My Laptop is malfunctioning. It can't balance the fan use that's on the CPU.
What's happening: When I use my laptop normally, at a Max CPU usage set to 50% or lower, the fan kicks on everytime as soon as the CPU temperature is reaching 70 C, and goes quiet again when it hits roughly 60 C on at least one of the 4 cores.
However, when I increase the Max CPU usage to anything above 50%, the voltage is higher (I measure using HWINFO), from 0.7-0.8V to 1.0V, and it runs just fine. But, the fan doesn't kick on as it does at a lower CPU Max %, and so as a result, it goes all the way up to 90 C, even hit 100 C once, and obviously it just shut down to prevent any damage to the CPU.
I'm going to contact Intel, but in the meantime, do any of you know what's going on with my laptop?
i7-2630QM 4 core 8 threads
4 GB DDR3
Windows 10 64 Bit (not activated)
Packard Bell EasyNote TS11-HR-658NCD
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