One of the most common problems with aging laptops is overheating, which many people do not know how to solve.
The overheating of a laptop may be caused by several factors:
1. Dust and other strange objects inside the radiator. 2. Bad design of airflow. 3. Thermal buffers (applied on some models of laptops) that create a big gap between the GPU, the processor and the heatsink.
In this guide, I will help you understand what causes heat and how to keep your laptop cooler.

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No airflow means no heat transfer, so you will need to disassemble your laptop and find the location of the heatsink and fan, remove it from the laptop and clean it .
tampons or thermal paste to improve health transfer.
On models of laptops that use thermal buffers, you can change the buffers with copper wedges and you will improve considerably.

This is an HP DV6000, before cleaning, it restarts after 5 minutes of use.

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