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Heat level Zbook x360

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Zbook X360
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)


I have a Zbook X360 that have a (from my opinion) quite high temp for no reason appr (66-75 C) making the fans go at full speed.

Does anyone out ther know what a "normal" CPU temp should be for this workstation? (I have had a replacement of the fans, heatsink and motherbord with no better result)

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Hello @PaLa1 


Welcome to the HP Support Community.


Some Zbook models have recently had a BIOS update released which improves the extra fan noise. This update was released less than 10 days ago.


Which exactly is your PC model you can find in this article >>

Make sure you visit to update your BIOS/UEFI


Here are full instructions how to update the BIOS >>





With regards to temperature >> I suspect it may be normal under some conditions.

The Tjunction [Junction Temperature is the maximum temperature allowed at the processor die.]

for your ZBook's Intel® Core™ i7/i9 processors can be very high - at about 100°C.

As long as the temp stays beneath or around 90°C there really isn't an issue.



You may check this article to reduce the heat in general >>



Also, after you update the BIOS, load it (F10) and check in Advanced tab

  • System options - uncheck Turbo boost
  • Save changes and exit


In Windows,

you may go to Control Panel -> Power Options

Review the processor state and system cooling policy >>



Hope this helps. Let me know how it goes



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