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Eretaia
01-25-2014, 10:50 PM
Hello everyone.

I have recently bought G750JX and I've got some doubts about CPU temperature. When doing some heavier 3d rendering (in 3ds Max and Vray), the CPU temperature usually reaches around 88C / 190F. Would this be considered normal?

Pitcher@asus
01-27-2014, 06:19 AM
when you temp is 88, laptop is normal? if yes, i think it is ok, becasue you play heav game, the temp is get high.

Eretaia
01-27-2014, 11:00 AM
Yes, it's normal. It doesn't even get hot when you touch it and you can hear fans more and more as the temperature is increasing. It only gets this hot when rendering which happens at 100% CPU usage... so I guess it's fine, no? I was browsing other topics about max temperatures on G750 and some people mentioned it never gets past 80C for them even when they're playing the heaviest of games, so that's what gets me confused.

Thank you for reply!

Darnassus
01-27-2014, 12:05 PM
Yes, it's normal. It doesn't even get hot when you touch it and you can hear fans more and more as the temperature is increasing. It only gets this hot when rendering which happens at 100% CPU usage... so I guess it's fine, no? I was browsing other topics about max temperatures on G750 and some people mentioned it never gets past 80C for them even when they're playing the heaviest of games, so that's what gets me confused.

Thank you for reply!

You may need a repaste if your CPU is getting hot. Though it's not getting over 90 which is okay.

Before you go for a repaste..

What's your room temperature?

What is your laptop sitting on?

Have you ever been convicted of taking the cookie, from the cookie jar?

How long have you owned the unit?

Mine never exceeds 75. I've been waiting to ever see it reach 80, on a 36*C day weather.

Eretaia
01-27-2014, 01:41 PM
You may need a repaste if your CPU is getting hot. Though it's not getting over 90 which is okay.

Before you go for a repaste..

What's your room temperature?

What is your laptop sitting on?

Have you ever been convicted of taking the cookie, from the cookie jar?

How long have you owned the unit?

Mine never exceeds 75. I've been waiting to ever see it reach 80, on a 36*C day weather.

The laptop is brand-new, I got it 4 days ago. No way it'd need a repaste in this condition. Or so I hope, haha. Anyway, the room temperature is 24C max and I'm always keeping it on a clean flat surface. When idle or doing simple things like browsing the web, the temperatures go from 36C to 44C. Heck, even when doing some really complex high-poly modelling in 3ds Max, the temperature rarely goes over 44C. It's only 3d rendering that makes it jump extremely. Of course, it's logical that it'd get a lot hotter, I just don't know if this hot is actually considered normal for a laptop with a thermal system like this.

I think I'm just being paranoid, haha.

Phoeny
01-27-2014, 02:48 PM
88C does not seem Normal to me ... i have 80C @ full load ... other members have 70C .... but with the JH model which has the bigger heatsinks ...

Darnassus
01-27-2014, 03:12 PM
The laptop is brand-new, I got it 4 days ago. No way it'd need a repaste in this condition. Or so I hope, haha. Anyway, the room temperature is 24C max and I'm always keeping it on a clean flat surface. When idle or doing simple things like browsing the web, the temperatures go from 36C to 44C. Heck, even when doing some really complex high-poly modelling in 3ds Max, the temperature rarely goes over 44C. It's only 3d rendering that makes it jump extremely. Of course, it's logical that it'd get a lot hotter, I just don't know if this hot is actually considered normal for a laptop with a thermal system like this.

I think I'm just being paranoid, haha.

Funny how mine is usually at 45-50*C when idle Also my motherboard seems to be the hottest object when under load and my graphics the lowest.

Maybe I need to try some extreme 3D Rendering and try replicate it myself. I used the RealBench and my temperature only reached a max of 76*C. I guess your task must be much more heavy than the bencher.. I don't know.

You didn't tell us if you stole any cookies.. >:c

Still 88 doesn't sound right. But yes as long as it doesn't go above 90, really.. but that's my personal absolute dead-zone for my own 'Caring for my System' law.

Eretaia
01-27-2014, 08:46 PM
Funny how mine is usually at 45-50*C when idle Also my motherboard seems to be the hottest object when under load and my graphics the lowest.

Maybe I need to try some extreme 3D Rendering and try replicate it myself. I used the RealBench and my temperature only reached a max of 76*C. I guess your task must be much more heavy than the bencher.. I don't know.

Still 88 doesn't sound right. But yes as long as it doesn't go above 90, really.. but that's my personal absolute dead-zone for my own 'Caring for my System' law.


As far as I know, 3D rendering is near the top of the list when it comes to the biggest stress that you can put your system under and it's certainly more demanding than most games; unfortunately, I haven't tried any games yet on my JX to compare but I'm almost certain I wouldn't get temperatures this high. Anyway, I ran a 5-min render and this is what I got:

32916


You didn't tell us if you stole any cookies.. >:c

Shhh. :cool:

Darnassus
01-27-2014, 09:53 PM
Try a game like Crysis (the first), if you have much net speed, grab the demo and run on the first level for 10 mins to get a good read. I'll replicate.

Also try the realbench, one cycle. Note your temps for each cycle.


We might be getting a little too indepth. The chip is safe to take up to 100*C, mind you.

Eretaia
01-27-2014, 10:08 PM
Thanks for the advice. I'll report back. :)

aligator101
01-27-2014, 11:06 PM
I have similar problem:

on my 750jw

idle 63*C avg
loaded anything up to 99*C

is that normal ?

Phoeny
01-27-2014, 11:43 PM
no its not ....

send it in for rma

Nate152
01-28-2014, 12:16 AM
Try a game like Crysis (the first), if you have much net speed, grab the demo and run on the first level for 10 mins to get a good read. I'll replicate.

Also try the realbench, one cycle. Note your temps for each cycle.




We might be getting a little too indepth. The chip is safe to take up to 100*C, mind you.

This is not true, your cpu will not last long running at 100c. 80c is the maximum temperature you want to be seeing at any given time for the longevity of your cpu.

Eretaia
01-30-2014, 12:47 PM
Guys, I've got another question. In the last two days, my GPU temp is 50c when idle. I can't tell if the GPU fan on the right side is actually doing anything because I don't feel the air being blown out but the area around it is kind of hot. When I first got the laptop which was 10 days ago, the GPU temp was +/-36 when idle and I never noticed the GPU fan blow the air out, probably because temps were low to begin with, and the area around it was cold. Am I seeing normal behavior here or something seems wrong?

aligator101
01-30-2014, 05:27 PM
hey, I just realised that no fan is working on the left side. Do you know which fan is that ? Right one is working fully. I think thats the reason for overheating..

Eretaia
01-31-2014, 10:04 AM
hey, I just realised that no fan is working on the left side. Do you know which fan is that ? Right one is working fully. I think thats the reason for overheating..

Are you sure it's actually not working? They tend to be really quiet unless they hit a high temperature when they start to blow air out aggressively. Facing the screen, the left on is the CPU fan.

VW_StrWrs
01-31-2014, 10:30 AM
Quick question, what do you guys use to monitor your temperatures? Any good freeware you guys recommend?

aligator101
01-31-2014, 09:05 PM
Are you sure it's actually not working? They tend to be really quiet unless they hit a high temperature when they start to blow air out aggressively. Facing the screen, the left on is the CPU fan.

thanks the cpu is actually running 90-99 so i guess thats the reason

Maxter
02-08-2014, 01:22 AM
make sure you have a solid 10 inches between the back fan exits and the wall while gaming...

raket_queen
06-04-2014, 05:32 PM
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I believe 70~80 degrees is normal specially when playing graphic intensive games.
mine reaching up to 86 and its not constant, so I think its ok.

dblkk
06-04-2014, 09:30 PM
Gaming wise, yes those temps would be higher than normal. For rendering, its far better than mine are. That's to be expected though. Rendering uses 100% load including boost, and its not a synthetic 100% load like prime and such. I've had the jm series which reached 102c and throttled real bad while rendering. Swapped out for another same deal. Went through amazon instead of best buy next. Got a js model this time. First one gets to 99c-100c and sometimes throttles, not so bad or as bad as the jm was. New js model, cpu during prime/intel tuning gets 95-98c, dropped offset voltage -75 and run gpu fan full boar and get 90-93c. That's while rendering.

Difference between my js and your jx, is that your jx doesn't support intels integrated gpu, it relies wholely on the graphics card for pushing video. My graphcis card will run during games and programs if I set it, but its always using the integrated as well. We have come to believe a 10c difference between non integrated/non optimus enabled last years g750's and this years.

Seeing as how your under 90c, that's great. Yes it is warmer, but its full stress to the system. Gaming should be around 60-70c. Maybe a bit higher bepends on the game. But you wont see any throttling until you run 100c or higher. So you've still got room to spare. Also, better software would be hwinfo to run, and temps fluctuate, like 87 for a second then 89 then 84 ect ect. So sometimes temps shoot up high when you first start something, then the fans catch up and it drops. As long as its not bouncing around 100c there will be no negative effect.

You have a right to be paranoid. I have had 5 laptops now, and pretty much come to find out that it is what it is and that this thermal problem I thought I was having with this new series, isn't the individual laptops having a problem, its just the way these new ones run. Couldve saved myself a bunch of time, but im paranoid and if I spend $2000 on something I want ti to be 100%