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Master Po
04-12-2014, 09:26 PM
35747

It's maximum is while playing Battlefield 4.
While after I quit Battlefield 4, the temperature is 55 to 59.

arkejn
04-12-2014, 09:35 PM
If it's temperature during stress so yeah, it's normal, if it was idle temp, so probably you should repaste it, you know, it's notebook, it has bigger tj max and stress temps than PC CPUs

Master Po
04-12-2014, 09:53 PM
What about this?

While I was playing Battlefield 4:

http://gpuz.techpowerup.com/14/04/12/e84.png

(By the way, CPU is idle while having 58-60 temperature.)

often
04-12-2014, 10:07 PM
Nope, that's too hot. It needs to be disassembled, a proper cleaning of the fans from under the palmrest, then change thermal paste on both CPU and GPU. Those temperatures will decrease your motherboards lifespan drastically. Find yourself an Asus certified repair center to do the job.

Master Po
04-12-2014, 10:12 PM
Nope, that's too hot. It needs to be disassembled, a proper cleaning of the fans from under the palmrest, then change thermal paste on both CPU and GPU. Those temperatures will decrease your motherboards lifespan drastically. Find yourself an Asus certified repair center to do the job.
I've done the normal cleaning of the fans all the time. But to do paste? I don't know anything about that.

I have 5-6 months left on my warranty. But I'm afraid my motherboard or whatever is damaged already? But is that my fault? Because every games that used to run well, run much slower, even World of Warcraft.

often
04-12-2014, 10:42 PM
What you're able to clean from down under the laptop is basically just one side of the fan filter.
Inside your laptop there will be a large gathering of dust on the mainboard, the other side of the fan filter and also inside your exhaust system. Your GPU is getting so hot that it automatically downclocks itself, it's a function called "throttling". In other words, it needs service and if I were you I wouldn't play any more games on it until it had been properly cleaned. If you don't mind me asking; where do you live? Do you know any Asus certified repair centers nearby?

Master Po
04-12-2014, 10:48 PM
What you're able to clean from down under the laptop is basically just one side of the fan filter.
Inside your laptop there will be a large gathering of dust on the mainboard, the other side of the fan filter and also inside your exhaust system. Your GPU is getting so hot that it automatically downclocks itself, it's a function called "throttling". In other words, it needs service and if I were you I wouldn't play any more games on it until it had been properly cleaned. If you don't mind me asking; where do you live? Do you know any Asus certified repair centers nearby?

Norway. I don't know.

often
04-12-2014, 11:09 PM
I'll PM you.

Edit: Your private messaging function is disabled, only administrators are allowed to PM you.

Djask
04-16-2014, 04:25 AM
Looks like I've been living dangerously. 100 degrees on the CPU with Prime95, 82 max for the GPU. Time to repaste quick :)

arkejn
04-16-2014, 09:35 AM
Woah, yeah 100 degrees is only 5 degrees from tj max, you almost fried your CPU :D