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03-26-2022 05:03 PM
It is still within its temperature operating region. Max temp is 105 deg C.
As long as it drops down to 95-97 deg C, I would find that to be a reasonable temp, especially while streaming.
When the temperature drops down the fans have likely started cooling it down as it has met the BIOS Delt T requirements to lower the processor temperature.
Are you using the notebook in an air conditioned place or somewhere that the ambient temperature is quite high?
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03-26-2022 05:24 PM - edited 03-26-2022 05:59 PM
I'm using cooling fan under laptop and fan max 😁 but heat's up like from 70 go to 90 Celsius in one second or maybe 100 even then go down i used to use old duel core around 80 and idel 50, this one idle 50 60 70. And never go below 50 and can reach 💯 what mean t jmax ? some games are around 101 Celsius without streaming go from 97 celcius but i see it drops the power like it was 40 watt then go to 30 20 drop in performance i feel hp didn't invest in good cooling solution for high end cpus because this cpu can reach 75 watt on good cooling the one i have didn't pass 46 watt 😂 , the problem like go from 70 Celsius to 100 in one second 😄 and after a while the fans still bring cold temperature but the gpu is cold as hell even in like 100% but cpu like 30% load gonna burn XD weird.
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