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    Exclamation ROG Strix g531gt Overheating!

    My ROG g531gt has been overheating since past 3-4 months, I've given my Laptop to ASUS Care Center several times but they seem to just clean up and repaste but it does not have any impact on thermal performance.

    my CPU temp is going 90+ degrees on just 2.6ghz and GPU is doing fine going max at 80 degrees C

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    Unhappy Same Overheating issue

    This same issue has been happening to me too. When I play games I manually change the settings of the fan GPU and CPU max not Turbo but max. Usually, even when I m doing browsing still my laptop gets heated up to 90 degrees celsius.

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    I have a Asus ROG G751JT and I made some minor changes to the power options in Windows 10. Click on "change power plan settings". Then click on "change advance power settings". Find "Processor Power Management". Then find "Maximum Processor State". Change "Plugged In" to either 98% or 99%. Add a laptop cooler which helps keep temperatures down. On my system, without a laptop cooler, my temps will run 90+ degrees C playing Far Cry 3 or Far Cry 4 with max settings. With the cooler, the temperatures are 75 degrees C. For gaming, I never run the laptop on battery only since it will last only 30 minutes or less. Here is the laptop cooler that I have: https://www.amazon.com/HV-F2056-15-6.../dp/B00NNMB3KS

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    It's not unusual for the GPU to get up to 90 degree especially if you live in warmer climate. If that is the case, ramp up the fans or lower the ambient temperature.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bp970 View Post
    This same issue has been happening to me too. When I play games I manually change the settings of the fan GPU and CPU max not Turbo but max. Usually, even when I m doing browsing still my laptop gets heated up to 90 degrees celsius.

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    Laptop (Model)2022 Asus Strix Scar G733ZX - DS94
    MotherboardN/A
    ProcessorIntel 12th Gen 12900H
    Memory (part number)Crucial 2 x 16-gig DDR5 4800Mhz
    Graphics Card #1Intel Iris {R} Xe Graphics
    Graphics Card #2Nividia RTX 3080 Ti 16g VRam DDR6
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    Sound CardRealTek Audio
    Monitor17.3 2650 x 1440 IPS WQHD 240Hz
    Storage #11-TB Samsung 980 Pro Pcie-4 Nvme M.2 SSD
    Storage #21-TB Samsung 980 Pro Pcie-4 Nvme M.2 SSD
    CPU CoolerN/A
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    Power Supply280 Watt Adapter
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    Headset Astro A-40
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    Headset/Speakers Samsung HW-Q950A Dolby Atmos
    OS Win 11 Pro
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    Get this cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by Daman431 View Post
    My ROG g531gt has been overheating since past 3-4 months, I've given my Laptop to ASUS Care Center several times but they seem to just clean up and repaste but it does not have any impact on thermal performance.

    my CPU temp is going 90+ degrees on just 2.6ghz and GPU is doing fine going max at 80 degrees C
    This is absolutely amazing cooler that I guarantee will drop your temps at least 15-20 degrees. I use it with my 2022 17" Strix Scar that has a i9 12900H, RTX 3080Ti and this cooler allows me to game with settings on Extreme/Ultra @ 2560 X 1440 for hours & hours. Its the best investment for any laptop.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09FJ84L5N...m?ie=UTF8&th=1

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