- Intel core i5-7200U @2.5GHz, 2 Cores
- Turbo ON: -Current clock speed:3.1 GHz -min clock speed: 0.4GHz -max clock speed: 2.7GHz
- Turbo ON temperature: -low 70 C -current 95 C -high 95 C
- Turbo OFF: -Current clock speed:2.4 GHz -min clock speed: 0.4GHz -max clock speed: 2.7GHz
- Turbo OFF temperature: -low 49 C -current 49 C -high 68 C
When I have the CPU turbo on the CPU goes to max temp 95 C very quickly and the fan speeds up making a laud noise, even when a web browser is open and no power cable plugged in. The current clock speed is :3.1 GHz all the time in the bios report. In task manager the CPU goes to 3.1 GHz even for small tasks. When I have turbo mode off there is little fan noise but more when power cable is plugged in.
Should the copper heatsink be touching the two silver metal parts by the CPU? There is a gap and when I put the case back on it does not close the gap much.
Should I buy heatsink pads to put pressure onto the copper heatsink so it touches the silver metal parts when I put the case back on? Stick pads to the case so it touches the copper heatsink.
How can I stop the CPU from overheating?