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CPU Temps 92°C+ - Healthy or Not?

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HP Omen 15 Gaming Laptop
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
OMEN 15 Gaming Laptop
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)


Apologies if I'm missing something and just being silly.I am worried because quite often,  my laptop reaches temps of 92°C+ when I am playing games.


Laptop is: HP Omen-dh1005na
The specs of the latptop:


I usually have to bring games down to low/medium to keep temps low. I can make them higher and It can run at these settings without a drop in framerate atall. it's just the high temp that worries me. I was wondering if anybody had any fixes or experience with something similar?


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Temps are as follows
Image 1
GPU Utilization
40% Temp  68 Degrees
CPU Utilization
45% @ Temp 98 Degrees
Memory Utilization
49% 7.84/16GB
Image 2
GPU Utilization
40% Temp  62 Degrees
CPU Utilization
45% @ Temp 96 Degrees
Memory Utilization
49% 8.00/16GB
Image 3
GPU Utilization
95% Temp  73 Degrees
CPU Utilization
46% @ Temp 89 Degrees
Memory Utilization
60% 9.60/16GB
Idle web browsing has laptop at 65°C
I have it on a ventilating appropriate laptop table aswell at all times
Let me know if I can provide spceficis or anything else! Any help or advice is appreciated 🙂
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Over 90°C is normal on an Omen machine but healthy or not is a different story depending on you keep that for how long. From my view, if only a short period then OK otherwise its life would be shorter, given its TJUNCTION is  100°C.





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