Nitro 5 AN515-54 - High cpu temp

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  1. Satanello

    Satanello Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello, during gaming tests of my new laptop I've noted very high temp on cpu and gpu sensor (biggest problem is cpu) so i tried a first repaste (thermal grizzly Kryonaut) with mediocre results so I've ordered and repasted with IC 24 Carat for cpu/gpu, installed new Gelid thermal pad for cpu vrm and undervolted Gpu/Gpu/iGpu using Throttlestop and Afterburner (Cpu -0,130V; Cpu cache -0,130V; iGPU -0,095; GTX1660 Ti max voltage 0,725V.
    Here my results:

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    Hwinfo screen after 30 min Realbench stress test:
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    Hwinfo screen after 30 min of Guild Wars 2 (fps limit 60):

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    Hwinfo screen after 30 min of The Division 2 (fps unlimited)

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    What do you think a bout these results? I'm not satisfied but my biggest doubt is: Are these temp normal??
    All of these tests are made at about 21 Celsius but here during summer we can reach 28/30 Celsius ambient temp.......... will the laptop catch fire in summer?
    I can send the laptop back to the seller and get a refund by January 31st; I don't know what to do, these temperatures worry me a little.

    P.S: my exact config: Cpu i7 9750H, Gpu GTX 1660Ti, Ram 32Gb Kinston HyperX 2666; 2x500Gb raid 0 ssd
     
  2. seamon

    seamon Notebook Consultant

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    Those temps look very cold to me. Those are rookie temps. Overclock and pump those temps up
     
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    Agreed, these are perfectly fine.
     
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  4. Satanello

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    Thanks for your answers and Merry Christmas!
    I've also ordered and recejved a new spare original heatsink, a new back cover and I'm waiting to receive some copper slim heatsinks from China.
    I want to add some dissipating elements to the heat pipes to improve performance.
    If the results will be positive I'll open a dedicated thread!

    Inviato dal mio LYA-L29 utilizzando Tapatalk
     
  5. Deks

    Deks Notebook Prophet

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    Honestly, I think the above temps are perfectly fine.
    In fact, they ARE indeed quite cold, and I don't think you'll be able to improve upon those further.
     
  6. Satanello

    Satanello Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thanks also for your opinion but the 80/85 degrees Celsius that easily reaches during the game sessions with The Division 2 in June I think they will become at least 90/95 °!
    I hope to reduce them a bit because they do not seem so low and the noise of the fans at high temperatures becomes really very annoying.
    In my head the goal is a reduction of at least 5/10 degrees.
    Do you think it will be really so difficult?

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  7. senso

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    With only 3 heatpipes shared across the CPU and the GPU its most likely impossible to reach such low temps unless you use an AC under your laptop, try a cheapo basic notebook cooler, it will help you to lower temps a bit more, but given the heatsink design, its already running pretty cool TBH.
     
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