Check CPU and GPU temperatures ???

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SpaceFox666, May 13, 2020.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. SpaceFox666

    SpaceFox666 New Member

    Hi, I was just wondering where I can see the temperatures of my cpu and gpu, I have tried looking in synapse but can only moderate the fan speeds I don't know where to see the actual temp (I have a Blade 15 base model 2019)
     
    thatshuy, pancholr, Mottzilla and 2 others like this.
  2. Mottzilla

    Mottzilla Member

    EddNrz likes this.
  3. magictim

    magictim Well-Known Member

    what is the max temp and average temp while gaming? My gaming notebook was always at 95-96c
     
  4. Mottzilla

    Mottzilla Member

    Max temps for your CPU is 100C and GPU is 88C.
     
  5. SpaceFox666

    SpaceFox666 New Member

  6. Mottzilla

    Mottzilla Member

    As long as you get it from a reliable source you should be fine.
     
  7. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    I would recommend three base software for Blade that I use from blade 14 ages, Intel XTU (Undervolting cpu, monitor temperature, benchmarks stress test), Afterburner (gpu monitor, Undervolting, overclocking, on screen display (OSD) that’s really nice to be able to check hardware info while gaming), and HWINFO64 (best hardware and most accurate and detailed (has also battery, ssd, vrm etc sensor) sensor that I know).

    MSI after burner OSD
    C0EC9E46-76BD-40E3-A77B-62AD17DDE937.jpeg

    HWINFO64 Sensor (sorry it was on stress test after, it’s on background the detailed one, if there’s anything wrong like thermal throttling or hot temperatures it’ll show red values)
    D2D74573-A024-4C6D-A716-13D6DCC4BE9A.jpeg
    Is that average or max? For average it’s too high, actually max as well, on that area you’re on throttle point where on some titles it will bring performance drop that may ruin gaming experience, for hardware parts inside is also not good for long run. I’d check internal like cleaning fans, or maybe repasting (hardware wise), software wise maybe cpu Undervolting or limiting turbo boost or FPS, higher values make cpu hotter.
     
  8. magictim

    magictim Well-Known Member

    Thanks for your information, and yes, the high temp is all the time whatever gaming. I did bring to the warranty for repasting and cleaning fan. However, the temp still remains high level.

    What they told me is that the i7 9Gen cpu is always under high temp, so they suggest me that max the fan speed all the time. But i am not sure if the laptop will damage if the heat is so high all the time.

    For undervolting, I have no knowledge to do so, and it will lose my warranty if it makes and malfunction.
     
  9. Montagus

    Montagus New Member

    Whether you are one of those users or otherwise, you are bound to have wondered how hot your computer’s CPU and GPU can get. If that is the case, keep reading. We will be looking at a couple of very simple commands to monitor CPU and GPU temps MCDVOICE
     
  10. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    All the time on mid 90ish isn’t good even cpu max can handle 100, . Yes 9th gen, 8 gen, 10 gen, 7 gen, 6 gen cpu are hot because they still use 14 nm chips since 2016 especially on thin light categories like blade laptops, that’s why poeple is doing Undervolting, limiting or even disabling turbo boost for the good of their unit. Software tweak like cpu Undervolting won’t avoid the guarantee, it would only bring maybe BSOD if you put the value too low, won’t brick your unit like bios moding. Actually repasting is way more risky if you’re talking about avoiding guarantee;)

    However if you’re doing good repasting it shouldn’t be like 90ish average, probably they don’t do repasting rightly or use a good thermal compound. I use not the best thermal and I can keep the temperature mostly on 80ish areas, on some cpu crazy titles it might still spike to low 90ish on 2018 model 8750H for 2 years.
     
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
Sign In with Razer ID >


Don't have a Razer ID yet?
Get Razer ID >