My S1 reached 95 ºC!

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  1. Calzon_V_

    Calzon_V_ Notebook Consultant

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    I was playing medieval 2 total war and it went to 95ºC this is way to hot right?

    Normally, it only reach 80ºC, is this temperature safe?

    Thanks!
     
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    Thats what I call cooking on Gas.
     
  3. ejl

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    it's definitely on the high range.....i would consider cleaning out your fans or undervolting your processor....i am assuming that was the processor temp?
     
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    Yes I already cleaned it, and yes it was my CPU.
    I use notebookhardwarecontrol on dynamic switching
     
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    Similar to the problem I had. Mine used to just shut off when it went above 92 degrees. I say I 'had' the problem because it doesnt overheat anymore. Im not sure what exactly the problem was. I had dust cleaned and Undervolted to 1.200V and it still overheated. Then it randomly stopped happening. Maybe it was the outside temperature or something :S
     
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    Calzon_V_ Notebook Consultant

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    Mmmm well, anyway I think 80ºC is way too hot...... I think i'll buy a cooler pad
     
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    Willsclvi Notebook Guru

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    What program did you use to read the temperature?
     
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    I use NotebookHardwareControl
     
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    not sure this will help but for me when playing i try to level up the front laptop with any thing so more air can come,., it work perfictly for me hope it will with u ,,,,
     
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