Acer Nitro 5 AN515-55 Cpu temp spikes

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  1. Ciupakabra

    Ciupakabra Newbie

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    I recently got myself the 2020 acer nitro 5, and i am concerned about its cpu temperature spiking to 95° C , whilst playing World Of Tanks at ultra graphics, ive experienced severe fps drops few times too, normally it runs at 130-150 fps, but i had it drop down to like 30 for few secs than it went back up again. Should i do something about this? Is this damaging my cpu?

    Intel Core i7-10750H

    Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti (Mobile)

    Hynix HMA81GS6DJR8N-XN 2x8GB RAM

    WDC PC SN530 SDBPNPZ-512G-1014 512GB SSD

    I am also adding a screenshot of my nitrosense temperature graph, that temp was reached after playing only 1 game of WoT, than i changed the maximum processor state to 99% so it wouldnt overclock, and the temperatures went down significantly with only taking away 15-20 fps, but it feels not right to not use the full potential of the pc, is there any way i could reduce the temp without losing the devices performance?

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  2. Ed. Yang

    Ed. Yang Notebook Evangelist

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    The main culprit goes to the GPU. Which due to heat pipe linking to CPU, together with the heat generated by CPU, contributes to the high and rise of temperature.
     
  3. Ciupakabra

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    So this is normal right? Should i just ignore those crucial fps drops in heavy games? I just feel like thats damaging my cpu if the cpu has to drop its power to cool itself pretty often.
     
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    Be it AMD or Intel, nVidia or Radeon, when computing units reaching certain heights on temperature, thermal throttle kicks in affecting performance.
     
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