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That is too high even for a laptop....
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That is too high even for a laptop....
Do some research before you post. This temp. for this CPU is normal. Maximum recommended is 100C. I doubt Dell's engineers would design a laptop that will fry itself when being used for what it was designed for.
    
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If you look at my video Dell allows you to OC to max of 103mhz. And change some Turboboost settings. At stock it was already 86-87 full load. Also would putting in new thermal paste help with the temps? If so which ones? Artic Silver 5?
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I'm not even going to argue. A quick search gives you a TJunction temperature of 100C.... congratulations great find.....

@Raging. At around 100C is when you start getting degradation in silicon and other things I will not get into; temp vs degradation is not a linear relationship. 95C is rather high. I would keep it below 88C atleast. Applying new thermal paste should help temps. AS5 has been replaced by many other types for a while now... ****-su is great or MX4.

Dell has come along way with cooling their laptops but if you look at the history they had problems and still do. Either way enjoy the overclocking!
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Do some research before you post. This temp. for this CPU is normal. Maximum recommended is 100C. I doubt Dell's engineers would design a laptop that will fry itself when being used for what it was designed for.
Don't be so suprised. I have seen that happen before.
Somebody bought an HP laptop that overheated and the company said they weren't able to do anything about it, and that the customer is using it too hard.

they told him to stop gaming on his entertainment laptop that came with a dedicated graphics chip.
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Don't be so suprised. I have seen that happen before.
Somebody bought an HP laptop that overheated and the company said they weren't able to do anything about it, and that the customer is using it too hard.

they told him to stop gaming on his entertainment laptop that came with a dedicated graphics chip.
Then again, I don't see how it makes sense to stuff a 45W TDP Quad-Core CPU with a 35W TDP GPU in a 14" notebook. The hardware in this is more suited for a 15.4" or 15.6" laptop, like I said earlier. I think the temps. are okay, though. The HP you're mentioning probably had a CPU with a lower recommended operating temp. Earlier CPUs had a max. recommended temp of 90C.
    
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Then again, I don't see how it makes sense to stuff a 45W TDP Quad-Core CPU with a 35W TDP GPU in a 14" notebook. The hardware in this is more suited for a 15.4" or 15.6" laptop, like I said earlier. I think the temps. are okay, though. The HP you're mentioning probably had a CPU with a lower recommended operating temp. Earlier CPUs had a max. recommended temp of 90C.
yes, but I am just saying, so be so confident in companies to build a laptop that won't kill itself. Because that is exactly what HP did with many of their DV9 laptops.
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Originally Posted by RagingAzn628 View Post
Man... my temps just got worse...

This is just from playing SC2 and have virtual W7 w/ Rift botting in it, CPU is OC'd and GPU is OC'd

I have the CPU OC'd at 103mhz and changed some settings in the bios for Turboboost OC

See video here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kGjYj04_qSA



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Should I be worried?
its karma for botting
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Nothing wrong with botting. Saves you time so you can actually do other stuff.


Anyways back on topic. Should I bother calling Dell to have one of their tech come over and replace the thermal paste?
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