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11-09-2020 03:40 AM - edited 11-09-2020 06:36 AM
I often play the game call of duty warzone online. CPU temperature: 82 ~ 85 C, GPU: 84 ~ 86 C.
Is that okay if I play continuously for about 12 hours per day?
11-09-2020 04:51 PM
@NgocHai2412 , welcome to the forum.
These temperatures are definitely on the high side. The max temp for your CPU is 100C and for your GPU it is 88C. I suggest that do a thorough cleaning of the case inside and remove the dust from the fan/s.
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11-10-2020 11:29 AM
The Obelisk has a notoriously bad cooling, especially with high end components generating a lot of hear and the lack of any active intake, it becomes an oven. HP recognized that problem and that's why the Omen 30L came out this year with improved intake. The only fix would be just get a better aftermarket case, that's in my humble opinion.
11-10-2020 12:20 PM - edited 11-10-2020 12:23 PM
Good morning all
I think you are making a little confusion @NgocHai2412
You are here on a help platform between users of HP products mainly.
For the most part we indicate it in our signature.
@old_geekster mentions it ! "" I am not an HP employee. ""
We can't respond anytime either
This is not a response from hp support here
So, as suggested to you @old_geekster you need to contact after sales service directly
You must provide the serial number of the computer
you may have to change the country
"Is that okay if I play continuously for about 12 hours per day? "
Even if the computer does not tend to heat up
Take breaks, it will run longer, and so will you!
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11-11-2020 05:37 AM
I was wrong. Thank you for guidance.
I really want to understand that all "Obelisk Desktop 875-1128jp" computers are like that?
CPU: i9 9900k
RAM: HyperX 32 GB
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti (11 GB)
Thanks and look forward to your help!