Help with overheating package tempature?

TinySkitty

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My package temperature on HWmonitor is saying a huge 105c... i'm highly worred since this is without any games running... Since some say this is way to high...

But i don't know how to fix, other then trying to cool my laptop... Since its really hot where i am and a fan isn't cutting it. I'm worried since i do most of my work/art on my pc to make money... so i cant have it give out on me...

ps. the Assembly is 33c and the gbu is 55c i think. so i don't know anything about this... i just want maybe some insight or something.

My computer is a Dell, but i have no idea what type it may be. the only sticker i have left on it. is a AMD-A10?

Edit:

It seems to go down to about 95c - 98c when nothing really is running. If a game is running it pops to a 109c...
 

parker_307

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dont worrk just follow all of the steps in the video and you will be ok. and take pictures along the way so you know where stuff goes i did the same to my laptop and i was scared too but i did it and i sucseeded.
but id wear this when you do it to prevent damage to your comp with static electricity.
https://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-Anti-Static-Components-RTK-002-Yellow/dp/B004N8ZQKY
 

parker_307

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may i ask what make and model your computer is? also do you have cats it way seem like a wierd question ut cat hair can get stuck in the vents and the exaust.
 

TinySkitty

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I really don't know... but i looked under my computer at the small stripe of words. Seeing it might be a inspiration 15-5545? with a model number of P39f. If those might be the right numbers.

Yes we have cats, but i normally don't let them inside my room, but their hair seems to get on everything anyways. We have four of them.

 

parker_307

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that would be the reason all the cat hair and dust gets stuck in the heatsync.
here watch how to clean the fan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xx-hbkuWrOk
how to clean the heatsync https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrHBmoud7BM
 

TinySkitty

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Yah... I wish i could clean it myself, but i'm not very good with computers and know my fright of breaking things will prob get in the way. I think i will try to convince my mother to get it checked out to be safe. I'll make sure to tell them about the heat and the cats, to see if that's the problem.

I really don't know what a hotsink is... but that's the area with all the power components. so that's at least where my heat is coming from. So i'll make sure i tell this if i can. Thank you so much for replying though!

 

parker_307

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dont worrk just follow all of the steps in the video and you will be ok. and take pictures along the way so you know where stuff goes i did the same to my laptop and i was scared too but i did it and i sucseeded.
but id wear this when you do it to prevent damage to your comp with static electricity.
https://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-Anti-Static-Components-RTK-002-Yellow/dp/B004N8ZQKY
 
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