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jake765111

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  1. Hello everyone, My laptop is saying its core temps are around 220f. I took it apart and cleaned it and replaced the thermal past. It does not feel hot to the touch. What should it do? Any suggestions welcome. Thankyou It is a dell 15 5000 with an AMD A10 Could it be a bad sensor? It does not seem to be overheating at all. Is it safe to use my laptop? Thankyou
  2. Hello everyone, My laptop is saying its core temps are around 220f. I took it apart and cleaned it and replaced the thermal past. It does not feel hot to the touch. What should it do? Any suggestions welcome. Thankyou It is a dell 15 5000 with an AMD A10 Could it be a bad sensor? It does not seem to be overheating at all
  3. That makes sense. Would another software show a accurate temp? Thanks!
  4. Hello everyone, My laptop seems to be running hot. Core temps around 100c while just browsing the web. Laptop is not that hot to the touch. Fan is working fine. What should I do? Thanks Dell Inspiron 15 5000 series. CPU is a amd A10
  5. Thankyou very much! I will check it out!
  6. I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions on a free and safe driver update software for windows 10. Thanks!
  7. I have a school macbook. If i plug in a external SSD is there anyway i could boot to that thanks!
  8. Honestly, i have no idea, anyway to reinstall them?
  9. You could be surprised on how much a GPU update can help
  10. Any way to see if they are updated?
  11. What do you use for your drivers?
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