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    Question Asus U36SG - i5 / 8GB / 750GB = Slow

    Hello guys,

    Don't know if this is the right section to ask this.

    I have an Asus U36SG:
    i5 2410m Dual-Core 2.9GHz (turbo)
    8GB 1333MHz dual channel (i upgraded to 2 slots)
    Hitachi 7200rpm 750GB (2 weeks usage)
    GPU GT610m 1GB DDR3

    And I have CS:GO + Firefox open and my laptop lags a lot. My firefox suddenly stops responding and thing like that.
    I already check for malware with Malwarebytes, I also have MSE installed and updated.

    My laptop temperature while gaming is 90º (I will buy a vaccum later) and around 40º with game closed or in lobby.

    Can you guys give me a light?
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    Maybe its your internet dude? That should be fast enough to handle csgo and firefox IMO.

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    As funny as it might sounds I had this prob before on a similar build as yours and I solved it by disabling turbo boost. It makes my cpu heats up real fast and it will throttle which makes it slower.

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    Take the computer to ASUS store/send it in to let them get it checked up on. Also, it's an ultrabook, it's not meant to have games like CS:GO played on it, so probably a beefier PC would be the best choice.

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