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CPU temps

Discussion in 'Systems' started by Animeify, Jul 20, 2017.

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  1. Animeify

    Animeify Member

    What cpu temperatures are OK for gaming, my blade has reached a high of 95C, should I be worried? My laptop stays around 50C on idle

    I haven't overclocked/undervolted
     
  2. barisaxvirus

    barisaxvirus New Member

    That is really high. What processor are you running?
     
  3. Animeify

    Animeify Member

    i7-7700
     
  4. barisaxvirus

    barisaxvirus New Member

    It really should be fine. Intel says the 7700 will run at temps up to 100C. It is on the high side however, everything I have read is the 7700 run really hot to begin with. If you haven't already I would recommend seeing if there is a bios update and if there is updating your bios. Other than that I would keep the laptop as cool as possible when gaming.
     
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  5. MaximumBunny

    MaximumBunny Well-Known Member

    People seem to be reporting 90c+ for their blades. Enough to make me think that it's the normal operating temperature under load, especially since at least one mod has reported that his blade runs at those temperatures regularly. I wouldn't be too concerned with it.
     
  6. Joikansai

    Joikansai Well-Known Member VANGUARD

    Yes it can running in 100 but for long term it's not good, undervolting it, if your temp has often hit over 90. How? There's several threads about it here.
    Btw my max temp GPU 80, CPU 81.
     
  7. Yousif47

    Yousif47 Active Member

    I have the blade stealth and it reaches 99 c under load and under gaming but it cools down immediately when I close the game
    there is no thermal throttling
    I got a laptop cooler to deal with it and I read it is quite common because how this the blades are
     
  8. I3onny

    I3onny New Member

    It's okay, but imo you can check yours thermal past. In my PC i have i5-2500k, its a bit oldschool but check the screen: http://i.imgur.com/MHmOAzl.png it' s on idle w/ 4.5 GHz, in stress its like 55-60C. c:
     
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