View Full Version : G750JW high core temps?

01-25-2014, 11:19 PM
I am using Core Temp to determine the temperatures.
I usually get around 50-73 Celsius whenever I just browse the web and/or game at the same time.

Is this normal? If so, what's the max temperature that I should look out for (I'm afraid of overheating)?


01-26-2014, 02:39 AM
When did u buy that thing?

01-26-2014, 05:59 AM
I bought the laptop late 2012 i think (bad memory).
It's the bestbuy version.

01-26-2014, 05:36 PM
the laptop was released mid 2013...

your problem is dust ... like in any other "temps to high"- Thread ... next time search before u post ....

and about your laptop ... send it to asus ,... they ll fix that

01-29-2014, 03:46 AM
mine is 40 normal to 75 gaming.
more than about 85C would be bad.
my previous acer aspire would easily get to 95C gaming but still lasted for 5 years (its still ok, my daughter has it)

search in these threads anyway for cleaning as its not easy with these laptops.

02-08-2014, 01:27 AM
Wait for the laptop to cool down (60 mins after shutdown), then you can use can air to clean the exits. This laptop can reach 90-100 C and still be ok. Most Tjmax are above 100. Nevertheless, the design of it should keep you below 80C. Make sure that the fan exit is far away from the wall (at least 10 inches). Also, the intake is from under the laptop, so must be on hard surface.
I also have the bestbuy version. It came out July of 2013. If you bought before, you don't have the G750JW :p

BTW, those temps are normal.

02-10-2014, 03:53 PM
Hello, I have a similar problem. The highest temp among all the temps is the core temp - 50 deg C on idle. Going up to 95 C on Intel burn test. The processor goes as well to 90+ C with Intel burn test. Stock thermal compound. Model G750JW-BBI7N05 from Best Buy, bought on 2/1/2014.
Are those temps normal or I should return this unit and aim for another unit same model?

02-10-2014, 05:41 PM
Weird, maybe the G750JH has a better cooling : with +100MHz overclock (with Intel XTU), I get 73 C on Cinebench, 75 on XTU CPU stress, and 78 on XTU mem stress (5mn).

A good test is also Windows Defender (even if this sounds curious) : launch a whole C: scan, for example. For me (with a Liteonid SSD), temps went to 71 C. (scanned 506000 files, lasted 10 mn or so)

I think no game will ever "stress" the CPU that far in real life....

02-10-2014, 11:17 PM
Might have a crack at the thermal paste later but they do seem to cook when doing anything significant.
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