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why does my laptop goes up to 95 celsius degrees

Gabi2315Gabi2315 Posts: 1Member New User
is it normal for my laptop to go this hot when i'm playing destiny 2, rainbowsix siege,etc i mean it shouldn't go this hot for these games maybe like 80-85 but not like max 95 here's a photo:
  http://prntscr.com/lrotgj

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  • Jack22Jack22 Posts: 549
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    @Gabi2315

    Predator and Nitro products are engineered to withstand higher operating temperatures than traditional notebooks. These systems include features that help with cooling and heat dispersion. The CPU and GPU are designed to handle temperature spikes in excess of 98 degrees Celsius without causing damage to the components. It is common for PC temperatures to spike temporarily during heavy gaming or graphic usage. If the system encounters excessive temperatures that could damage the hardware, it will automatically shut down to protect the components from becoming damaged.

    The following symptoms may be indicators of a system that is overheating and requires repair:

    1. System shut downs due to high temperatures.
    2. System components reaching temperatures that are too hot to touch.
    3. Extended periods of operation where the temperature is greater than 98 degrees Celsius. 
    Click on 'Yes' if the comment answers your question!

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  • Jack22Jack22 Posts: 549Ally
    Accepted Answer
    @Gabi2315

    Predator and Nitro products are engineered to withstand higher operating temperatures than traditional notebooks. These systems include features that help with cooling and heat dispersion. The CPU and GPU are designed to handle temperature spikes in excess of 98 degrees Celsius without causing damage to the components. It is common for PC temperatures to spike temporarily during heavy gaming or graphic usage. If the system encounters excessive temperatures that could damage the hardware, it will automatically shut down to protect the components from becoming damaged.

    The following symptoms may be indicators of a system that is overheating and requires repair:

    1. System shut downs due to high temperatures.
    2. System components reaching temperatures that are too hot to touch.
    3. Extended periods of operation where the temperature is greater than 98 degrees Celsius. 
    Click on 'Yes' if the comment answers your question!
  • xapimxapim Posts: 361Member Seasoned Practitioner
    edited December 7
    Gabi2315 said:
    is it normal for my laptop to go this hot when i'm playing destiny 2, rainbowsix siege,etc i mean it shouldn't go this hot for these games maybe like 80-85 but not like max 95 here's a photo:
      http://prntscr.com/lrotgj

    Predator helios 300 1060 6gb i7 gen 7 user

    You will loose performance if the temps go over 85 you will get cpu throttling there are ways to lower the temps by optimizing windows and undervolt and last resort and the one i did when i first got mine was repaste but if you have security seals you can't you will loose your warranty it all depends on the resellers/country and i don't recommend it to someone who had never done it before it's not that it's hard but it has to be done properly



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  • GodnesSGodnesS Posts: 14Member

    Tinkerer

    I seem to have the same issue only my temp are permanently on 95-97 CPU and 90-96 GPU, even after getting a fan cooled underplate for the pc
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