Sony® VAIO CW Series Overheating
Reasons for overheating problem in Sony VAIO CW Series computers
Sony VAIO CW Series provides you a wide range of computers that are designed to give superior quality to the customers. Sony Vaio CW Series Laptops are equipped with a NVIDIA GeForce graphics card loaded with 256MB of video RAM for boosting 3D gaming performance and daily operations. So it is easy to work with HD video, large image files or graphics-hungry applications. The Intel Core i5 Processor which is available with new Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, automatically adapts to your tasks, dialing up speeds and responding to your needs. There's also Intel Hyper-Threading Technology which enables each core of the processor to concurrently work on two tasks. Multitasking has never been easier. Through HDMI output, user could experience all the content from your notebook on your HDTV. Even though Sony VAIO CW Series is properly designed with superior technology, overheating problems might occur. Every machine while working produces some amounts of heat. It might be due to some physical or software issues. Overheating might occur When dust blocks the fan and the cooling vents designed to cool your laptop. Overheating might be caused due to various reasons.
The main reasons for the overheating of Sony VAIO CW Series computers are:
- Physical causes
- Software causes
- Design causes
For a properly designed laptop, the most frequent cause of overheating is blocked air vents. The fans and air vents are designed to cool your computers. Alwayes make sue your laptop is elevated so that airflow from below is not blocked .When dust chunks the fans and air vents it might lead to overheating.
In other cases, computers get overheated if the software does not work properly. The software is designed to protect the computer by controlling the operation of cooling fans. This is due to problems in the computer’s BIOS, and will be solved by upgrading to the most recent BIOS. In some cases, upgrading or changing the computer’s Operating system could make this software to not function properly. For example, if you have upgraded from Windows ME to Windows XP, the system software designed to function the fans may no longer work properly. In other cases, replacing Windows with Linux has led to this problem if suitable Linux utilities to control laptop cooling were not installed.
Computer overheating results from poor design by the manufacturers. Some manufacturers pack desktop CPUs into laptop configurations, and do not sufficiently provide for releasing the heat that these desktop CPUs create. Others fail to supply ventilation and cooling systems appropriate for today’s CPU and video chips, which hold many more transistors than in the past and so, generate more heat.