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Mariangello
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Good day,

 

I have updated my desktop drivers but my PC was still overheat when I played some games. So I changed my i7 7700k CPU's power options to max CPU state 80, and the problem is gone, but is there any other help? Because my problem still persists. I do not want to limit the power of my processor through power options forever. Do I have to wait for the bios updates only?

 

Marian

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krzemien
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Is it covered by warranty? If yes, please raise with Support as that should never happen.

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Yes, it is still covered by warranty... PC is totally new

Ok, thanks

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You can play with this chappy a bit:

 

http://www.ozone3d.net/benchmarks/fur/

 

You will have some data to report to them.

 

(My Omen PC never overheats when I run it even though it's not particularly powerful, both GPU and CPU sit below 80-90 centigrades)

 

EDIT: Apologies, just realised that CPU temperatures are most likely not reported there. Still, I'm sure you will find other CPU-intense software that you can use.

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