Max cpu/gpu temp for a gp63 leopard?

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  1. Tmansdc

    Tmansdc Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi I just got a gp63 laptop yesterday (i7 8750h, gtx 1070, 16gb ddr4 2666, 128gb ssd, 1tb hdd) and I've been on it for a bit. I've been testing some games and I've got two questions.

    1. For about an hour total the gpu has been in the mid 80s and cpu in the mid 90s. Im just curious. Can that damage it? Could it already have caused some damage?

    2. I've got dragon center set at sport, fans on auto, gpu is optimal power in nvidia control panel. Is that fine? If not is there a program I can use that'll automatically throttle once the cpu and gpu hit a user desired temperature?
    Also I have the laptop on a kootek 5 fan cooling pad with all fans on at max.

    What are the optimal settings for everything? I'd like to get all the performance I can but not the heat above a certain temperature.

    I have not under volted/clocked or over volted/clocked in case it would have voided the warranty. Sorry about how in depth my question is chalk it up to a combination of wanting to take care of an expensive laptop and paranoia about its performance lol.

    Please though I want to get as much out of it as I can.
     
  2. Arrrrbol

    Arrrrbol Notebook Evangelist

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    Undervolting won't void your warranty, so you should give it a try. Go down in 5-10mv steps and run stability tests with something like Cinebench to check its still stable.

    I've not seen many components fail due to high temps, but it may reduce the lifespan if you keep them high for several years. Saying that though, I have an old Dell laptop which ran for several thousand hours at 90-98 degrees, and the CPU still works fine in that. The main advantage of lower temps though is that you will get less throttling and more performance.
     
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    Tmansdc Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yeah I read that 90c should be the max for a cpu and 80c the max for a gpu.


    Yeah one hour and I flipped out lol silly me I should know that especially a high end mobile cpu wouldn't be that susceptible.
     
  4. Gursimran82956

    Gursimran82956 Notebook Consultant

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    @Tmansdc you should undervolt it and set the fans for cooler booster for intensive things.
    And release the power limiter on for the 8750H
    You can find everything about it in gp63's owners lounge.
    Mine's temps go for about
    Cpu- max it'd go is about 70-75°C°C when doing very intensive tasks (ambient 20°C) and about 78-83°C for(ambient 26°C)
    Gpu- never gone above 70(ambient 25≈26°C) and now it is about ≈65°C(ambient 20°C)
     
  5. Tmansdc

    Tmansdc Notebook Enthusiast

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    Wow. Even with cooler booster on I get 35 degrees Celsius at ambient/idle.


    Also I've got the core and cache undervolt at -.160 and the igpu and system agent at -.050 through throttle stop.
     
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    Gursimran82956 Notebook Consultant

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    I've got core and cpu cache at
    -0.1953
    Gpu at -.0996
    System agent at -0.0977
    Analog i/o at -0.0840
     
  7. DymOK

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    This temperatures aren't dangerous.
     
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