MSI GT63 I7 8750H GTX 1080 CPU 95C GPU 85C WTF

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  1. psoutrage

    psoutrage Notebook Enthusiast

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    OMFG how do I get these temps down there is no way im gonna chance burning out the cpu\gpu this model costed me a lot of money.. please help I tried undervolting -0.140 and the pc locked up and rebooted how do I fix this!!!!
     
  2. senso

    senso Notebook Deity

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    Every system is different, not all CPU's will undervolt to -140mV, and if its running so hot, start by replacing the thermal paste, the laptop might be new, but its new old stock, so the thermal paste will be already 1-2 years old, even not being used it might be all dried up, so you should really replace it.
     
  3. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    Apply the setting gradually until you find the sweet spot, since you've started with -0.140 then increase the voltage by adding 10mV each time.
     
  4. NeXt3R

    NeXt3R Notebook Geek

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    sorry but this normal ,,ppowerful hw in thin nb ??
    but still use powerlimit and get overheat :D bad cooling
    or use loadline is good or avx offset ,,under load get lower temp
     
  5. ryzeki

    ryzeki Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    I recommend you repaste your laptop and then test undervolting. These CPUs run quite hot, and if the factory paste job is not good, you will easily see those temps. The GPU temp is fine if that is under load while gaming.
     
  6. Purehazard

    Purehazard Notebook Evangelist

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    I agree with the others here that have suggested repasting the CPU and GPU. I have an MSI GE72MVR that I repasted with MX-4 and both the CPU and GPU dropped 10 to 15C under load.
     
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