I have a laptop which does not have a graphics card, so when heavy computation processes run, all the computation has to be performed by the CPU and it's inbuilt graphics unit. Now because at times there are many tasks running side by side, the load on CPU increases and it gets hotter, and after a threshold point, it gets shutdown instantly in a fraction of second. I clean the fan every week to make sure there is no dust that blocks the passing of warm air out; but I want a better solution. What can I add to my hardware on top of the current heat sink to make sure the cooling becomes more efficient?
Please avoid answers like keep a cooling fan under laptop as a solution. Need a hardware solution if there's any.
I have a Dell 15R Inspiron core i5 Arrandale processor.