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guyfawkes
07-17-2016, 11:04 AM
When I play BF4, my CPU temp is always over 86 C, and I even seen maximum is about 93-95 C. How can I to fix this?

In FC4 I also have temp over 80 C, but in range 80-90

JustinThyme
07-17-2016, 01:31 PM
Ive never seen the temp in My VY go past 75 when stressing the crap out of it trying to get it to overheat. The only real difference between the two machines is the GPU. The G752s generally run much cooler than the G751s and the only G751 that usually runs hot is the JY. What are your fans doing while all this is going on? Whats the ambient temp in the room?

Try downloading notebook fan controller, setting the proflie to ASUS ZEN cant remembet the exact model but its 32 something or another. There are only a few. This allows it to see both CPU and GPU. Anyhow once you have that up drag the sliders to the left aout of auto to 100% anf repeat your process and see what you get.
You don't have an over volted GPU or CPU do you?

guyfawkes
07-17-2016, 02:00 PM
No, I didn't overlock (overvolt) it. Fans is about 3-4K rpm all time. It's about 25 C in my room.

I seen that 80 C is normal under load. But 90...

JustinThyme
07-17-2016, 02:27 PM
90 is high, even 80 for a VY is pushing it.
Have you tried the notebook fan control with maxing out the fans?

guyfawkes
07-17-2016, 03:15 PM
No. I'll try it now. Another related question: my power supply is plugged in and top right corner of laptop is hot. Is this abnormal?

guyfawkes
07-17-2016, 03:31 PM
With 100% fans, its' 79-83 C

RuisuL12
07-17-2016, 10:19 PM
With 100% fans, its' 79-83 C


I too have this temp with G752VT with The Witcher 3 with the fans at full, and other games like Assassins Creed Syndicate and Far Cry 4. Without put it at full CPU temps get 90-96 C, and for the GPU max temp I've seen is 81 C.

gtan777x
07-18-2016, 02:07 AM
G752VT here. CPU gets to 100 C when playing Witcher 3. If I use the FN + PgUp to put fans to max RPM then it cools down to 90+ C. Normal temps when not gaming is at 45 C. Ambient temp here in PH is about 32 C

Compwxr
07-18-2016, 02:12 AM
Try to undervolt it a bit with XTU start with small steps until you find the sweet spot, something like +20mv above the voltage that gave instability.
Consider a repaste in the future :)

Googlegot
07-18-2016, 04:43 AM
Ive never seen the temp in My VY go past 75 when stressing the crap out of it trying to get it to overheat. The only real difference between the two machines is the GPU. The G752s generally run much cooler than the G751s and the only G751 that usually runs hot is the JY. What are your fans doing while all this is going on? Whats the ambient temp in the room?

Try downloading notebook fan controller, setting the proflie to ASUS ZEN cant remembet the exact model but its 32 something or another. There are only a few. This allows it to see both CPU and GPU. Anyhow once you have that up drag the sliders to the left aout of auto to 100% anf repeat your process and see what you get.
You don't have an over volted GPU or CPU do you?

The g752VY has a "vapor chamber" heatsink in it while all other models have a standard heatpipe cooler in them. This will cause a large temperature descrepency seen here. My g752vl runs at 95c when stressed with prime95 and occt for video. This is the high end of the normal range.

ll_r1d0_ll
07-18-2016, 06:12 PM
that is really weird that the asus g752 is pushing 90+ cpu temperature even with 20-30 ambient temperature

daddylongleg
07-19-2016, 12:45 PM
It's not weird, it's just a garbage laptop. My CPU on my G752VT heats to 99 Celsius when I play games and I live in MINNESOTA. I have burned myself on the wood desk where my laptop was sitting.

This cooler SUCKS! or their thermal paste job

guyfawkes
07-19-2016, 01:59 PM
Oh... I see a lot of people have same or very similar problem. So, I have sort of "normal" temperature for my G752, as I see.

Very bad work for this money, ASUS. Very bad.

daddylongleg
07-19-2016, 02:41 PM
Oh... I see a lot of people have same or very similar problem. So, I have sort of "normal" temperature for my G752, as I see.

Very bad work for this money, ASUS. Very bad.

Yeah... asus support unfortunately told me this temperature is normal for this processor, so RMA will do me no good. They probably wouldn't even repaste it, and the cooler is so "advanced" I don't want to ruin my warranty/risk opening it up. I almost pray that my cpu burns to a crisp at like 10 months so I can RMA and hopefully they'll admit to/realize their mistake by then and send me a whole new laptop with a different type or cooler.

ll_r1d0_ll
07-19-2016, 11:28 PM
lol my asus g73sw's max temps of cpu are 70-80 xD seems like the cpu is having hard time pushing maximum power xD

guyfawkes
07-22-2016, 12:07 PM
It's very interesting for everyone in this thread :)

Simao
07-22-2016, 11:38 PM
That is strange. I have the G752VY, and after 3/4 hours of bf4 in ultra and 1080p my cpu was only 50C and the gpu 55C, very cold. My enviroment temperature is about 25C

guyfawkes
07-23-2016, 12:59 PM
your temperature is very strange, too

theVatansever
07-27-2016, 11:49 AM
That is strange. I have the G752VY, and after 3/4 hours of bf4 in ultra and 1080p my cpu was only 50C and the gpu 55C, very cold. My enviroment temperature is about 25C


quite unbelievable

guyfawkes
08-07-2016, 11:13 PM
about temperature? is it 70 C with power supply plugged in?

warryabel
08-08-2016, 10:47 AM
someone use gamecenter to look temps? i think on my system gamecancer show false temps....the real temps are higher

guyfawkes
08-29-2016, 11:38 PM
what is the solution for this high temperatures? repaste in service center?

gtan777x
08-30-2016, 02:17 AM
what is the solution for this high temperatures? repaste in service center?

disable turbo boost... i know its kinda stupid to buy an i7 then disabling the turbo but this has been the only thing that has stopped my G752 from getting too hot playing games. It used to go 95C to 100C but now its at 80C. And there is no noticeable difference playing GTAV. I'm still running at 75fps most of the time.

guyfawkes
08-30-2016, 09:21 AM
how can I to disable it?

gtan777x
09-01-2016, 01:19 AM
The easiest would've been to turn it off in BIOS however ours don't have that option as our BIOS is locked. Then I tried with Intel XTU and Throttlestop but none of those seem to work or would work intermittently and only when XTU was used for benchmarking but in game it didn't apply the settings as they still get past 3.6Ghz and 31X multiplier.

Luckily I was messing around the control panel - go to power management - advanced power setting - processor power management - in the max processor state it should be default to 100% just turn it down to 99% and it will stop Turbo Boost. CPU sat at 2.4Ghz 25X multi.

So yeah. I'd rather limit it to 2.4Ghz and keep it cool at 80C than 3.6Ghz then reaching 100C. And I know some of you think this temp is crazy and I should re-paste or get it replaced outright but honestly Asus warranty and customer service in my country sucks so I just don't want the hassle. Its also really hot and I cant afford air conditioning. Not sure what the ambient temp is in the room but my car says the outdoor temp is 41C.

Ancients
09-01-2016, 08:23 AM
The easiest would've been to turn it off in BIOS however ours don't have that option as our BIOS is locked. Then I tried with Intel XTU and Throttlestop but none of those seem to work or would work intermittently and only when XTU was used for benchmarking but in game it didn't apply the settings as they still get past 3.6Ghz and 31X multiplier.

Luckily I was messing around the control panel - go to power management - advanced power setting - processor power management - in the max processor state it should be default to 100% just turn it down to 99% and it will stop Turbo Boost. CPU sat at 2.4Ghz 25X multi.

So yeah. I'd rather limit it to 2.4Ghz and keep it cool at 80C rather than 3.6Ghz then reaching 100C. And I know some of you think this temp is crazy and I should re-paste or get it replaced outright but honestly Asus warranty and customer service in my country sucks so I just don't want the hassle. Its also really hot and I cant afford air conditioning. Not sure what the ambient temp is in the room but my car says the outdoor temp is 41C.

I just tried this with setting the maximum processor rate to 95% and ran Firestrike and compared it to the normal setup. I lost 300 or so off of the score but only hit a max CPU temp of 80C when before I was hitting 90C or 91C on the CPU. I would definitely say it is a worthwhile trade.

Also, make sure your minimum processor rate isn't 100%. The first time I tried setting the maximum processor rate to 95% but the minimum was still set to 100%, so turbo boost was still active.

Thank you so much for putting this idea here!

guyfawkes
09-06-2016, 08:25 AM
With 99%, it never looks like to heat over 85 C, but what if we want turbo boost?

gtan777x
09-06-2016, 01:34 PM
If you want Turbo Boost you will have to turn it back to 100%. But temps will increase. I've been experimenting on decreasing the voltage by 160mv and dropping multipliers on the 6700hq
but its been a pain with only small marginal temp differences and when it turns turbo boost on those tweaks seem to disappear completely. If I can figure out how to maintain the undervolt and multiplier even with Turbo then it might work.

But for now turning Turbo Boost off completely has been the only safe / easy solution I've seen that has decreased gaming temps from 100c to 80c at max with barely noticeable performance drop.
As G752VT/VL lack have vapor chamber cooling don't expect to get the same temps like those with the VY, unless you live in a very cold place or have the luxury of air conditioning.

Bonus - if you want to maintain Turbo while gaming try to hit FN+PGUP as this will spool up the fans to max RPM. Expect a 5c to 10c temp drop and lot of noise... haha.

Weirdoutworld
09-08-2016, 01:00 AM
whoever said to make the maximum & minimum processor state 99% instead of 100% is MY HERO!!! 92 in GTAV is now 78 with about 5 fps lost! SO HAPPY NOW!!!

gtan777x
09-08-2016, 04:23 AM
whoever said to make the maximum & minimum processor state 99% instead of 100% is MY HERO!!! 92 in GTAV is now 78 with about 5 fps lost! SO HAPPY NOW!!!

You're welcome dude. But you can leave the Minimum processor state to the default and only lower the Max to 99% in plugged in state.

theVatansever
09-09-2016, 02:12 PM
whoever said to make the maximum & minimum processor state 99% instead of 100% is MY HERO!!! 92 in GTAV is now 78 with about 5 fps lost! SO HAPPY NOW!!!

i think you need a service...i've never had over 83C with my G752VT...i tortured both cpu and gpu over 2hrs and cpu was never over 83C and gpu was never over 75C...ofcourse, not throttle issue occured.

guyfawkes
09-10-2016, 11:54 PM
what is your frequency while playing? Lot of people reporting same issue with high temperatures

gtan777x
09-15-2016, 01:53 AM
i think you need a service...i've never had over 83C with my G752VT...i tortured both cpu and gpu over 2hrs and cpu was never over 83C and gpu was never over 75C...ofcourse, not throttle issue occured.

theVatanserver - can you give max CPU temps when playing any of these games? GTAV, Witcher 3 or Project cars? CPU runs fine on most games. including Doom, ROTR but those 3 games would always push my CPU temps to 95+ before I turned off turbo. I'm quite happy now though but just curious if most of us who are reporting very high temps are just very unlucky to get lemon laptops or if there are other factors involved.

httuner
09-15-2016, 04:09 AM
I got a G752VL- I have never hit over 66C while gaming on CPU - GPU never hits past 62C

I repasted mine_ I truly believe that you guys need to do a fresh thermal paste job; it'll fix the problem.

guyfawkes
09-17-2016, 06:34 PM
but this void the warranty

Apoapsis
09-18-2016, 09:20 PM
If you're worried about the warranty, then heat it to death and send it back in when it croaks. They should replace for heat damage; at least, they did with my experience years ago. Just make sure to uninstall any stress testing programs, as that'll fall under improper use.

guyfawkes
10-07-2016, 08:52 PM
asus really dont give a **** about their quality. my last laptop of these guys

miguel pereira
10-08-2016, 04:59 PM
I bought the G752VS and the Voltage ASUS sets fot the CPU is ridiculous. Mine came with 1.34V for the i7-6820HK. Stock Intel voltage is around 1.25 or somthing like that.
As soon as I tried a game like witcher 3, Temperatures went to 97C+... And it throttled. It doesnt make sense. A single run of 3dmark would produce 90C+ on the CPU.

But its actually easy to fix. I just use ThrottleStop and my voltage with 3.8Ghz OC and -100mV underclock below stock gets tempratures after hours gaming in witcher 3 never upwards of 85C. (usually between 75-80C)
I guess everyone with a G752 should use this. The difference is enourmous. It doesnt make sense to have this class of CPU and cripple it to 2.6/2.7GHz without turbo.

If anyone wants my definitions just say so. I'll skip repasting as long as my temps are this controled. My GPU sits between 70-75C!

gtan777x
10-20-2016, 07:23 AM
If you're worried about the warranty, then heat it to death and send it back in when it croaks. They should replace for heat damage; at least, they did with my experience years ago. Just make sure to uninstall any stress testing programs, as that'll fall under improper use.

Unfortunately I live in a country where the word "warranty" doesn't really mean anything. Replacement is only valid for the first 7 days of use. 8th day onwards and they will take the machine for - and I'm not kidding here - at least 3 months before actually checking it so you as the customer will regret ever sending it in for repair.
This is based on actual experience. They will say it will take 1-2 weeks to ship the machine to the "service center" because of course they cant repair it in the city where I live. Then another 3-4 weeks waiting for parts to be ordered from outside the country.
Honestly this has been my dream laptop ever since I first saw it in person but after paying twice the market price ($2000 for a VT thanks to import taxes and other bullsh!t) I've had doubts and thought it might've been better to buy an MSI...
Then again I saw what the MSI looked like and its not as sexy as the G752.