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If you don't want to clean out the dust in your laptop, you can always try this. I guarantee 100% that it will stop your thermal throttling.
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Originally Posted by Jidonsu View Post

If you don't want to clean out the dust in your laptop, you can always try this. I guarantee 100% that it will stop your thermal throttling.

This is brilliant and would definitely stop the throttling issue. I have a safer idea that doesnt risk shorting from the use of water. OP just needs to get a wireless keyboard and mouse and submerge the laptop in a fishtank full of mineral oil. Cooler temps and no water damage!
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Yes , its brilliant ! thanks for the suggestion .

I will clean my laptop from dust and do the proper ventilation , i will send it to a professional , he will do the disassembly and apply the thermal pastes , he will check up on the laptop and make it fresh again , and ill be getting a cooling mat as all suggested , thanks for your replies and concerns and excuse me if i sounded arrogant in some points.

I would still like to know why a gpu drop the core clocks and sometimes drop the memory clocks! What visual effects are caused by the drop in the gpu core clock , also in the memory clock!

Thank you and best regards
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Yes , its brilliant ! thanks for the suggestion .

I will clean my laptop from dust and do the proper ventilation , i will send it to a professional , he will do the disassembly and apply the thermal pastes , he will check up on the laptop and make it fresh again , and ill be getting a cooling mat as all suggested , thanks for your replies and concerns and excuse me if i sounded arrogant in some points.

I would still like to know why a gpu drop the core clocks and sometimes drop the memory clocks! What visual effects are caused by the drop in the gpu core clock , also in the memory clock!

Thank you and best regards

You could easily do this yourself and save $100. You can watch a complete guide on doing exactly what you want, here.

Your question has been answered a few times, but here is the answer again: The GPU is dropping core and memory clocks due to the inability of the heatsinks to get rid of the heat being generated by it. It throttles to keep itself from damaging itself or other components in the laptop.
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