are my gaming laptop cpu/gpu temperatures too hot?

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i recently bought a new laptop Hp omen 15 ce501tx, i was wondering if my temperatures are normal, here are the specs
- CPU: intel i7 7700HQ @2.8ghz turbo 3.8ghz
- GPU: Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050ti 4gb vram
- RAM 16GB DDR4
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CPU Termperature analysis:
-- IDLE: 40-50°C
-- BROWSING: 45-60°C (depends how much tabs i open, right now i have 4 tabs open on google chrome and @ 55°C
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-- CSGO (ultra settings): ~70°C
-- GTA V (Very High settings): ~85°C
-- Rocket League (Very High settings) ~70°C
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GPU Temperature analysis:
-- CSGO: (same settings) ~60°C
-- GTA V (same settings) ~70°C
-- Rocket League (same settings) ~60°C
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I was kinda shocked when i saw my afterburner stats for gta, hence why i am asking for advice on here...
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I asked my friend about whether my temperatures were ok, he said they were fine..and stated that if i have an i7 core my max temperature could go to 105°C, and my gpu would be best stay under 90°C. Is this true? Will there be any negative affects on my laptop if i keep the temperatures above^^^, as they are? It would be great if someone could help!
 

RandomGuy42

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The temperature "limit" for 105°C isn't necessarily true. It's just a recommended guideline for what to try to keep your laptop temperatures under, as prolonged use at those temperatures could damage something. With your turbo on a naturally-hot core i7-7700HQ, (edit: do you have the turbo enabled?) you definitely will see higher temperatures.

In short, your computer isn't running "too hot-" Just make sure that you don't run it at past 100°C constantly for long periods of time.

If you really are worried about the temperatures, however, you can always get a laptop fan like this one: https://www.amazon.com/Temperature-Auto-Temp-Detection-2600-5000RPM-Nintendo/dp/B01NACVLWM/ref=sr_1_6?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1523196707&sr=1-6&keywords=laptop+fan

I recently purchased that exact cooler for my aging Lenovo B590 (I know, it's sad) and it cools very quickly, down from ~80°C to ~50°C (under max load, playing PUBG). I would highly recommend it. If you did get this fan, I would suggest putting it on your laptop's left fan (looking from the front). This is where the CPU "exhaust" goes, so this would definitely cool down your CPU.



TL;DR: Your laptop isn't extremely hot, just try not to run it over 100°C for too long. The laptop cooler above ↑ should help cool it down, id you really are worried about the temperatures.


Hope this helps,


RandomGuy42




 

RandomGuy42

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Jan 1, 2017
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The temperature "limit" for 105°C isn't necessarily true. It's just a recommended guideline for what to try to keep your laptop temperatures under, as prolonged use at those temperatures could damage something. With your turbo on a naturally-hot core i7-7700HQ, (edit: do you have the turbo enabled?) you definitely will see higher temperatures.

In short, your computer isn't running "too hot-" Just make sure that you don't run it at past 100°C constantly for long periods of time.

If you really are worried about the temperatures, however, you can always get a laptop fan like this one: https://www.amazon.com/Temperature-Auto-Temp-Detection-2600-5000RPM-Nintendo/dp/B01NACVLWM/ref=sr_1_6?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1523196707&sr=1-6&keywords=laptop+fan

I recently purchased that exact cooler for my aging Lenovo B590 (I know, it's sad) and it cools very quickly, down from ~80°C to ~50°C (under max load, playing PUBG). I would highly recommend it. If you did get this fan, I would suggest putting it on your laptop's left fan (looking from the front). This is where the CPU "exhaust" goes, so this would definitely cool down your CPU.



TL;DR: Your laptop isn't extremely hot, just try not to run it over 100°C for too long. The laptop cooler above ↑ should help cool it down, id you really are worried about the temperatures.


Hope this helps,


RandomGuy42




 
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