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    Exclamation HIGH G751JY-DH71 GPU/CPU Temps

    Hi, Guys!
    Got my G751JY-DH71 for 4 months already.
    I am playing World of Warcraft WoD, and Witcher 3, nvidia suggested settings.
    In both I get GPPU 84-87 degrees Celcium, CPU 63-79 degrees Celcium.
    It is a problem...
    What should I do?
    Bios - 207
    Nvidia drivers - latest
    No OC
    HELP!!!! PLEASE!!!!

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    Laptop (Model)G751JY-DH71
    MotherboardASUS SABERTOOTH X58
    Processori7 950 @ 3.07 GHz
    Memory (part number)G.SKILL F3-12800CL9-4GBRL
    Graphics Card #1EVGA GTX 770 SuperClocked 4GB
    Sound CardCreative Sound Blaster ZxR
    MonitorASUS VG278H
    Storage #1Corsair Neutron GTX SSD 240 GB
    Storage #2Western Digital Caviar Blue 640 GB
    CPU CoolerZALMAN CNPS9900MAX-R
    CaseCooler Master HAF X
    Keyboard Razer BlackWidow
    Mouse Razer DeathAdder Chroma
    Headset Sennheiser G4ME ZERO
    OS Windows 8.1 Pro
    Network RouterASUS RT-AC87U
    Accessory #1 Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920

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    Hey QValkyrie.

    From what I've gathered here on the forums the CPU and GPU are able to safely withstand those temperatures. Have they been fairly consistent since the first instance you monitored them (assuming this isn't the first time you're observing them now)?

    If it's a major concern to you and you don't want to void your warranty, then I suppose you could make an RMA request for reapplication of thermal paste and cleaning out the laptop to optimize airflow. Although, I've been seeing nightmare stories here about RMA requests when laptops would come back in worse condition, so that may not be a course of action many would advise you to follow.

    If you don't feel like entertaining the idea of going through the RMA process or voiding your warranty by opening the laptop for self-maintenance with thermal paste reapplication and cleaning, there isn't much more to suggest outside of taking a can of compressed air to your heatsinks with very brief bursts so as to avoid over-revving the fans inside.

    Perhaps more creative users on here may have an idea for you.

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    Those temperatures are fine. Your CPU is right where it should be...but your GPU temps are higher than usual. In other G751s you'd see the CPU work at temps higher than that of the GPU. Maybe they didn't do a very good thermal paste job on the GPU. What Space Paste suggested is the best course of action. If you have a local computer business that does warranty work for ASUS, give them a call.

    By the way, it's spelled "Celsius".

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