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Hello dear guys wish to be good all i have a problem with my CPU and wanted to mention here and get your suggestions

i have asus n580 and bought last year
i had p3d v4 (its flight simulator) and every thing was great performance good but 6 months ago
I installed P3D V5 (its flight simulator also) and after that, i got this problem that my cpu will overheat and limit my performance
i changed my windows but nothing worked there
when i run flight simulator all of the usage will be on CPU0 and will full it up to 99% temp will be overheat and CPU frequency will drop.
what i should do
if i use thermal grease my problem will be solve?
(also i made a check for fans that they are working ok)



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OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit, Build 19042, Installed 20210104231834.000000+210
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8750H CPU @ 2.20GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 10, CPU Count: 12
Total Physical RAM: 12 GB
Graphics Card: Intel(R) UHD Graphics 630, 1024 MB
Hard Drives: C: 237 GB (120 GB Free); D: 460 GB (382 GB Free); E: 470 GB (312 GB Free);
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Since it is a laptop, you might try a laptop cooling pad. Other than that though, not much you can do. A laptop has a whole slew of heat generating components crammed into a tiny space. As such, they get hot.
 

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Since it is a laptop, you might try a laptop cooling pad. Other than that though, not much you can do. A laptop has a whole slew of heat generating components crammed into a tiny space. As such, they get hot.
but before it was great ...
suddenly this happened
and you think that thermal grease is not effective?
 
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Rather doubtful on a year old laptop.

If you live in a dusty environment it could probably use an internal cleaning.

Are you using it in your lap, or on a pillow, blanket or other soft surface that inhibits airflow through the laptop's vents?

What about the ambient temperature in the room? If warm, like 80°F or warmer, that isn't helping matters.

If it's still under warranty you could try that route.
 

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Rather doubtful on a year old laptop.

If you live in a dusty environment it could probably use an internal cleaning.

Are you using it in your lap, or on a pillow, blanket or other soft surface that inhibits airflow through the laptop's vents?

What about the ambient temperature in the room? If warm, like 80°F or warmer, that isn't helping matters.

If it's still under warranty you could try that route.
Dear unfortunately warranty passed about 3 months ago,i am living in a humid position and when using my laptop it's on desk and i will make a vent with putting it on book to make a 30 degree vents .with thermal grease can i have chance to make this problem solve?
or its from software ..
cause i know my CPUs are healthy.
 
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If you have experience changing the thermal grease in laptops, it wouldn't hurt to try.

As far as determining if Windows is to blame, you could temporarily boot and run a different Operating System, exercise it extensively and see how hot she runs.
 

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If you have experience changing the thermal grease in laptops, it wouldn't hurt to try.

As far as determining if Windows is to blame, you could temporarily boot and run a different Operating System, exercise it extensively and see how hot she runs.
but with changing windows nothing changed and i think i should check thermal grease thanks for your kind response
 
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