Matt525252
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Overheating and draining battery on sleep mode

I have a new Dell XPS 7590. I set closing lid to sleep (while on battery). But when I actually close the lid, the laptop gets really hot and battery will very quickly go to zero. Is there some fix for that? The temperature of the laptop is even higher when closed and sleeping than when it is normally operating.

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samos1111
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Re: Overheating and draining battery on sleep mode

Try finding an "offender" process using SleepStudy. 

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