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Laptop hot sometimes 97*C

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Hi! I have a question and maybe you guys can help me,

 

So. I bought a laptop 1 month ago and it works perfectly fine but I'm worried about something, and that is the temperature while i'm gaming. Most of the time I have the Omen Command Center open and I'm switching between my game and the Command Center to see how hot the CPU is and sometimes it is 97*C most of the time it's around 90/95*C idk if this is normal or not (even while playing games like Trove it's getting very hot). I already tried to update the BIOS but nothing has changed. The temperature digits are still green (green: good. orange: high. red: Ask for help in HP) while it is on 97*C so maybe it's normal for a laptop to be that hot. And also, when i'm doing nothing besides listening to music or watch youtube my laptop is around 60/70*C sometimes even 80*C. So, is it normal for a laptop to be this hot? 

 

Mike

 

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Hi @MikeNL1,

 

I'd like o help!

 

When temperatures inside the computer rise above 35º C (95º F), the risk of damage to important internal components from overheating increases.

 

Try the below suggestions-

 

Step 1: Clean the vents and inspect the fans

Step 2: Increase the efficiency to reduce heat

Step 3: Make sure there is adequate ventilation

Step 4: Place the laptop in a cooler room

Step 6: Change the system performance settings (HP Spectre only)

Step 7: Update the BIOS

Step 8: Test for hardware failures

 

For instructions refer to Reducing Heat Inside the Laptop to Prevent Overheating

 

Hope this helps! Keep me posted. 

 

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