My name is Dillon. I'm actually not new to the forum. I used to post on here under the username 'crazyman143' about 8 years ago when I was in middle school. I looked up some of my old posts, what a youngin' I was.
Anyway, nowadays in 2012 I work for a tech company where we diagnose/repair pc hardware/software, and I have a question.
I have an HP G60-445DX Notebook that has an overheating AMD Turion X2 RM-75 CPU, usually reaching around 107C when stress tested, and then powering off.
We've taken the pc apart, cleaned all vents, reapplied thermal paste, checked that all fans are working, etc. still, it's overheating. Any ideas? Just a bad CPU? Or just not capable of handling what we're throwing at it?
Thanks in advance for any advice guys