Overheating in Samsung® Q310
All you need to know about Samsung Q310 Overheating
Samsung Q310 is a new invention of Samsung with better looks, graphics and entertainment. It provides excellent gaming experience and multimedia visual treat. The Operating System set by default in Samsung Q310 is Microsoft Windows Vista Home Edition. The processing speed and system response is incomparable.
Overheating is a major issue seen in the laptops when compared to desktop PC’s. There are wide number of reasons that cause overheating. It could be due to hardware issues as well as software issues. The presence of an incompatible hardware will definitely overheat your Samsung Q310. If the pirated software or driver is in use, the result will be system overheating. Overloaded memory or overlapped memory can also cause the system to overheat. If Samsung Q310 is placed on an uneven smooth surface, the air hole vents will be blocked preventing the system from dissipating heat.
The following explains the various possible reasons for overheating in Samsung Q310 and tips to fix and prevent such issues:
- Battery and supply issues
- Improper BIOS settings
- Hardware failure
Battery and supply issues
Any laptop functions with an in-built battery. If the battery of the Samsung Q310 is not efficient, it will lead to over heating of the laptop. If an improper adapter is used to carry the main power supply to the system, overheating can occur. If there are any fluctuations in the main power supply, it will affect the Samsung Q310 and cause overheating.
Improper BIOS settings
If the user has subjected the Samsung Q310 to any new features, it will alter the system settings. This usually happens whenever the system upgrade or update has occurred. The user might not remember to make the adequate changes in the BIOS settings. If so, the Samsung Q310 will be overheated due to insufficient BIOS configuration. Hence the user must ensure that BIOS settings are also updated with the system updates.
The Samsung Q310 has a cooling fan inside the laptop which is meant to provide the cooling effect in case the system suffers from overheat. There are small vents beneath the laptop to dissipate the heat. This is done by the cooling fan. If the cooling fan or the cooling pad is not functioning properly, it could also cause overheating in Samsung Q310.