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    Quote Originally Posted by Weirdoutworld View Post
    whoever said to make the maximum & minimum processor state 99% instead of 100% is MY HERO!!! 92° in GTAV is now 78° with about 5 fps lost! SO HAPPY NOW!!!
    i think you need a service...i've never had over 83C with my G752VT...i tortured both cpu and gpu over 2hrs and cpu was never over 83C and gpu was never over 75C...ofcourse, not throttle issue occured.

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    what is your frequency while playing? Lot of people reporting same issue with high temperatures

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    Quote Originally Posted by theVatansever View Post
    i think you need a service...i've never had over 83C with my G752VT...i tortured both cpu and gpu over 2hrs and cpu was never over 83C and gpu was never over 75C...ofcourse, not throttle issue occured.
    theVatanserver - can you give max CPU temps when playing any of these games? GTAV, Witcher 3 or Project cars? CPU runs fine on most games. including Doom, ROTR but those 3 games would always push my CPU temps to 95+ before I turned off turbo. I'm quite happy now though but just curious if most of us who are reporting very high temps are just very unlucky to get lemon laptops or if there are other factors involved.

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    I got a G752VL- I have never hit over 66C while gaming on CPU - GPU never hits past 62C

    I repasted mine_ I truly believe that you guys need to do a fresh thermal paste job; it'll fix the problem.

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    but this void the warranty

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    If you're worried about the warranty, then heat it to death and send it back in when it croaks. They should replace for heat damage; at least, they did with my experience years ago. Just make sure to uninstall any stress testing programs, as that'll fall under improper use.

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    asus really dont give a **** about their quality. my last laptop of these guys

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    I bought the G752VS and the Voltage ASUS sets fot the CPU is ridiculous. Mine came with 1.34V for the i7-6820HK. Stock Intel voltage is around 1.25 or somthing like that.
    As soon as I tried a game like witcher 3, Temperatures went to 97ºC+... And it throttled. It doesnt make sense. A single run of 3dmark would produce 90ºC+ on the CPU.

    But its actually easy to fix. I just use ThrottleStop and my voltage with 3.8Ghz OC and -100mV underclock below stock gets tempratures after hours gaming in witcher 3 never upwards of 85ºC. (usually between 75-80ºC)
    I guess everyone with a G752 should use this. The difference is enourmous. It doesnt make sense to have this class of CPU and cripple it to 2.6/2.7GHz without turbo.

    If anyone wants my definitions just say so. I'll skip repasting as long as my temps are this controled. My GPU sits between 70-75ºC!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apoapsis View Post
    If you're worried about the warranty, then heat it to death and send it back in when it croaks. They should replace for heat damage; at least, they did with my experience years ago. Just make sure to uninstall any stress testing programs, as that'll fall under improper use.
    Unfortunately I live in a country where the word "warranty" doesn't really mean anything. Replacement is only valid for the first 7 days of use. 8th day onwards and they will take the machine for - and I'm not kidding here - at least 3 months before actually checking it so you as the customer will regret ever sending it in for repair.
    This is based on actual experience. They will say it will take 1-2 weeks to ship the machine to the "service center" because of course they cant repair it in the city where I live. Then another 3-4 weeks waiting for parts to be ordered from outside the country.
    Honestly this has been my dream laptop ever since I first saw it in person but after paying twice the market price ($2000 for a VT thanks to import taxes and other bullsh!t) I've had doubts and thought it might've been better to buy an MSI...
    Then again I saw what the MSI looked like and its not as sexy as the G752.

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