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BL_11
03-07-2017, 02:39 PM
My Asus G752VY FPS drop while i was playing and then when i check my temp it was 77 Celsius. But after that the temperature go down and then fps is normal again.

xeromist
03-07-2017, 08:06 PM
When temps go up the CPU and/or GPU with throttle themselves to prevent overheating. This is normal. It's best to have it on a flat surface with cool air coming into the vents if possible. Also if you smoke or live in a dusty environment that can cause buildup but it takes a while for that to happen normally.

JustinThyme
03-08-2017, 04:23 AM
Where are you getting temps from?
77C is getting warmed up but should not be to the point of throttling.
Like xeromist said Keep her on a flat hard surface, not on your lap and especially not the forbidden zone of in a bed or sofa etc. They don't get a lot of airflow as it is and non flat non hard surfaces chokes it up even more. Smoke and dust will crud up your heat sinks and make them less effective and often to the point of just flat out useless. Once every 3 months all of my machines get a good blow down with a regulated air compressor with a dryer on it. For laptops I remove the service cover and back blow them. Sometimes its amazing to see how much crud comes out in just a matter of a few months in a relatively clean environment.

Bahz
03-08-2017, 04:39 AM
Great advice from Justin, it's exactly what you need to do to avoid dust build up which in the long term will lead to overheating.

BL_11
03-08-2017, 03:36 PM
Where are you getting temps from?
77C is getting warmed up but should not be to the point of throttling.
Like xeromist said Keep her on a flat hard surface, not on your lap and especially not the forbidden zone of in a bed or sofa etc. They don't get a lot of airflow as it is and non flat non hard surfaces chokes it up even more. Smoke and dust will crud up your heat sinks and make them less effective and often to the point of just flat out useless. Once every 3 months all of my machines get a good blow down with a regulated air compressor with a dryer on it. For laptops I remove the service cover and back blow them. Sometimes its amazing to see how much crud comes out in just a matter of a few months in a relatively clean environment.

please show me how I can do it on a laptop, I can remove the service cover but I don't understand what you meant by back blow.

Julskey
03-08-2017, 04:14 PM
"Backblow" as per my opinion is to blow compressed air through the rear vents to remove dust build-up from the intake side of the heatsink fins. Sort of a backflush.

JustinThyme
03-08-2017, 04:24 PM
"Backblow" as per my opinion is to blow compressed air through the rear vents to remove dust build-up from the intake side of the heatsink fins. Sort of a backflush.


Exactly, just remove the service cover from the bottom so you have a place for the dust and crud to get out then blow the air backwards through the heatsinks so the air is going in reverse of normal operation. In very simply laymans terms, blow it into the rear vents from the outside. Its also best to have the machine up on its side so the open service area is unobstructed. I generally just have it open as if it were in use and flip it up sideways like greeting card. If you keep up with it and do it every 3 months or so at the most you will save the inevitable of having to disassemble it for cleaning a few years down the road when it gets really gunked up from lack of maintenance. I do the same on my desktops, especially the radiators in the water cooling loops. If I leave it go I have to pull the radiators and soak them to get the crud out.