Razer Stealth high temperature is it normal?

Discussion in 'Systems' started by SweetBamboo, Jul 13, 2017.

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  1. SweetBamboo

    SweetBamboo New Member

    I owned Razer Blade Stealth, first generation to be precise i7-6600 model. Use it for about perhaps 6~7 months. I was wondering is it normal that Stealth CPU temperature reach 100°C most of the time because of how small it is.

    Is very painful to see that kind of temperature. Hopefully I'm not the only one who having this temperature for my ultrabook.
     
  2. FiszPL

    FiszPL Well-Known Member

    If the temperature in stress was around 90C, that's acceptable. Your CPU thermal limit is 100C - so this is not normal. If you have warranty, I'd RMA it.
     
  3. MaximumBunny

    MaximumBunny Well-Known Member

    https://insider.razerzone.com/index.php?threads/razer-blade-stealth-cpu-temp.15966/

    It seems like it runs hot normally, but not 100C hot unless there's a problem with the cooling system. Hard to tell when people say 90C is an acceptable range. I'd make a support ticket and consult with them to confirm.
     
  4. SweetBamboo

    SweetBamboo New Member

    Man... I run a lot of problem with this ultrabook lately. Plus my RMA is in USA, and I from Malaysia (SEA). This is troublesome... regretting purchasing item that RMA required to send by courier.
     
  5. MaximumBunny

    MaximumBunny Well-Known Member

    Personally I don't understand why people buy those, surfaces, or macbooks when a gaming laptop with superior cooling costs the same or less. I'm just not the market for them.
     
  6. SweetBamboo

    SweetBamboo New Member

    I like ultrabook because is super portable compare to gaming laptop. I don't go out to play, I already got a beast desktop at home. Changing location to location is so much easily is like carrying a piece of paper lol.

    4 Keys -> Light, Small, Portable and Powerful Enough to use my daily driver outside my house. But tho I hope in the future ultrabook can have powerful GPU chipset inside :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye_: without thermal throttling of course.

    If you say why didn't I choose other brand, come on I am Razer fan :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
  7. MaximumBunny

    MaximumBunny Well-Known Member

    Well, my gaming laptop doesn't hit 90c-100c under load even on hot days. If weighing 5 pounds instead of 2.84 is the only drawback then that's not really an issue for me. And even the Blade full version probably can run cooler. Temperature is the #1 concern in my opinion, then acoustics, then performance and aesthetics.
     
  8. Sonnyoi

    Sonnyoi Active Member

    make sure your air vents arent covered, I undervolted my new stealth and installed new thermal paste, with the i7-7600U and i used prime 95 on it all night and it didnt even get passed 87c hmmmm i wanna say take the bottom cover off and dust it out and if your comfortable cange out the thermal paste!
     
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