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CPU temps up to 101 Degree Celsius on the Omen 15 en0001ax when under stress test.

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It's been around a month since I ordered my Omen 15-EN0001AX. Everything on the laptop is great, but there is one thing that has been bugging me for a while. When I use AIDA 64 Extreme Stress Testing Utility, and run a stress test on the CPU, FPU and Cache Memory, the CPU temps jump to around 101 Degree Celsius . The maximum temperature mentioned on the AMD website for the Ryzen 4600H is 105 Degree Celsius which is just 4 degrees more. Is this normal behavior, or should I get the laptop re-pasted by authorized HP  Personnel since the laptop is still under the 1 year warranty period?

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@Magatsukami1101

 

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I have gone through your Post and would like to help

 

The point of the Stress test is to test the Hardware to the limit and if it's still within the temperature mentioned on the AMD Website then there is nothing to worry about

 

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