If your laptop is getting too hot, it will usually turn itself off to protect the processor. If this happens too often, it could damage any number of internal components and you could be looking at a much more serious problem. Don’t worry though – we can help!
Laptops do the same thing we do to cool off – use a fan. Your CPU and GPU both produce a lot of heat that needs to be cooled properly. Your laptop’s heat sync transfers heat from your processors to the vents on the bottom and side of your laptop, which your laptop’s fan then blows out. If your fan is not working properly, the heat gets trapped inside. Take a look at a few of our notes on an overheating laptop:
If you still experience problems, bring your overheating laptop by LaptopMD+, or fill out our quote form, to get a free diagnosis and estimate.
Additional types of repairs we offer in this category: