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HP omen 15-ek1013dx
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Hello, I bought recently an open box 2020 HP omen 15 with i7 10750h and rtx 3070. And i noticed when the laptop was indle(cpu utilization not above 3%)  the average cpu temp was 50°c, when I was gaming cod warzone the temperatures was 88-91°c, the gpu temperatures while gaming are good(avg 70°c). When I disable the CPU boost I have very good thermal performance, I play warzone with max settings at 72°c, but I don't know if is right or healthy for the CPU to disable the CPU boost...

Are these temperatures normal for this laptop model or I should return it? 

Ps. I ensure that everything is updated, the bios(F.11) and all the other drivers, also I have undervolt the CPU(intelligent mode from hp Omen hub) and the performance is in balance mode.

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@Ilias225 

 

That is very normal on an Omen machine. Please do not keep it runs over 90°C  for so long. You need good ventilation and try

 

             https://www.techradar.com/au/news/best-laptop-cooling-pad

 

Regards.

BH
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@Ilias225 

 

That is very normal on an Omen machine. Please do not keep it runs over 90°C  for so long. You need good ventilation and try

 

             https://www.techradar.com/au/news/best-laptop-cooling-pad

 

Regards.

BH
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