My Nitro AN715-51becomes very hot in just 30 minutes into gaming. CPU at 95°C and GPU at 85°C.
The metal part between keyboard and screen is very hot, I could not put my finger on it more than 5 second, it felt burning. The heat when pressing the WASD key is also distracting when playing.
The fans are also very loud to the point it is too distracting to play anymore.
I stop playing in just 1 hour fearing the laptop might broke.
It is my first gaming laptop, I know they usually become hot when we play games but this too much.
My question are, can I just keep playing (bear with the heat and fan noises)? Do the components will be okay in long term use?
I know there are options to undervolt and use cooling pad. But if I have to resort to those, then this laptop is not really a good laptop, not worth buying in the first place. Cooling pad makes the laptop less portable. Undervolting is commonly used to gain performance not to desperately reduce temperature, and it does not help anyway in my case.
I play Total War: Three Kingdoms & Witcher 3 on it.
I use MSI afterburner to undervolt.