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Windows 7: High Idle GPU Temp. causing palm rest to become too warm?!

16 Jan 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
High Idle GPU Temp. causing palm rest to become too warm?!

Good evening everyone,

After I used a System Image to restore my laptop, I think I am feeling my right palm rest area of my laptop to feel warmer than what I can recall from before the System Image.

The right side of my laptop is where my SSD is located and since I have a SSD instead of a HDD, it shouldn't feel warmer...

My fan also is quite hearable now...I think it has to do with my GPU Temp? It is always around mid-40Cs when it is on idle...

What other options might be causing the fan to keep spinning and the right side of the palm rest to be warmer? My GPU load is around 1%...And does my GPU Temp rise even more when I am charging the battery? I just charging the battery and it is up to 51C idle!!

I do not think there is a build up of dust or other things where the vent it, I baby my laptop and keep it in pristine condition :P

Thanks in advance!

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