I was informed after cooling my laptops heat-sink with an ice-cube that it was a bad idea cause too cold of temperature will kill a processor, seems strange to me too cold of temperature would kill a processor. The reason I cooled the heatsink is the laptop has a problem to where it will power off about a minuet after booting into bios and than will power off after a second or two until you let it sit 5-10 minuets, than I'll boot back into bios where it will shut off again after a minuet. Their are a couple of event logs in bios for for system board thermal shut. Cooling the heatsink didn't seem to make a difference. Just to clear things up, the ice-cube was inside a zip-lock sandwich bag and not directly on the heatsink and I made sure the their was no moisture on the sandwich bag and Heatsink/processor(would of been surprised if their was since the air is extremely dry right now) before plugging the laptop back in and turning it on.