Laptop cooling. Is your laptop or computer overheating? Avoid its damage!

  • How do I know if my computer is overheating?
  • What is the optimal temperature of the device?
  • What damage will an overheat cause to the computer to?
  • How can we help you?
Laptop overheating, computer overheating

On hot summer days, your device is also warm. There is a risk of permanent damage if the device is overheated for a long period time. How can you prevent the problem of overheating? What should be the optimal temperature of the device at work? We will be happy to help you and help your device cool down.

  • One of the first signs of computer overheating is also the most banal. You may feel that something is wrong with him. The hot keyboard and bottom of the device do not bode well. In most cases, you can see this phenomenon primarily on laptops and portable devices.
  • The second indicator of overheating is the cooling of the computer. When the fan is running at full speed, it tries to cool the processor, but it is not enough and therefore it is still accelerating to the highest possible speed. If the device is at full load and does not jam, everything is fine. However, if this happens at minimal load, you should be careful.
  • The third and more serious problem occurs when your computer begins to slow down. It starts freezing and restarts on its own. You should be wary of these symptoms. Because there may be a hardware failure, damage to the operating system, and in the worst case, permanent damage to the inside of your laptop or computer.


If your laptop is hot, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s overheating.

As mentioned above, the symptoms of overheating range from the most banal to those that can no longer be overlooked. The most common sign is that the fan is running at full speed. Computer performance can also be significantly reduced. Finally, your device may shut down or throw a blue screen.

The optimum temperature for a laptop under normal load should be around 50 degrees Celsius. The maximum possible temperature that a laptop can reach is usually around 100 degrees Celsius. When this temperature is reached, the device slows down and tries to prevent overheating.


Our technicians will diagnose your problem first. Cleaning the laptop and ripping the processor is recommended. As the heat-conducting paste dries, the processor is constantly heated and its efficiency decreases.

Cleaning the cooling system will also help, as dust and dirt do not help with cooling. Optimizing the system so that it does not unnecessarily burden the device hardware can also help.