that processor you have is a beast. i'm not surprised it gets that hot. what i am surprised about is that you get the performance you do... i have to admit, i think your track count is really high, but page after page of examples have popped up that all imply you're not alone in workflow, but you are in issue. that implies something else is to blame.golemus wrote:I think overheating did cause me some other problems before (more glitches in audio that there would be normally), but they are not related to this issue. Anyway, after cleaning the fan and making sure that there is no obstructions, my CPU temps are again at 70-75 celcius region. It is a bit too hot, but it shouldnt start throttling yet at that temp I guess, I am sure that most of other quad core laptops also have temps in that regionH20nly wrote:is that a radiator behind your monitor? clearly, this is an overheating issue.golemus wrote:Well it should not be this slow. I recorded this behavior on video and put it to Youtube. Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZrSnEvsNSE
And if somebody didn't see your last two lines of text, lets just state that the radiator is a bit too far away to affect the operation of the computer ;D
i think you said that you turned off Antivirus in your video, but if you leave it on, make sure you turn off any settings for 'scan on [file] creation'. one of the more ridiculous Antivirus "features" IMO.