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So, I was running some heavy processor applications, and i checked my temps. This is what I see. Some friends told me that computers can't run as hot and not die. So I thought this was interesting
Even with a cooler pad
post #2 of 29
GPU's are able to go that high in temps.
The CPU on the other hand... That's a bit high.
post #3 of 29
Dangerously hot! Keep it off your lap so you don't become sterile! LOL! Are you able to check the CPU temps through the BIOS to verify the temperature accuracy? Are the notebook fans working? I wouldn't use it much, especially for anything extremely intensive, if those temps are indeed correct.
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For the GPU, it's not TOO bad. For the CPU, however, that's just terrible. It should be at a max. of 80C at most.
    
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The notebook fans work too. Everything is good. I have wondered if this program is correct, because that is nuts. I don't think the BIOS has a temperature reading, but I haven't really played with the BIOS much to know. Also, when I unplug the cooler pad, it says that the processor fan speeds up to 12k rpms, so I don't know whats up with that.
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Laptop cpu's are almost always going to run warmer than their desktop counter parts. Most mobile cpus are generally of better quality and designed to run hot. Temps of 80-90c under load is fairly normal for laptops. With that being said, I still would not intentionally run it under that load for extended periods of time if temps are reaching close to 100c.
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Yeah, my laptop. Which has a AMD Turion 64 MK-36, the single core variant of your CPU, idles @ 50C. Load I get anywhere between 70-80C.
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This is my load under folding systray on each cpu. It gets hot when I play any game, probably because it is so small so no ventilation, but i've never checked temp during gaming. Luckily I can still fold one client and not get too hot. i think its about 84 C with one project going.
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I don't know what program you use, but I use CoreTemp. Works well for me.
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I'll check it out. Thanks
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