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Hello, Last week I had tried to change the default processor thermal grease to a Coollaboratory Liquid Metal Pad on my Alienware 18. After carefully applied, I turned on my laptop and I did some load tests (wPrime) to monitor the cpu temps. After some seconds, I heard a noise inside my laptop and it becomes turned off. The next time that I had tried to turn on the laptop, It beeped 5 or 7 times. So, I decided to open the laptop and examine what happened. When I removed the processor I saw that the Liquid Pad had leaked and reached some Die Side Capacitors. So, I removed the Liquid Metal Pad, and as gift it brings to me two capacitors together! I reseated the processor again and I turned on the laptop again. It works fine. I did various tests and it appears to be Ok with exception of Intel Processor Diagnostic Tools that stuck on Reading Cache Size step. I would like to know if these missing capacitors has some importance or cause some issues in case they are missing/damaged. What you recommend? Theres some way to test all components? Can I replace these capacitors for another? If yes, whats the specification? I dont took a picture of cpu, but on the following link I marked the capacitors of red. Very Thanks.
I am new and I would like to say hello. My english is bad, so i apologize in advance for any mistakes. I have MSI GT70-2PC with i7-4930MX and GTX870M. My CPU works on 4 GHz with 50 mV undervolting, passes all test eg. OCCT, Furmark+IntelBurnTest, games, except AIDA64 ZLib and AES tests. These tests cause immediate notebook reboot, even with 3,9 GHz on all cores (stock turbo frequency for one core) and without undervolting. My temps are fine, 80 degrees under these tests, battery is fully charged, PSU working properly. Is this problem with my hardware, or AIDA is problematic?