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Louis1231
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I just buy a laptop for gaming I don't know much

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I need help. While I'm playing game my cpu temperature is on 65-70 what can I do to cool it ..I have and fan it doesn't work much 

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Hello @Louis1231 

 

If your cpu temp is around 65-70 during a game, you are just fine!!!!!

Its completely normal for the CPU to go up to that amount when taxed by a game.

If it were up in the 90s, I would be more worried.

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