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I would look at purchasing a bigger tune if it is available with the car. That should bump it up easily and not need much additional modification to keep the cost down. An upgraded turbo might help as well. Hope this helps.
Help with HP Photosmart c5380?
open these picture with photosmart software if you installed that ( cd HP Photosmart c5380) when you print a photo press button zoom out (printer button) - Zooms out to show more of a photo. If you press this button when a photo is shown on the display at 100%, the Fit to Page feature is applied to the photo automatically. Good luck !
Parts to Increase HP on 350z?
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Is this HP laptop any good?
That computer does sound great for what you want to do. I do agree with the first reply that an Intel is better than AMD but it still isnt horrible. And 750GB on a laptop is great! I think this is a good option for you.
HP Dv6000 Overheating Issue?
As you've stated, and you are not going to like my answer I do not think, there is a common fault with these laptops, and about 6 years ago at a computer shop I worked at we would see these very frequently. The machine model actually had an official recall, and it was caused by the graphics chip overheating.We did offer our customers a fairly non-recommended 'fix', which involved overheating the chip and effectively "reballing" it, which potentially gave the machine a bit more life, but inevitably they would die again and we offered absolutely no guarantee anything would be resolved. I do not recommend you do this, but we saw a large percentage of them come back to life, if only temporarily. Most of these cases would not go to the BIOS screen like yours seems to be, but would turn on and sit on a black screen for a very long time.The thermal paste should not have caused too much of an issue, although not recommended, it is heat conductive and should not have made a problem (depending on how much you used). The rubber pad likely absorbs more heat than the paste would have.Honestly, it's hard to recommend a solution, as the laptop does have this fault and, whether it's coincidence or causation, it has occurred now. You can try booting to Windows, you are unlikely to do any further harm as such. Really though, I think the laptop has served you well not to fail after this long.Try and boot to Windows, if it still works, great. If it does not , like I say, off the record we used to force these machines to overheat with the screen off, but I do not recommend you do this at all and the risks outweigh the possible positives. I would cut my losses and look into a replacement.To answer your questions from your answer:Actually, the BIOS probably generates a lot more heat than usual, as it rarely has any power save functionality, especially for the GPU. As such it usually does not downclock or undervolt, although it would not be running at a particularly high load. It does seem very coincidental to the point it does seem relevant. Really it's almost impossible to know, and I can not really suggest anything. Perhaps it did not cool quite as efficiently as the previous fan, I just do not know. I would see if it boots up, if so make sure all your backups are up to date and prepare for the worst
How to tune motorcycle for hp?
you did not say the make model or year