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Gateway M-6337 BIOS Mod & Help Reducing Temperatures
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OK so I abandoned windows 7 and 32bit operating systems, because Microsoft turned windows 7 into a support nightmare and daz3d's IRay rendering system is now only available on the 64bit version. 
Now I'm running windows 8.1 x64 it's way more stable, but still overheats at 100% cpu power. And I cleaned the entire laptop internally before I started using it. I'd like to over-clock it but that could just make the overheating worse. I think I should start by reapplying new thermal paste I noticed it has none (even though I've never had a pc overheating because it had none) but after that I'll try whatever it takes to stabilize and overclock the cpu.

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(10-15-2021, 04:05 AM)jace1 Wrote: OK so I abandoned windows 7 and 32bit operating systems, because Microsoft turned windows 7 into a support nightmare and daz3d's IRay rendering system is now only available on the 64bit version. 
Now I'm running windows 8.1 x64 it's way more stable, but still overheats at 100% cpu power. And I cleaned the entire laptop internally before I started using it. I'd like to over-clock it but that could just make the overheating worse. I think I should start by reapplying new thermal paste I noticed it has none (even though I've never had a pc overheating because it had none) but after that I'll try whatever it takes to stabilize and overclock the cpu.

Okay, so bringing down temperatures is priority #1 and then squeezing out any possible performance gains after that is priority #2.

Thermal paste is 1000% required for keeping your CPU cool. When the heatsink and top of the CPU make contact, there are lots of gaps, bumps, holes that prevent there being 100% metal contact between the two surfaces, which interferes with heat dispersal onto the heatsink. The thermal paste fills in those gaps, allowing for much more efficient transfer of heat. Watch videos on YouTube about how to do this properly.

Since you've cleared out the CPU fan AND heatsink with compressed air (very important steps to follow exactly), I would now check to make sure that the fan is running when temperatures get high (those fans can go out and I don't trust 100% of notebooks to detect that and shut down the computer).

Let me know how temps are after applying thermal paste, confirming you've properly cleared out both the CPU fan AND heatsink with a can of compressed air, and verified that the CPU fan is in fact actually running.

Then we can talk next steps.

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