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firemage22

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I've got a MSI 735 with a geforce 7600, AMD Turion 64 x2 TL-66, and she keep crashing when i run higher end games i have a Zalman NC-2000 under it now and that has helped but some games still drive up the temp are there any methods that i could use to lower the temps even more?

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Try your best to run your laptop in an air conditioned room and try to keep AS MUCH room away from the vent to reduce maximum hot air. If it still overheats, then...underclock your laptop is all i can say :)

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I was more considering checking the internal cooling compounds

any ideas on that?

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Unfortunately i dont know any way to provide cooling to chips insde of your computer. Thats why people say that "overclocking could risk to overheating even with an external cooler". The GPU is in deep inside your CPU so unless you magically find a way to expose that part to fresh air, you cannot reduce temp inside of the laptop. And plus, if you take your laptop apart it wont work anymore.

Your laptop shud be fine if its around 40~50degrees on idle.

Try to ask around and google to find a right answer but im sure that you cant cool internal components..or else overclocking for laptop would be 100% recommended.

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Not even over clocking her, just felt that the people around here might know the best way to keep it more in check.......... Also it's a barebones "whitebox" type i can access the cpu and internals with only the removal of one pannel and since i got her without an os, only the parts are covered, i can do anything i want with the system mod wise.

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what is your temp? how do you even know that its overheating... my gpu rises up to 92c but it never crashes

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