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    Default Re: DV-6 3140 is this heat too much or normal

    Dear Flipfire, yes we are in the same office,so the laptop can handle 85C ?? is it safe, sorry but comparing to the desktops it huge temps

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    Default Re: DV-6 3140 is this heat too much or normal

    Quote Originally Posted by sscoolg View Post
    Dear Flipfire, yes we are in the same office,so the laptop can handle 85C ?? is it safe, sorry but comparing to the desktops it huge temps
    Yeah. That's still a whole 20C below the overheating level.
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    Default Re: DV-6 3140 is this heat too much or normal

    guys i did something reduced the heat a lot i modified the power profile of the processor in the power plan and let it 99 % instead of 100% and now that prevent the processor to us the turbo boost mode and it stays at 2.5 I/O 2.8
    and the temp is now MAX 77C

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    Default Re: DV-6 3140 is this heat too much or normal

    Quote Originally Posted by sscoolg View Post
    guys i did something reduced the heat a lot i modified the power profile of the processor in the power plan and let it 99 % instead of 100% and now that prevent the processor to us the turbo boost mode and it stays at 2.5 I/O 2.8
    and the temp is now MAX 77C
    Well, that's good to hear. However, I don't think that would work for everyone. For example, I play mostly Source games and the CPU is important for those. If I have my power profile set to "Power Saver" while playing Left 4 Dead 2, the framerate drops to below 20FPS when things get especially hectic, while on "HP Recommended" or "High Performance" the lowest I've seen is a random drop to 25 with it almost never going below 38. My point is, you might be better off letting the CPU temps get a bit high in some situations where CPU performance counts.
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