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ukiyapaul
12-31-2015, 04:58 AM
My new Asus G752VT's temperature so far is okay only thing I noticed thats not really mentioned in reviews that I see is that the processor goes up to 86 degrees celsius average 75-83. Is that normal I do not think I use more than 80% of my processors usage. My Gpu a GTX 970m goes up to 72 but average is 65-69. Idle tems for CPU is 43-45 and GPU 45. For reference I saw that in reviews CPU temp is around 73 max during CPU benchmark test. I would assume that the CPU Benchmark test would use 99-100% cpu usage and would get hot because of it.

Jlieu
12-31-2015, 05:58 AM
Its normal, It depends on your surrounding room temperature also. No worry.

ukiyapaul
12-31-2015, 08:23 AM
Its normal, It depends on your surrounding room temperature also. No worry.

Thanks, I was really worried there since I mostly game now on this laptop. I just thought of something that I needed to ask. I want to use the 2x PCIE slots available and only need one for the Samsung 950 Pro as my boot drive. Since I still have one free can I somehow use it with another storage device that doesnt have to be really fast. I was thinking a Samsung 850 m.2 but I do not believe its compatible. Any information as to what other m.2 storage I can use with it besides the SM951 and 950 Pro?

oliverrr
12-31-2015, 12:39 PM
What apps / games are you on when your CPU usage goes to 80%? That's weird.. Gaming should not be consuming so much CPU resources.

ukiyapaul
12-31-2015, 03:18 PM
What apps / games are you on when your CPU usage goes to 80%? That's weird.. Gaming should not be consuming so much CPU resources.

only Gas Guzzlers go up to 80% according to msi afterburner, highest right now is 87 degress celcius. other games use 15-48% of the cpu.

Clintlgm
12-31-2015, 07:16 PM
I think I would be concerned GPU is only 65C and CPU 80+ C sounds very much like the pasting on your CPU is not good, and will only get worse with time if your in Return for replacement window you might want to do that. You should at least run a CPU intensive benchmark I use Burn In test but there must be some free ones out there. I'm thinking if you push your CPU to 100% it going to get a lot hotter.

ukiyapaul
01-01-2016, 03:37 AM
I think I would be concerned GPU is only 65C and CPU 80+ C sounds very much like the pasting on your CPU is not good, and will only get worse with time if your in Return for replacement window you might want to do that. You should at least run a CPU intensive benchmark I use Burn In test but there must be some free ones out there. I'm thinking if you push your CPU to 100% it going to get a lot hotter.

Yes, thats what I was thinking too. Will find some way to fully test the laptop as I do not think I can return it. But it should still be covered by asus global warranty i think.

Sniffy
01-01-2016, 12:31 PM
It actually sounds very normal. G751 here and my GPU stays around mid 60s while CPU gets much hotter. Intel chips have been like this for a while now, don't sweat it.

navis995
01-01-2016, 01:05 PM
CPU will reach 80C on heavy loads no matter the paste you're using. That goes for pretty much all mobile i7 4xxx series. As for the GPU that one too can reach up to 80C (5C +/-).

ukiyapaul
01-02-2016, 04:42 AM
I did some video encoding using handbreak and processor temp went up to 87 degrees C 73-86 C average, but according to task manager my processor usage is between 73-100% and clock speed is 3.06-3.08Ghz. Is that normal? I though its supposed to go turbo at 3.5Ghz. Asus program says Processor is at 3100Mhz and never went up to 3500Mhz.

Sniffy
01-02-2016, 06:17 AM
Very normal mate. 3500MHz is only for a short time when a single core is in use. Those temps are quite decent too. Stop worrying and enjoy :)

daddylongleg
07-19-2016, 12:25 PM
See, I have concerns similar to the OP. My idle is around 40 degrees Celsius for the package, but my temps get up to 99 Celsius while playing games. After an hour or two of gaming, the thick wood, commercial cubicle, I sit at could burn someone if they touched it. ASUS support told me these temps are normal. Really???? Isnt that some special cooler on this thing? Seems like a POS cooler to me. I want to RMA it, but afraid that asus wont take the RMA and reapply thermal paste or whatever the issue seems to be, and instead I'll just end up paying for shipping and being without my laptop for weeks or even months. No way is this normal though. Looks like I wont be buying an ASUS laptop again.

fixxi.net
10-07-2017, 05:01 PM
On a g752VT has anyone tried repasting just the CPU ? Are the two heatsinks for CPU and GPU removable independently ?

Spirery1
10-08-2017, 11:19 AM
Just sent my g752vy for RMA for the same thing cpu temps going mad when gaming 8-10c hotter on cpu then gpu all the time when gaming 90c+mines 6 weeks old .If u have warranty RMA it