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My Laptop's too hot.

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by KallenGreg, Nov 1, 2019.

  1. KallenGreg

    KallenGreg

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    My Laptop's CPU and GPU are running very hot, I've got a 1050Ti GPU and an i7-7700HQ CPU. My CPU's running at 70-100 Degrees celcius and my GPU's running at 70-90 degrees celcius.
    Is there's ANY possible way to fix this? Could it be my fan? Could it be the games/apps I've got downloaded? Could it be just bad and broken?
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    P.S I've factory-cleaned my Laptop before & it didn't fix the issue at all, so I wouldn't say it's from the games/apps I've got
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    I appreciate you taking your time into reading this.
    Yours truly.
     
  2. IJAC

    IJAC Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    I have a Asus prime Z270A MB
    CPU:
    Intel i5 Quad core
    Memory:
    Rip Jaw 32 GB
    Hard Drive:
    Samsung Evo 500 GB SS
    Graphics Card:
    Radeon R7 260X/360
    Power Supply:
    750 Watt Corsair
    From what I've read this CPU does run hot. Are they the temps at idle? If so I would say something is wrong. While running games your temps will go up especially in a laptop. You could try a laptop cooler that the laptop sits on that has fans in it. https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/best-laptop-coolers. If the laptop is under warranty you could call Dell. The articles I read said there temps were in the upper 70's and higher while gaming and in the 60's while idle. Also it would depend on the temp in the room also. If the room temp is high them the temp in the laptop will be higher also.
     
  3. IJAC

    IJAC Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    I have a Asus prime Z270A MB
    CPU:
    Intel i5 Quad core
    Memory:
    Rip Jaw 32 GB
    Hard Drive:
    Samsung Evo 500 GB SS
    Graphics Card:
    Radeon R7 260X/360
    Power Supply:
    750 Watt Corsair
  4. IJAC

    IJAC Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    I have a Asus prime Z270A MB
    CPU:
    Intel i5 Quad core
    Memory:
    Rip Jaw 32 GB
    Hard Drive:
    Samsung Evo 500 GB SS
    Graphics Card:
    Radeon R7 260X/360
    Power Supply:
    750 Watt Corsair
  5. KallenGreg

    KallenGreg

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    Hello, IJAC.

    My FPS are at 10-40 on every game I play, even very simple games. It's just very weird for me to be having this issue, I've never experienced it before on my old Laptop. Like, a 1050Ti's supposed to run better on games.
    I even get a lot of hiccups on games and frame drops.
    I noticed when I first open my Laptop and immediately play a game after that ( Keep in mind, the temperature is pretty cold and nice ) it'd give me a good FPS rate on 50-70.
    But when I last for a bit longer and the temperature goes up, it just starts getting very slow and gets like 10-40 FPS as I've mentioned before.

    Thanks so much for taking your time in replying to me.
     
  6. IJAC

    IJAC Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    I have a Asus prime Z270A MB
    CPU:
    Intel i5 Quad core
    Memory:
    Rip Jaw 32 GB
    Hard Drive:
    Samsung Evo 500 GB SS
    Graphics Card:
    Radeon R7 260X/360
    Power Supply:
    750 Watt Corsair
    You are welcome. I believe that games that are heavy on resources usually work better in a desktop gaming rig. Laptops are not the best a cooling. You could try a cooler like I suggested but you never know. Also I am not a gamer so I don't know much about what game will take more resources than another.
     
  7. KallenGreg

    KallenGreg

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    Hey,

    I already got a cooling table, it doesn't help at all, but thanks for the suggestion! I will try to see if I can clean the inside fan or just wait for my PC rig to come.

    Much appreciated, bud!
     
  8. IJAC

    IJAC Super-Moderator Super Moderators

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    I have a Asus prime Z270A MB
    CPU:
    Intel i5 Quad core
    Memory:
    Rip Jaw 32 GB
    Hard Drive:
    Samsung Evo 500 GB SS
    Graphics Card:
    Radeon R7 260X/360
    Power Supply:
    750 Watt Corsair
    You are very welcome best of luck on your adventure.
     

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