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  1. #11
    Rog Freak Array ll_r1d0_ll PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)Asus G73sw
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    that is really weird that the asus g752 is pushing 90+ cpu temperature even with 20-30 ambient temperature
    Last edited by ll_r1d0_ll; 07-18-2016 at 07:01 PM.

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    It's not weird, it's just a garbage laptop. My CPU on my G752VT heats to 99 Celsius when I play games and I live in MINNESOTA. I have burned myself on the wood desk where my laptop was sitting.

    This cooler SUCKS! or their thermal paste job

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    Oh... I see a lot of people have same or very similar problem. So, I have sort of "normal" temperature for my G752, as I see.

    Very bad work for this money, ASUS. Very bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guyfawkes View Post
    Oh... I see a lot of people have same or very similar problem. So, I have sort of "normal" temperature for my G752, as I see.

    Very bad work for this money, ASUS. Very bad.
    Yeah... asus support unfortunately told me this temperature is normal for this processor, so RMA will do me no good. They probably wouldn't even repaste it, and the cooler is so "advanced" I don't want to ruin my warranty/risk opening it up. I almost pray that my cpu burns to a crisp at like 10 months so I can RMA and hopefully they'll admit to/realize their mistake by then and send me a whole new laptop with a different type or cooler.

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    Rog Freak Array ll_r1d0_ll PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)Asus G73sw
    MotherboardAsusTek Computer Inc.
    Processori7 2630m 2.0
    Memory (part number)10gb 1333 Kingston 4-4-2-0
    Graphics Card #1Nvidia Gtx 460m 1Gb 128bit
    Monitor1600x900 17'3
    Storage #1500gb Seagate 7200rpm
    Storage #2640gb WD 5400rpm
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    lol my asus g73sw's max temps of cpu are 70-80 xD seems like the cpu is having hard time pushing maximum power xD

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    It's very interesting for everyone in this thread

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    That is strange. I have the G752VY, and after 3/4 hours of bf4 in ultra and 1080p my cpu was only 50ºC and the gpu 55ºC, very cold. My enviroment temperature is about 25ºC

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    your temperature is very strange, too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simao View Post
    That is strange. I have the G752VY, and after 3/4 hours of bf4 in ultra and 1080p my cpu was only 50ºC and the gpu 55ºC, very cold. My enviroment temperature is about 25ºC

    quite unbelievable

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    about temperature? is it 70 C with power supply plugged in?

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