P5000 Mobile Fire Strike Results

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  1. stoptriproll

    stoptriproll Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi,

    Big thanks to @mirage_bg for helping me get this upgrade complete!

    Today I was able to test my P5000, here are the results, everything is stock no OC currently. For my hardware specs, check my signature below.
    If you have any ideas/further test you want me to do, please reply and i will look into it.

    The results are attached.

    Here's a link for the more detailed results: https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/61926135?
     

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    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    Seems similar to a 1070 Max-Q. Also you should probably improve cooling, average temp of 85C is quite high.
     
  3. JRE84

    JRE84 Notebook Virtuoso

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    in laptops that are unlike your 3 in thick unportable laptop 85c is perfectly fine....Iv'e had like 40 laptops and all of them the cpu and or gpu was in the 80s
     
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    stoptriproll Notebook Enthusiast

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    This is brand new paste and pads though
    What would be the best way to get cooler temps? Is it worth it?
     
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    yrekabakery Notebook Virtuoso

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    Average of 85C in a short test with breaks like Fire Strike is really high. It means max temp was most likely at thermal throttle temp (91C on Pascal). My average in FS is 54C with my GPU overclocked, and I max out at about 78C in games.

    Aside from general recommendations like using good thermal paste and elevating the laptop, I can't give specific advice for your particular model. Maybe other 8770W owners can chime in.
     
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    Okay, i put on some good thermal pads and paste when i upgraded. Ill look into cooling options, right now its idle at 45C. Is that good?
     
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    I misread....yeah 85c is pretty high for a 5 min run....I meant after like say an hour
     
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    85C is insanely high for just a FS run. You will reach TJmax easily after 15min of intensive GPU game or task and the GPU will shut down to prevent damage. But it would get damage in any way if you keep using it this way as the other element will run even hotter than the die.
    How thick are your thermal pads and which elements have you covered? Which thermal compound have you used?
     
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    Pads are 1.5mm thick and the paste is Arctic MX-5
     
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    Most probably you would need liquid metal even with four heatpipes config
     
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