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dlemenn
04-14-2012, 01:14 PM
Hello you and excuse me my English here!
I have an ASUS G53SX-S1285V - Laptop 15.6'' Full HD - Intel Core i7-2670QM (2.2 GHz) - 500 GB - 4096 MB RAM - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M. The laptop is almost new used 3 weeks /

I noticed aec software CPUID <HWmonitorPro> that the temerature of my GTX560M GPU at idle was 45 to 50 ° C, I looked into the web and there are reports that temperatures are lower than me.
I do not know if I bring my laptop from ASUS for repair this problem.
Could you tell me if you have the correct temperatures in idle.

Thank you all for your help.

dlemenn
04-14-2012, 01:20 PM
My asus G53SW is brand new less than three weeks and I understand why it shows temperatures in high idle when I am in internet or in Microsoft Office.

I have another laptop with a MEDION ERAZER I5 580 and GTX 460M graphics card and I idle at 38-42 ° C and 75 ° C games in BF3

HiVizMan
04-14-2012, 01:43 PM
Your English is excused. Your double post of a single question is not.

Why do this? You think that by posting twice people will respond quicker?

Not.

adamsyes
04-14-2012, 04:18 PM
Hello you and excuse me my English here!
I have an ASUS G53SX-S1285V - Laptop 15.6'' Full HD - Intel Core i7-2670QM (2.2 GHz) - 500 GB - 4096 MB RAM - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M. The laptop is almost new used 3 weeks /

I noticed aec software CPUID <HWmonitorPro> that the temerature of my GTX560M GPU at idle was 45 to 50 ° C, I looked into the web and there are reports that temperatures are lower than me.
I do not know if I bring my laptop from ASUS for repair this problem.
Could you tell me if you have the correct temperatures in idle.

Thank you all for your help.


The reason why you Idle around 45-50 C is because your GPU is loaded 100% at all times. you want it to only go 100% usage when playing games.

Make sure you do not have "Maximum performance" set up in your graphic Nvidea 3D application settings. leave it to adaptive
if that wasn't the case, then you will have to clean your fans intake

smellons
04-14-2012, 04:19 PM
Those temperatures are fine and more than acceptable at idle.

You have to remember that compared to desktop cards, laptop cards will idle and reach higher temperatures under strain. Also, the 560m is used in many different laptops with different cooling setups.

I would say that temperatures under 55 degree C are good for idle, and under 85 degree C for stress/load. If you are getting hotter than that, I would recommend cleaning out vents, repasting, etc.

dlemenn
04-14-2012, 05:02 PM
The reason why you Idle around 45-50 C is because your GPU is loaded 100% at all times. you want it to only go 100% usage when playing games.

Make sure you do not have "Maximum performance" set up in your graphic Nvidea 3D application settings. leave it to adaptive
if that wasn't the case, then you will have to clean your fans intake

Thank you for your info to me

But you can help me better as I did not understand everything?
in the panel nvidia 3D I have to choose between:
1) let the 3D application to make the decision
2) Use the advanced 3D image settings
3) Use my preferences improved

Thank you for your response

dlemenn
04-14-2012, 05:04 PM
Those temperatures are fine and more than acceptable at idle.

You have to remember that compared to desktop cards, laptop cards will idle and reach higher temperatures under strain. Also, the 560m is used in many different laptops with different cooling setups.

I would say that temperatures under 55 degree C are good for idle, and under 85 degree C for stress/load. If you are getting hotter than that, I would recommend cleaning out vents, repasting, etc.

My asus G53SW is brand new less than three weeks and I think it is the wish now to make a repasting.

PILGRIM
04-14-2012, 05:28 PM
Thank you for your info to me

But you can help me better as I did not understand everything?
in the panel nvidia 3D I have to choose between:
1) let the 3D application to make the decision
2) Use the advanced 3D image settings
3) Use my preferences improved

Thank you for your response

Try this: 3D Settings > Adjust image settings with preview > let the 3D application decide;
Manage 3D settings > restore; Set PhysX configuration > auto-select

dlemenn
04-14-2012, 05:37 PM
Try this: 3D Settings > Adjust image settings with preview > let the 3D application decide;
Manage 3D settings > restore; Set PhysX configuration > auto-select

Thank you for your answer I just tested at time

this is does not change anything I'm idle at 48-52 ° C

or so I have to reboot for this to be effective after change.

adamsyes
04-14-2012, 08:16 PM
reboot and see if it works. if it doesn't can you tell me what is your Nvidia Graphic card update at? i am currently using 302.04 Beta version released. Try it out and see if it change anything.

install http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-64bit-301.24-beta-driver.html

Make sure you click on Custom install, and do a Clean install this should help.

On Idles my laptop runs around 27-30 C. and 35-40 when browsing , working etc. During gaming sessions it stays around 59-61 C. It rarely go above 63 (when im playing Crysis 2 or Aion etc.

dlemenn
04-15-2012, 11:59 AM
reboot and see if it works. if it doesn't can you tell me what is your Nvidia Graphic card update at? i am currently using 302.04 Beta version released. Try it out and see if it change anything.

install http://www.nvidia.com/object/notebook-win7-winvista-64bit-301.24-beta-driver.html

Make sure you click on Custom install, and do a Clean install this should help.

On Idles my laptop runs around 27-30 C. and 35-40 when browsing , working etc. During gaming sessions it stays around 59-61 C. It rarely go above 63 (when im playing Crysis 2 or Aion etc.

I just installed the driver from nvidia BETA as you said and there is no change in temperature on my asus G53SW with GTX560M GPU. I am always between 45 and 50 ° C when surfing the internet or in Microsoft Office.
maybe I still have to make a setting to lower the GPU temperature as we say here u'il must be between 38 and 44 ° C max.

As the laptop asus has only one week of use I find curious cel and my brother has an Asus G53JW GTX460M GPU with it seulemlent between 40 and 45 ° C in idle.
Or I should mention my problem to the support asus?

dogla
04-15-2012, 12:25 PM
Could it be that maybe something is blocking the vents from the inside? I saw in one post on this forum that someone found a piece of plastic :confused: when he opened up the laptop completely (just an opinion) Other than that maybe thermal transfer is not optimal (like maybe too little (or no) thermal paste or so....

Are your fans spinning fast enough to feel warm air blowing out the vents??

Mine idles at sub 30C and around 40-45C when playing HD video clips for extended periods of time, 60-65 when playing games like BF3

dlemenn
04-15-2012, 01:01 PM
Could it be that maybe something is blocking the vents from the inside? I saw in one post on this forum that someone found a piece of plastic :confused: when he opened up the laptop completely (just an opinion) Other than that maybe thermal transfer is not optimal (like maybe too little (or no) thermal paste or so....

Are your fans spinning fast enough to feel warm air blowing out the vents??

Mine idles at sub 30C and around 40-45C when playing HD video clips for extended periods of time, 60-65 when playing games like BF3


The fans do not blow too and run normally and I have a Cooler Master as portble but does not lower the temperature.

Yes ciomme you point perhaps not enough thermal paste, for you I must return to the Service of France as it is asus nine months of one week.

dogla
04-15-2012, 01:11 PM
A laptop cooling pad won't do anything on this laptop since the air intake vents are on top and not below the laptop like many others. If you were like me and don't have a ASUS service center near you I would look at some options to do the re-pasting myself but I think it's still best to return it (then you'll know for sure what the problem really was - or even get another one)

adamsyes
04-15-2012, 04:48 PM
A laptop cooling pad won't do anything on this laptop since the air intake vents are on top and not below the laptop like many others. If you were like me and don't have a ASUS service center near you I would look at some options to do the re-pasting myself but I think it's still best to return it (then you'll know for sure what the problem really was - or even get another one)

Well. honestly, Yeah. report it to the Asus center. They will probably say that is normal. but tell them you don't feel safe with that amount of temperature and that there are people who have 30-40c idle.

I have mine for 6 month so far. I am using G74SX-A1.

It might be one of your fans not clean enough perhaps or maybe not using it's speed setup stock

dlemenn
04-15-2012, 04:54 PM
A laptop cooling pad won't do anything on this laptop since the air intake vents are on top and not below the laptop like many others. If you were like me and don't have a ASUS service center near you I would look at some options to do the re-pasting myself but I think it's still best to return it (then you'll know for sure what the problem really was - or even get another one)


OK THANKS HERE , I RETURN MY LAPTOP from SAV asus France

dstrakele
04-15-2012, 10:54 PM
The reason why you Idle around 45-50 C is because your GPU is loaded 100% at all times. you want it to only go 100% usage when playing games.

Make sure you do not have "Maximum performance" set up in your graphic Nvidea 3D application settings. leave it to adaptive
if that wasn't the case, then you will have to clean your fans intake

I think @adamsyes had the right idea, but instead of configuring NVIDIA Control Panel, change your Power4Gear profile from "High Performance" to "Entertainment" or one of the other lower power mode profiles. When plugged in using the "High Performance" profile, the CPU is maintained at 100% at all times (i.e. even at idle). This will result in the higher idle temperatures you observe.

dlemenn
04-16-2012, 02:40 PM
I think @adamsyes had the right idea, but instead of configuring NVIDIA Control Panel, change your Power4Gear profile from "High Performance" to "Entertainment" or one of the other lower power mode profiles. When plugged in using the "High Performance" profile, the CPU is maintained at 100% at all times (i.e. even at idle). This will result in the higher idle temperatures you observe.


To tell you that my CPU is simply Entertainment mode, I spoke only here for my GTX 560M GPU name that shows on average 47 to 50 ° C in idle.
I reformatted, re-installed windows 7 64 pro and installed the drivers in nouveraux www.asus.com and then I found another website www.touslesdrivers.com or you can do a scan of drivers live and install the latest drivers that are left by the manufacturers. instllé I also nvidia beta driver /
Then I watched my GPU temperature by surfing the internet for 1 hour and I'm at 48 ° C each time with flares at 52 ° C.
As one member said here I think I have to return it for service as my G53SX is almost new (1 week utlisation).
I've heard in France on the asus forum there is a super cooler Cooler Master Strike Force SF 19 that really lower the temperature of 5 ° C.