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    Angry G752VT high temperature

    Hi, it's me again. In ASUS service center I received my laptop after reapair with new stock cooling system. And - LOL - it's still about 100 C in games like BF 4. So, as I see, it's sort of normal operating temperature on load. As I read, a lot of users in this forum have the same issue, but another say it's about 80 C in games. It's very, very strange.

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    I am sorry, G752VT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by guyfawkes View Post
    I am sorry, G752VT!
    Mine has spiked as high as 100 deg before any thermal throttling took place. But that was on my lap.
    Normally it spikes upto around 93 deg c but only momentarily and it does not thermally throttle.

    Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk

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    The CPU of my G752VY never goes beyond 84ºC with The Witcher 3 and Assassin's Creed: Syndicate (and the GPU tops at 73º).

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    It's nice temperature, what is your temperature in idle mode (after windows boot)? Mine is about 40-45º C

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    There are a few options you can take to lower the operating temperatures.

    You can try undervolting your CPU. I have my G752VT running on a -140 mV undervolt, and it is perfectly fine and stable with a significant drop in temperatures from stock voltage.

    You can limit your processor to 99% which will limit the CPU clock to ~2.5GHz and, again, drop the temperature significantly, but also with a drop in performance(I have seen a 4-10fps drop in CPU-bound tests in 3D Mark when testing).

    You can add an external laptop cooler. I use one from time to time for some games, and I have seen a 4-8 degree Celsius drop in temps in some games like Mechwarrior Online, which tend to make my laptop run pretty hot. Most of the time it doesn't really do much, just a degree or two difference. I had it as a leftover from a previous laptop.

    And finally you can drop the temperature of your room. Maybe kick that AC down a few degrees and hope it helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guyfawkes View Post
    It's nice temperature, what is your temperature in idle mode (after windows boot)? Mine is about 40-45º C
    Pretty similar.

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    I have a R752VM model. Iddle I have 43-48 degrees and in games (not very consuming ones) it stays around 75.

    If I could ask you guys: Which gaming center version are you using? I have the 1.0.12.

    Also by default the Turbo gear is on extreme configuration. Is it possible to change it with along with the profiles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ancients View Post
    There are a few options you can take to lower the operating temperatures.

    You can try undervolting your CPU. I have my G752VT running on a -140 mV undervolt, and it is perfectly fine and stable with a significant drop in temperatures from stock voltage.

    You can limit your processor to 99% which will limit the CPU clock to ~2.5GHz and, again, drop the temperature significantly, but also with a drop in performance(I have seen a 4-10fps drop in CPU-bound tests in 3D Mark when testing).

    You can add an external laptop cooler. I use one from time to time for some games, and I have seen a 4-8 degree Celsius drop in temps in some games like Mechwarrior Online, which tend to make my laptop run pretty hot. Most of the time it doesn't really do much, just a degree or two difference. I had it as a leftover from a previous laptop.

    And finally you can drop the temperature of your room. Maybe kick that AC down a few degrees and hope it helps.
    I have one question, why vendor (ASUS) didn't do this? I am just simple user of device.

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