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bigorder
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Lenovo y50-7- overheating

Hello.My laptop was getting 90-95 degrees.I gave it to guarentee.Now its getting 100 degrees.They said we cleaned fan vs.But it didnt work.Why ı am getting 100 degrees in every game (gta 5 or youtubers life)

AyubZar
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Re: Lenovo y50-7- overheating

Y50 has really good specs, but it is a poorly designed laptop. To lower the temps, you can replace original thermal paste on CPU and GPU with:

 

https://www.amazon.com/Arctic-Silver-AS5-3-5G-Thermal-Paste/dp/B000OGX5AM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=146...

 

This should lower it down to 70ish C under stress. Also another thing you can do is to remove the dust protective cover/cloth on the back. This means more dust, but better flow of the air (will also lower down some temperature).

 

Going even further you can buy a laptop stand/fan that can constantly blow some air to keep things cool.

 

Warning: If it heats up a lot while charging while system is idle, you need to send it back to lenovo.  

bigorder
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Re: Lenovo y50-7- overheating

While idle (surfing internet) it can be 60 sometimes 70 degrees.And İf ı repaste will ı have problem about guarentee?
AyubZar
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Re: Lenovo y50-7- overheating

Yes, you may void the warranty, sadly it is true

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