Laptop Touchpad Heatin Up


#1

i have noticed that the touchpad of my laptop heats up alot even though the temperature in the bios sensors show only 24 C is there any reaso for it heatin up?


#2

It is normal. Most of the laptops have the hard disk located under or around touch pad. So its normal. :) My laptop's hard disk is located to the left side of touch pad, on the down side of course but I can feel the touch pad getting warm after a few hours of usage.


#3

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It is normal. Most of the laptops have the hard disk located under or around touch pad. So its normal. :) My laptop’s hard disk is located to the left side of touch pad, on the down side of course but I can feel the touch pad getting warm after a few hours of usage.
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thnx for the tip my laptops hard drive is also in a similar position


#4

man i am worry about my processor it goes to like 66 C and at same place desktop pc hardly goes over 40......


#5

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man i am worry about my processor it goes to like 66 C and at same place desktop pc hardly goes over 40…
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does ur laptop fan spin up at full speed to cool down the processor?


#6

yes yes when it goes to over 65 it goes crazy....why?


#7

to cool your laptops i suggest getting a cooling docking stations>>traditionaly they provide extra firewall usb and sometimes cdrom drives but some are available with extra fans underneath them to cool the laptops>>


#8

Or get a Notepal by CoolerMaster (Check with Galaxy)


#9

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man i am worry about my processor it goes to like 66 C and at same place desktop pc hardly goes over 40…
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well just a thought may be that u r using laptop by placing on a soft surface like a sofa or bed and the vents are blocked. If you are use it on the hard surface like a tabletop and see if that makes a difference. I have an AMD and it actually runs cooler than my desktop in the same room