is the hardware manual that you can review and as shown on page 37 is the heat sink assembly removal. You may use this video part removal guide as added reference too.

 

I hope this helps answer your query.

 

Regards

 



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