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nirO
02-20-2013, 10:43 PM
so i`m playing heroes of newearth on max settings... and i see with HWiNFO64 that my GPU temp went too 73Cmax.. thats hot pretty hot... and the RPM`s for the GPU fan went up too 3422max also CPU went up too 62c max with a 2665 RPM`s

knowing the speed of fan`s can go up too 4200 RPM i wonder why they dont kick in to lower those temps

anyone can tel me something about this... is this even normal?

dstrakele
02-20-2013, 11:54 PM
Maximum fan speed for the G75/G55 models may be ~3400-3600 RPM, kicking in at ~65 C. See http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?29196-gpu-fan-ramp-up-to-max-with-low-temperature.

It's funny - the OP in that thread thought 3400 RPM at 65-68 C was too fast!

Feud
02-21-2013, 12:27 AM
73C isn't actually hot at all. Come back when it hits 100C lol.

mrwolf
02-21-2013, 01:02 AM
haha yea thats nuthin.. I play games fully overclocked and hit 77 sometimes when my heaters are on.. And thats only on specific highly demanding games eg. Planetside 2, crysis 3 or Guild Wars2..

As long as you are not hitting 80 on a regular basis its fine..

KiwiG75
02-21-2013, 02:19 AM
They should make the fan vents on the next model facing on a 45 degree angle upwards at the rear of the laptop. The theory is that the hot air, which is less dense than the cold air, will rise up as it leaves the laptop. Facing the vents upwards would aide the flow of air out of the vents and therefore make the cooling more efficient by allowing more air to pass through the system in a given time.

nirO
02-21-2013, 05:11 AM
Maximum fan speed for the G75/G55 models may be ~3400-3600 RPM, kicking in at ~65 C. See http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?29196-gpu-fan-ramp-up-to-max-with-low-temperature.

It's funny - the OP in that thread thought 3400 RPM at 65-68 C was too fast!

hmm saw u mentioned they can go up too 5200 RPM ... well not even in furmark test and i gets to 86C and i did not see fans go more then 4200 about...

dstrakele
02-21-2013, 07:34 AM
That was reported from a G73. Maybe you need to break 90-95 C to get over 5000 RPM.