Introduction

If your laptop overheats, you must open it, clean the cooling system and replace the CPU thermal paste.


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Image 1/2: Remove 17x Philips screws. Image 2/2: Remove 17x Philips screws.
  • Switch-off the Laptop.

  • Remove 17x Philips screws.

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Image 1/3: Use plastic tools to avoid damaging the cover. Image 2/3: Use plastic tools to avoid damaging the cover. Image 3/3: Use plastic tools to avoid damaging the cover.
  • Start opening from the SD Memory Card hole

  • Use plastic tools to avoid damaging the cover.

Love the tutorial man...but this is the most moronic thing I've ever seen...you can take batery out of laptop 15 years old in a flash, while here you have to disassemble the whole %#*@ laptop...only idiots can come up with something like that

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Image 1/2: Remove the three screws from the CPU cooler and one from the Fan module. Image 2/2: When you change the Cooling system, you must clean the processor from old thermal compound and put new.
  • Disconnect the Fan cable.

  • Remove the three screws from the CPU cooler and one from the Fan module.

  • When you change the Cooling system, you must clean the processor from old thermal compound and put new.

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Image 1/3: If the thermal compound is solidified, you can use a flat end of any plastic tool to scrape it off. Image 2/3: Use again cloth with isopropyl alcohol to clean the Thermal surface. Image 3/3: Use again cloth with isopropyl alcohol to clean the Thermal surface.
  • Use a lint-free cloth to clean the old thermal compound.

  • If the thermal compound is solidified, you can use a flat end of any plastic tool to scrape it off.

  • Use again cloth with isopropyl alcohol to clean the Thermal surface.

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Image 1/3: Use a soft brush and clean the Fan and the Cooler. Image 2/3: Use a soft brush and clean the Fan and the Cooler. Image 3/3: Use a soft brush and clean the Fan and the Cooler.
  • Remove the 3x Phillips screws and open the Fan case.

  • Use a soft brush and clean the Fan and the Cooler.

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Image 1/3: Be carefully,if you don't want to break the CPU. Image 2/3: Dispense a small amount of thermal compound and gently smear it over the entire processor surface. Image 3/3: Dispense a small amount of thermal compound and gently smear it over the entire processor surface.
  • Use the same technic to clean the surface of the processor from the old thermal compound

  • Be carefully,if you don't want to break the CPU.

  • Dispense a small amount of thermal compound and gently smear it over the entire processor surface.

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  • Careful install the Cooling system with even pressure from all sides, and the bead that you placed on the surface will spread over the entire contact surface.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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