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    After I got done with editing my new video, How I got my name, I started exporting the video. Around the middle of exporting, my laptop crashed. It was very similar to an overheat crash. Although, my fan wasn't even close to hot. Could I get an answer why? I promised an upload and now i'm really sad...



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  2. Run Core Temp while encoding. What kind of temperatures do you get?

    https://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/

    Also, it generally helps if you indicate what CPU you are using, what O/S, what software, what codecs, etc.
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    I know my laptop fan does not go to 176 degrees, stop sending me false applications.
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  4. 176 F (80 C) would not be unusual for a laptop's core temperature under heavy load.
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  5. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    176 F (80 C) would not be unusual for a laptop's core temperature under heavy load.
    Yes, jagabo is right.
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  6. 176 C would definitely indicate a problem. But I doubt you could ever see that value in Core Temp because the computer would have crashed before temperatures got that high.
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  7. look at windows event log
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  8. What video editor?

    Usually "overheat crashes" do not occur, because CPU/GPU throttle speed with modern hardware

    What do you mean by "overheat crash" ? What symptoms are you observing ? Describe them e.g. did the OS crash, editor crash ? what error messages ? BSOD ?
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