I have an issue that I'm not quite sure why its happening, since I never had this kind of problem.
I've bought over 4 years ago, an ACER 5672 WLMi notebook with came standard with a 1.66ghz processor which about 6 months ago, was personally changed for a 1.8Ghz (T2130). I removed the old Heat Conducting Thermal Mass from the the connecting points and applied the new one on them, which was from CoolerMaster. Everything went perfectly, I removed the processor and installed the new one on the socket and made and the necessary arrangments to finish the job which all went smoothly. I tested the PC afterwards and I noticed a somewhat good output speed increase, which was expected and it turned out to be real. Since before this task and all the time until now, I have a Fan base under my laptop to keep it cool also.
Well, everything went ok, until last week. I told windows to shutdown the OS like I normally do and I went to sleep. The next morning I turned on the computer and then went to attend to other things and when I came back, the computer was OFF, which I found it wierd, but I didn't make much out of it to be honest, at the time. I sat on my chair and turned it back on to work on it, like I do every day, but after 10m of working, the computer just shuts dows completely, that's when I was very worried about it, because it NEVER died on me before... I downloaded a program to check PC temperatured and I noticed that even if I don't do anything on him, just staying on windows, like I am right now, both my Core 1 and 2, are currently at 65ºc which I don't really know if its a normal working Temp for such low activity. If I try a game, like World of Warcraft, which I used to play every day, even with the Fan base turned off, it now boosts the temp all the the way up in a mather of 2/3 minutes, to 100º and shutting down immediately, even with the Fan base under the laptop turned on.
If while in the game and I hear the Computer internal fan boosting itself to very loud sound and I do ALT+TAB to windows, check the Temperatures, I see that both cores are at 95º, which means the computer was going to shutdown in a few seconds. I stayed on windows checking the temps and they immediatly lower themselves to 75º in less then 1m, even with the game running in the background. But If I ATL+TAB back the game, the temperatures would start to reach 95º or more again, which ends up in a PC shutdown.
I need some inside help to understand why this happened over night :S
Before this, I could work and play all day even if I forgot to turn on the Fan base, now I can't work AT ALL without the fan base switched on and I can't play anything anymore.. it just dies