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