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Please tell me is my notebook overheating??? Should i stop gaming?? Is my gpu at high risk?

 

 

 

 

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It is not overheating. Those are perfect temperatures and not risky at all.

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How could i understand that it's overheating???
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If the Tj temp shows that it is within 10% or closer to the Max (100C), that is when you should be concerned.

 

Otherwise, life is good!  🙂



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@Aghalke92 wrote:

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"Junction temperature is the highest operating temperature of the actual semiconductor in an electronic device. In operation, it is higher than case temperature and the temperature of the part's exterior." 

 

The Processor in your laptop has semiconductors inside and that is why you see two temperatures, one for each processor core.



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It means my laptop is safe
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