hot laptop gets hot, New replaced fan from HP.

May 27, 2013 at 00:05:51
Specs: windows 7, i7
When you put your laptop in hibernation mode should the CPU and Motherboard get hot over a six hour period?

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#1
May 27, 2013 at 05:41:50
Define what you mean by "hot". Please post the CPU temperature reading. Also, where was the laptop sitting for those 6 hrs? was it on a hard surface like a table top or desk that allows good airflow? or a soft surface like a bed or carpet that can block the fan intakes & cause the system to heat up?

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#2
May 27, 2013 at 05:58:57
Also. explain title: "..., New replaced fan from HP."
Was the laptop opened? Who replaced the fan? Why? What was the original problem? Was the heat sink replaced? By Who? If so, was the original thermal
compound removed and replaced?
Are you sure the laptop in in hibernate? Sleep? Or are you just turning off the monitor and the system still running?
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#3
May 27, 2013 at 13:44:18
CPU i7 @ 75, motherboard 72, hard drive 74. All after turning on Laptop from hibernation mode after 6 hours. Just had HP replace fan and all seemed good then. Usually when I run laptop it never gets hotter than CPU 63, HD 58 and motherboard 63. Just wondering if the laptop sitting on a cooling pad in hibernation mode could get hot after 6 hours of idling? Plenty aeration when using it.

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