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  1. awsan

    awsan Notebook Consultant

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    Welcome to the **** show that is GE75 :D, Joke aside I don't understand what MSI is trying to do with the GE75 and I am tired from trying to figure it out.
     
  2. IvanPetrov

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    Did you see similar temperature and power values somewhere else?
     
  3. awsan

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    Not in a Y540, not in a Y740 and not in a strix laptop
     
  4. MrBeer

    MrBeer Notebook Enthusiast

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    I have the ge63 with a 2070 I have liquid metal on my CPU and thermal grizzly on my GPU the best temperatures that I can get as battlefield 5 as 81-83 on a CPU and GPU is 78 to 80 this is running 3.9 all core.
     
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    Μy gpu never go more than 72c rtx 2080.dont know why u have that big temps all.and.i push to overwatch 250 frames to 1080p and 160 to 1440p.only that game push my gpu to 72c all the other games around 70c
     
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    If they are using bf5 it will get hot that is what I use the benchmark. All other games CPU only get to 75 to 78 and GPU only has to 74 to 78 even lower in some cases.
     
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    try 3.9 and see what your temps are.
     
  9. greninga

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    With stock rams cpu 3,9ghz at bf5 max temp 78 -80c and gpu 68. But my bottom cover its custom.

    With gskill rams its different story.u cant compare
     
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    I use g skill Ram and use liquid metal but I don't know what that temperatures were before is they were 95 + 96 + before I put the ram in and liquid metal. Overall when you use liquid metal it seems that you can push the system all the way to 3.9 and get low 80,s. That's what I get on a ge63 anyway. If you want to play battlefield 5 other game seems to be a lot lower.
     
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