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HP Envy 6 1105-DX Overheating Problems


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#1 LegionSMKZ

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Posted 29 December 2015 - 06:34 PM

Okay, so as a fellow tech I well understand that HP loves to release laptops with known overheating issues. From my knowledge the Envy series is just as bad as the DV series....

 

SO! I have an HP Envy 6 1105-DX laptop here. Great specs, horrible ventilation. The temps AVG. 64-68C between Temp1 and 55-60C GPU (The APU installed).

 

I have tried new TIM (Antec Formula 7) as well as verifying all vents, heatsink, and dissipation ventilation is clean and clear. Although, the temps stay the same.

 

Is this a known unfixable problem? APU requiring too much voltage for the cooling system? Basic research has shown this laptop sucks with overheating issues and it seems like there isn't a known fix. The unit also has a clean install of Windows 7 Professional x64. So we can eliminate infections causing high temps.

 

Drop your comments, lets see what everyone's got to throw in on this topic. Thanks

 

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Posted 29 December 2015 - 07:40 PM

Those temps aren't too bad... unless it is thermal throttling. You could put your laptop on a cooling table, other than that there's not much you can do.


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Posted 30 December 2015 - 10:28 AM

Those temps aren't too bad... unless it is thermal throttling. You could put your laptop on a cooling table, other than that there's not much you can do.

 

Unfortunately AND fortunately it's not my laptop. It's a service piece for a business client. Normal temps for this laptop should idle around 40-50C. I guess this is as good as it will get for him unfortunately. Terrible model architechture for heat management, the only fan port is on the bottom with the Beats symbol over it. Can't allow much airflow that way.



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Posted 30 December 2015 - 11:41 AM

Here's an idea...

 

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Posted 30 December 2015 - 02:15 PM

Here's an idea...

 

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I 100% approve!  :smash:






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