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    GL552VW - over 90 Celsius CPU and 80 Celsius GPU

    hello there,

    i just bought Asus GL552VW, i7/16GB/960m 4GB version.
    today i run some games for the beginning and when i looked on CPU/GPU temperatures, the CPU got 91C and GPU 82C on maximum.
    the games i played are mostly on medium or high graphics, never on very high or ultra. the games are Diablo III, SWTOR, Mortal Kombat 9
    and the like. newer are Shadow of Mordor, Dragon Age Inquisition. even those 3-4 years old games are runing those temperatures that high.

    are those temperatures normal or should i fear some shutting downs and problems. will those temperatures go even higher
    after 2-3 hours of playing or will they just stay there and i should not have any fears??

    thx for help,
    Kyblik

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    CPU Overheating on GL552VW

    I also have problems with overheating on my GL552VW. Mine has the same specs as yours except mine has the 2 GB video card since I use it principally for work not gaming. I only seem to have a problem with one of the four cores. My 0th (i.e. first) core maxes out at 95 C and thermal throttles under load. The vendor I bought it from does not acknowledge this as a problem. The middle two cores run at about 82-83 C and the last core in the 70s. But as I am limited by the hottest running core, I have had no choice but to cripple the processor somewhat by running the processor power state below 100% in Windows power options. This effectively turns off Intel Turbo Boost. I take about a 14% hit in computational speed, but it drops my temps about 15 C. So far it seems to be the only way to prevent overheating under full load.

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    so, i installed other program what do temperatures, SeedFan and in that program the procesor temps are 15C less then in Core Temp, which is strange. SpeedFan also measures temperatures of GPU and hard drives, those are the same as in GPU-Z and CrystalDIskInfo. so im assuming that Core Temp is maybe worng because this program even dont recognize name/type/model of the procesor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyblik View Post
    so, i installed other program what do temperatures, SeedFan and in that program the procesor temps are 15C less then in Core Temp, which is strange. SpeedFan also measures temperatures of GPU and hard drives, those are the same as in GPU-Z and CrystalDIskInfo. so im assuming that Core Temp is maybe worng because this program even dont recognize name/type/model of the procesor.



    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...124#post622124

    Fixed by latest bios 3.0

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