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Galdor
02-02-2012, 11:32 PM
Hello, I've noticed something today. When I stress my CPU with Prime95, I've checked temp's of CPU and they are not stable, one second they are 60 degrees, another second they are 90 then 80 ect.. I want to ask if this is normal or not ? I have a G74SX-BBK7

Rockford
02-02-2012, 11:32 PM
it takes a blink of an eye... and its up ... (lot of thinking going on in there sometimes)..

My temp also increasing, when im forced to think.. i use Pepsi cooling..

sufficient cooling is the key.....:D

damn, can they invent ROG-COLA.........

Im up for 800 cans

Galdor
02-02-2012, 11:42 PM
The problem is not the CPU's temps increasing. Problem is CPU's temp is increasing very fast ( 60 to 90 degrees in 1 second )

Rockford
02-02-2012, 11:46 PM
Mm, thats normal.. under xtreme conditions.

Thats why you need sufficient cooling..

fostert
02-03-2012, 03:52 AM
The problem is not the CPU's temps increasing. Problem is CPU's temp is increasing very fast ( 60 to 90 degrees in 1 second )
Yes, with Prime95 it doesn't take long: a 30 degree jump in a second or two is normal. However, this implies that your idle temp is 60 degrees? Thats definitely not normal! Whats your ambient T in the room (i.e. 21C or 70F?). My 2630QM in my G74 idles at 33< T <<40 C in a comfortable room, and under prime95 will exceed 70C but not by too much. How old is your notebook? These things need a repaste now and then, maybe once per year or two. If your chip really is this warm at idle, then a repaste might be in the cards?