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    Asus GL553VE - CPU/GPU Temperatures while gaming/Throttling

    Hi Guys,

    I purchased Asus GL553VE laptop about a month back..I just wanted to know your temperatures while gaming..While playing games such as Mafia 3, Mass Effect Andromeda, my CPU and GPU temperature both reaches around 82-85 degrees Celsius after 10 minutes of playing. My ambient temperature are close to 35 degrees celsius.

    As its a new laptop, therefore i rule out the possibility of thermal paste, dust accumulation, heatsink problems, etc. Also, the airflow out of the heatsink also seems fine to me. I have tried lowering down my CPU processor state/frequency in power state to disable turbo boost, even then the CPU temperature reach around 82 degrees or so.

    Could you guys help me in knowing what temperatures do you get while playing similar games and if its normal?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid7886 View Post
    Hi Guys,

    I purchased Asus GL553VE laptop about a month back..I just wanted to know your temperatures while gaming..While playing games such as Mafia 3, Mass Effect Andromeda, my CPU and GPU temperature both reaches around 82-85 degrees Celsius after 10 minutes of playing. My ambient temperature are close to 35 degrees celsius.

    As its a new laptop, therefore i rule out the possibility of thermal paste, dust accumulation, heatsink problems, etc. Also, the airflow out of the heatsink also seems fine to me. I have tried lowering down my CPU processor state/frequency in power state to disable turbo boost, even then the CPU temperature reach around 82 degrees or so.

    Could you guys help me in knowing what temperatures do you get while playing similar games and if its normal?

    Thanks
    CPU shouldn't be throttling at 85. It's a toasty temperature for sure, but not uncommon in gaming laptops and still well within spec. And at 82 you really shouldn't be having problems with throttling.

    How are you measuring the throttling?

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    CPU/GPU temperature while gaming

    Hi Bran,

    I have Gtx 1050 ti in my laptop which starts to underclock automatically from 1747 Mhz to 1690 Mhz when GPU temperature reaches around 82 degrees or so..that's what i was referring to in terms of throttling..i know they lower the gpu clock to keep gpu safe but i was wondering if the gpu should also be reaching at such high temperature, considering its a new laptop

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid7886 View Post
    Hi Bran,

    I have Gtx 1050 ti in my laptop which starts to underclock automatically from 1747 Mhz to 1690 Mhz when GPU temperature reaches around 82 degrees or so..that's what i was referring to in terms of throttling..i know they lower the gpu clock to keep gpu safe but i was wondering if the gpu should also be reaching at such high temperature, considering its a new laptop

    Thanks*
    Gotcha. Sorry for some reason I thought you were only talking about the CPU.

    On the GPU Throttling:

    That's pretty normal for it to fluctuate between 1750ish and 1690ish. That's just the nature of the beast on these things. And the performance difference shouldn't even really be noticeable. Like 3-5 percent performance difference in the worst case scenario, and more likely 1-2 percent (if even that). So if you are encountering performance issues, I don't think that small of clock drop is to blame.

    On GPU Temps:

    82c is again on the warm side, but should still be within spec. If memory serves me right, the current gen Nvidia mobile chips are rated up to like 94c (someone feel free to correct me if I am wrong). Obviously cooler is always better, and a lot of people (myself included) like to keep my temps as low as possible. But my old G55VW has been running it's 660m at 84+ degrees C for the past 2 years without issue.

    If you are really worried about it I would either contact Asus support, or look up some ways to combat the thermals (more aggressive fan curves, or a laptop cooler are good places you could start). But yeah, in theory you should still be operating within spec on both the CPU and GPU.

    Also other people feel free to chip in if you disagree with me. The more input he has the better. XD

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    CPU/GPU temperatures while gaming

    That surely helps..thanks for the help mate!!*

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    Hi..Anyone else who would like to share his/her experience on their CPU/GPU temperatures while gaming with their *GL 553VD/VE laptops?

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    It sounds like your unit may be defective so it's probably better to contact technical support and arrange to send it back for RMA.

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    Hi Bahz..what cpu/gpu temperatures do you get on your laptop when playing games similar to mafia 3, mass effect andromeda, etc. Also please do mention your ambient temperature too..thanks

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    I don't have this sample on hand but if it's in the 80s (on the warmer side) while gaming is actually within range for this CPU and GPU, the laptop shutting down I'm afraid might be something else causing it like a possible issue with the power supply. I highly recommend that you contact our technical support and after discussing with them that they feel is an issue with the unit then you should send it back for RMA.

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    Hi Bahz..I found out the problem..its due to the motherboard heating up when manual fan boost is used from ROG gaming center..the motherboard reaches 95 degrees or so when manual fan boost is set to 80% from ROG Gaming center.. i guess that's the reason the laptop shuts down as a preventive measure from motherboard getting overheated.

    Let me know if you aware of any fan utility for setting up the fan speed other than ROG gaming center..i tried fanspeed, MSI afterburner, however, they do not work on my laptop because of locked BIOS or something.

    Cheers

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