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Mahfuz_Sakib
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Laptop temparature issue while gaming

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My HP Pavilion 15-AU061TX Core i5 Laptop becomes very hot during playing some recent high configuration games like gta v, fifa 16 etc.  It goes upto 75-80 degree celcius after playing only for some minutes. Is it safe to play such games in this laptop? & what is the maximum safe temparature for this laptop to run at? Plz help

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Dear User,

I have a HP Pavilion 15 AU116tx laptop. while gaming my laptop's Cpu temperature is around 75º Celcius and GPU is Around 68º Celcius. its common in laptop to reach around this kind of temperature. How ever our CPU and GPU have Thermal limit of 100º Celcius. However if you want to keep your laptop please use a Good Quality Notebook Cooler

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I have installed an app named CoreTemp from internet to know about the current temparature.Can I trust its readings as correct? if not, then is there any other way?

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Dear User,

Core temp is a reliable software. However it doesn't show temperature reading for gpu. I use MSI Afterburner(With Riva Tuner) to monitor temperature of both CPU and GPU.


I recommend you to also get that tool.

 

https://www.msi.com/page/afterburner

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