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  1. aznxwill

    aznxwill Notebook Consultant

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    Played The Division 2 for 3 hours. Those are some nice PCH temps. Noticed no negative effects while playing under those PCH temps, so I guess it's fine.

    CPU + GPU temps seem very fine for a "mid-size" laptop.
     
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    Those temps are on the high side of things.
     
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    Ill play some more div 2 today and check mine, Bear in mind i Have 17. I think maybe getting pad in there with a small sink might be ok.
     
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    Have 17 what?
     
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    I read previously some members on either the 15 inch or 17 inch see high temperatures like 90's. I'm hoping the temperature sensor is off by +20 at this point. The temps in the screenshots was when I used the laptop + X-stand + gaming in Division 2.
     
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    PCH temps will go up with i/o basically so disk benchmarks and the like will place it under the highest load.
     
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    Anyone want to give us a hand uving the gpu?
     
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    Bring a slightly lower voltage up to where your 3d clock settles at, then move down another step if that works in games and keep going until it does not, then back off a couple of steps for stability.
     
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    Not going to lie was hoping someone figured it out before I did haha!

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