Exteame overheating laptop plz help =(

SAADHERO

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my laptop GPU overheat to killer heat even desktops can't take that heat
my laptop Alienwere M18xR2
spes
CPU Core I7 3630QM 4 cores 2.40Ghz Turbo on 3.40Ghz now
GPU AMD HD 7970M 2x Crossfire
RAM 32GB DDR3 1600Mhz
HDD 1TB
SSD 64GB Samsung 840
Windows 8.1 64bit
latest AMD drivers right now 14.7
no OC

when gaming GPU 1 70 c 75 c max 80 c really cool and ideal 60 c to 64 c max
GPU 2 99 c 102 c max 110 c after 1 min gaming ideal 47 c to 52 c max
CPU max temp I saw 88 c on full load ideal 50 c to 60 c max
HDD and SDD 35 c to 40 c max
I can't use MSI afterburner anymore to monitor temp now cause I get white lines on the left of the screen and they are annoying so I have to turn MSI off to let the lines go
I use now GPU-Z and speed Fan now

this laptop is 1 year old
I didn't game since 1 week cause I don't want to melt my GPUs
so plz everyone who read this plz help I want to game in this laptop in peace (∩︵∩)
 


It's automatic, often times can't be easily disabled on laptops, and that's not what's overheating. It's OP's 2nd GPU.

@SAADHERO You need to determine what's causing such high temperatures. Chances are that the laptop needs cleaned, at least, and possibly the thermal compound needs reapplied.

You're not using the laptop on a bed or anything other than a flat surface, are you?
 


It's automatic, often times can't be easily disabled on laptops, and that's not what's overheating. It's OP's 2nd GPU.

@SAADHERO You need to determine what's causing such high temperatures. Chances are that the laptop needs cleaned, at least, and possibly the thermal compound needs reapplied.

You're not using the laptop on a bed or anything other than a flat surface, are you?
 
4/5 times that we get a laptop in for service due to thermal problems are a result of heatsinks and fans being caked with dust (and then some). Though compound usually takes awhile to degrade, it can happen with some of the cheaper options, and if the application was bad from factory (happens a lot), that can also cause overheating.

So be sure to either check the fans, heatsinks, and compound yourself, or have it taken care of by Dell or a professional. As long as you're not playing with clocks (overclocking) or voltage (overvolting), then it shouldn't be overheating for any other reason.
 
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