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Is it fine to continue using high temp cpu? Predator G9 593

As i see a lot of topic meet issue about high cpu ( 85-97 cc) when playing game (Gpu is so good around 60-65cc) but i saw you guys could solve with repaste it. the problem is that i cant do it by my self and in my country, Thailand, i can’t call on-site service to repaste my predator.
I just want to asked if it fine to continue using this laptop with high temp (to make sure that would not break or get damage in future) or shall i find the way to repaste new silicone?

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  • FlxFlx Member Posts: 466 Seasoned Practitioner

    As long as your laptop isn't shutting down from heat you are okay, I believe 100c is the absolute maximum you want to go so you're definitely getting up there. If repasting isn't an option I would look into undervolting your cpu, I used Intel Extreme Tuning Utility to bump CPU voltage down and I haven't seen CPU go above 80c with heavy long term gaming. I used -0.100 undervolt but every chip is different so you might have to experiment a little. You might not see equal results but it should help bring temps down.

  • DragonbumberDragonbumber Member Posts: 4
    If i undervolt cpu, will it make fps drop when playing game?
  • FlxFlx Member Posts: 466 Seasoned Practitioner

    Dragonbumber wrote:
    If i undervolt cpu, will it make fps drop when playing game?

    No not at all. FPS stayed exactly the same for me

  • DragonbumberDragonbumber Member Posts: 4
    thank you so much, i will try this evening <3
  • FlxFlx Member Posts: 466 Seasoned Practitioner

    No problem, hope it helps you out!

  • Judge_Dredd_3DJudge_Dredd_3D Member Posts: 12

    Tinkerer

    Replace the thermal paste with Liquid Metal usning the following videos.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVEpuZNWLxw

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZWTuRdtbJ4

     

    Your temps will drop on average of 5-10 dregrees.

     

    Run the Under Volting to help with the temps too.

     

  • ven98ven98 ACE Posts: 4,074 Pathfinder

    I suggest you to repaste using MX-4 or thermal grizzly kryonaut, as liquid metal is very hard or impossible to be removed from the heatsink.

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