well hp told me to completely system restore my computer
i did it just so they don't bother me when i send this thing in to their mailin repair
hopefully they can actually fix it (bad psu maybe...or fan is messed up...idk).
so i guess i could be offline for a little bit over the next 2 weeks.
Good to turn it in to them, altough messing with it yourself is often no problem for smaller issues this should be done professional. I do recommend turning some of Windows 7 stylish stuff off, definetely when playing games. When you get it back run msconfig.exe just by typing it in the search bar at the start button. Here you can manually decide which processes you want to boot. The more you shut down the faster you will boot and you will put less drain on both your CPU as well as your GPU. Be sure to know what you are turning off however! Also take a look at how many processes you ahve running in the taskbar 60-70 is normal and unoptimzed, around 40-55 is pretty optimized.
These are just some general tips to get your computer faster and cooler.
One more thing to prevent overheating is not to have it constantly on the adapter, this causes quite some heat to sort of flow in the laptop.
if you still ahve trouble with heat you can always buy a standard with a fan on it.
I still beat you though with 120 celsius GPU because I had the fan turned off whilst playing CoD
It survived though