Generally safe temp for i7 9750h (laptop)

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  1. kiteman112000

    kiteman112000 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I can only undervolt my Sager laptop with the 9750h to 125mv. I actually haven't tried in between, but I know 150mv crashes. But when I run Modern Warfare it gets to 85c, and I have a laptop cooling pad. I know 100 is the max temp, but what are regular/good operating temps for this chip? Thanks.
     
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    Thats the usual temperature.
    Repasting might get it running in the 80ºC ball park.
     
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    jotm Notebook Evangelist

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    If it stays under 90 degrees Celcius, it's all good. Been the same since Core 2.

    If you ask HP, Dell, and Apple, the operating temperature is 98 degrees :D
     
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    the intel extreme utility tool shows the "package" maxed at 81 while i was gaming for an hour. but hwinfo shows "package" as maxing out at 87c during the same time.

    which one should i trust?
     
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    To me always “safe” operating temp is under 80C, Optimal under 70C, danger zone over 80C
     
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    That’s funny. I developed my paradigm around PlayStation 3 temperatures so I leaned to always keep temperature below 70 because above can cause flexing or die degradation and 80 for sure kills them with major board flexing and damage to GPU die. With laptops it’s even more dangerous due to battery living inside the same housing and they are very sensitive to heat. It’s not coincidence all these “ultra books” have developed puffy batteries after a couple years of usage
     
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    This is todays gamingbooks. Designed as Ticking bombs. My laptops haven't this problem. Neither my Alienware 17 from 2013.

    0 to 100% within 10 minutes:D

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    Alienware 15 R4 Swollen Battery / Battery Bulge / Danger of Explosion
     
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    Yes because Dell makes the batteries and no other company has had expanding battery issues... :rolleyes:
     
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