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    Asus G56JR lags and FPS drops during gaming

    Firstly I want to appologize for my english. Now the problem is when I run Dota2 or Warcraft 3 or any else game, I have lag for 3-5 seconds once at few intervals of minutes... My fps will go to 10-15 from 60 Can u help me guys or I need service for this problem? Btw, I have all drivers and CPU temp in Dota2 is ~80 but it's very hot in my country.

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    anyone help me?

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    Are you plugged in? All gaming laptops need to be mains powered to get max performance or they will try to load balance performance : battery life.

    80C is fine, don't worry. Mobile CPUs Tmax is over 90.

    Is WC3/DOTA2 waiting for server - are you playing on wireless? Does it do the same via wired connection?

    Run GPU Tweak and a CPU hardware monitor and record the GPU/CPU load. If you are seeing the GPU/CPU MHz drop when the load is 100% then you are temperature throttling and it's an issue. If not, you have other reasons.

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    Most likely it's throttling

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    Remove Power4Gear and return to default all settings in Windows Power Options / Manager - I don't know how it is exactly called in english, because I use system with polish language.

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