1.固件是指驱动吗？ 驱动的话 我已经在dell官网和英特尔官网的自动驱动更新了最新的驱动。。。。。。。但是没用，电脑CPU最高的温度为70左右还是到不了以前的80度。
2.系统是最新win10正式版版14393.447，如果通过下一波微软补丁更新会不会恢复？ 或者说等下一轮的大版本更新算不算重装？ 难道一定非要重装吗，重装实在太麻烦。
2最近把笔记本里的32G三星msata的ssd换成了 128G三星msata的ssd 850evo 两块的ssd的电压 电流好像是不同的。
Your best support will be with your computer manufacturer as they are more familiar with your system configuration and how all the components interact with each other.
Please bear in mind that your Intel® Core™ i7-4510U Processor can support up to 100°C, the T-junction average temperature is among the different digital sensors located inside the processor DIE. This is the thermal specification used for lap top processors and 100°C or bellow that it is fine, if it goes above 100°C then you have a critical overheating problem.
You can run the Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool, if there is anything wrong with the processor this software will detect it.
我使用了您提供的方法，以下是运行Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool 时的CPU 任务管理器和 软件的截图
这次CPU主频被强制限制在1.98GHz 当时鲁大师测试的CPU 温度最高为72℃ 无法上去
而原来i7 4510U的主频最高为2GHz 睿频为3.1GHz 。
I can see a CPU usage of 100%, does this happens when running the Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool or it happens at any moment? The frequency is ok, the issue is with the processor utilization.
There are a ton of different possibilities of why your CPU load is constantly at 100%. Is there a lot of bloat-ware on your computer? Bloat-ware are programs that are installed by the manufacturer that most people don't use and can slow down a PC or make the CPU work harder than it should. Most likely, having a bunch of different tasks running is probably the problem. The solution would be to uninstall unneeded software and then see where that takes you.
Please bear in mind that Laptop manufacturers customize and validate hardware and software for a whole system. If you're experiencing issues with your laptop, contact the manufacturer or visit their support website for updated system BIOS, drivers, and solutions to common problems. See laptop vendor support for more information.
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I’m sorry but in this case you need to contact your system manufacturer as they are more familiar with your system and how the components interact with each other. They will be able to help you maybe with BIOS configuration or something similar.
From our end if the Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool passes the processor is fine, that temperature should be ok for your processor, for Intel® processors if the system is overheating too much the system will shut down or reboot to prevent damage to your system. This often occurs if your system CPU is over-clocked (sped up past the recommended speed limits). The BIOS usually reports if a thermal event has occurred.
I’m sorry at this point if you purchased your computer from a computer manufacturer such as Gateway*, Dell* etc. Contact your system manufacturer if you are experiencing any overheating issue